Police Arrested Seun Egbegbe and goes to court again over 419 case

Police Arrested Seun Egbegbe and goes to court again over 419 case

Police Arrested Seun Egbegbe and goes to court again over 419 case

Police re-arraigns Seun Egbegbe over fraud case for the third time, The film maker was re-arraigned alongside four other people tagged his accomplice among them is his elder brother.

Egbegbe in February defrauds some Bureau de Change operators in Gbagada after stealing iPhones in Ikeja in February 2016

The police, for the third time, have re-arraigned Seun Egbegbe for serial fraud cases.

Police Arrested Seun Egbegbe and goes to court again over 419 case

The film maker Olajide Kazeem who is popularly known as Seun Egbege, and his alleged accomplice, Oyekan Ayomide, were arraigned for alleged serial frauds involving N39, 098,100, $90,000 and £12,550.

They had earlier been arraigned on twice before Justice Oluremi Oguntoyinbo of the Federal High Court in Lagos on 40 counts.

Their re-arraignment for the third time on Monday, April 3, followed the amendment of the charges by the police as they introduced the names of three other persons, Lawal Kareem, Olalekan Yusuf and Muyideen Shoyombo, among them Egbegbe’s elder brother, as defendant in the case.

The defendants were accused of swindling no fewer than 30 Bureau De Change operators in Lagos of various sums both in local and foreign currencies between 2015 and 2017.

On February 2, 2017, Egbegbe and his accomplice fraudulently obtained the sums of N2.45m and £3,000 from one Alhaji Isa Adamu in Gbagada, Lagos under the guise that they wanted to see the naira and buy the pounds.

Among the other victims of the alleged frauds by Egbege were Mohammed Sanni, who was allegedly defrauded of N2.46m on 2017 New Year day;

Jubrila Ado, allegedly defrauded of N1.257m on September 9, 2016; Hassan Amodu, allegedly defrauded of N600,000 in January 2016;

Sanni Hassan, defrauded off N1.43 and £2,750 in August 2015;

Saidi Abdullahi, defrauded of N700,000 on April 18, 2016;

Atairu Abdullahi, defrauded of N1m on June 23, 2016; and Abdullahi Babadisa, defrauded of N650,000 in January 2016.

The police prosecutor, Mr. Innocent Anyigor, told the court that Egbegbe and the others acted contrary to Section 8 of the Advance Fee Fraud and Other Related Offences Act 2006 and were liable to be punished under Section 1(3) of the same.

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