Student Of LAUTECH Arraigned By EFCC On His Way To Cash ₦1 Billion

Lautech-Yahoo-Boy-ArrestedThe Economic And Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, On Wednesday, 13 March, 2013 Arraigned Akinluyi Akintunde (A.K.A Akin Cindy) Before Justice Bolaji Yusuf of the Oyo State High Court, sitting In Ibadan On A Two Count Charge Bordering On Obtaining Money By False Pretense And Possession Of Documents Containing False Pretense Contrary To Sections 6, 8(B) And 1 (3) Of The Advance Fee Fraud And Other Fraud Related Offenses Act No. 14 0f 2006.

Akintunde allegedly obtained the sum of $450.00 (Four Hundred and Fifty USD) from one Robert Jackson via Western Union Money Transfer and another $6,450,000.00 (Six million, Four Hundred and Forty UDS) through false documents. He pleaded not guilty to the charge. Count two of the charge reads: “Akinluyi Akintunde( a.k.a Akin Cindy) on or about the 12th October, 2011 at Ogbomosho within the jurisdiction of this Honourable Court with intent to defraud had in your possession documents containing false pretenses to an air travelling regulation purportedly issued by the Ministry of Aviation of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, a drug free certificate for the sum of $5,000,000.00 (Five Million United States Dollars) in favour of one Stan Wills Chevron Oil & Gas Company purportedly issued by the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, two revenue collector’s statement for the sum of $1,450,000.00( One Million, Four Hundred and Fifty Thousand United States Dollars) purportedly issued by the Federal Inland Revenue Service of Nigeria in favour of one Stanley Woodley and Stan Wils, three contract award certificates purportedly issued by Chevron Oil & Gas plc in favour of Frank David, Stanley Wils and Stanley Dreckley and draft e- mails. Continue reading

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COMIN SOON: An Afternoon with 419ers in Lagos

Police declare two wanted over wonder banks

https://i2.wp.com/www.businessdayonline.com/NG/images/stories/00scams.jpgThe Police in Lagos have declared two people wanted for conspiracy, fraud, obtaining money by false pretence and operating  illegal financial institution/wonder banks in Kachia town, Kaduna state.

Pastor Godswill  P. Yazonom and Engineer Philemon I. Gora were said to have conspired with others to run illegal fund managers who have been soliciting and receiving cash deposits from unsuspecting members of the public with promises of extra-ordinary high interests rates ranging from 100 – 150 per cent per month.

According to a statement on the Securities and Exchange (SEC) website, they operate in virtually all the local government areas of Kaduna state, but are more entrenched in Kachia, Kafanchan and Zaria.

The statement from the Police bulletin said so far, the suspects have defrauded members of the public of about N5 billion through their nefarious activities.

SOURCE: DAILY POST