BREAKING: EFCC arraigns ex-Kwara board chair, others for alleged fraud - DAMSINIER BLOG

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BREAKING: EFCC arraigns ex-Kwara board chair, others for alleged fraud

Economic  and Financial Crimes Commission ( EFCC) on Wednesday charged the quick past seat of the Kwara state Scholarship Board, Hajia Fatimah Yusuf under the watchful eye of the state High Court for supposed bursary misrepresentation.

Others are Fatai Lamidi and Stephen Ajewole.

The represent a mark against the litigants peruses: "That you, Fatimah Yusuf ( While being the Chairman, Kwara State Scholarship Board), Fatai Lamidi (While being the Executive Secretary Kwara State Scholarship Board) and Ajewole Stephen (while being the Accountant, Kwara State Scholarship Board) between the long stretches of November 2018 and May 2019, in Ilorin, inside the purview of this decent Court, while acting in that limit and depended with N50,000,000.00 ( fifty million naira) for the installment of 2018 bursary grants to 10,000 Students who are indigens of Kwara State, untrustworthily discarded #6,269,950 out of the above total infringing upon the heading of law endorsing the mode the trust is to be released, accordingly carried out criminal break of trust culpable under area 315 of a similar law.

"That you Fatimah Yusuf (While being the Chairman, Kwara State Scholarship Board) , Fatai Lamidi ( While being the Executive Secretary Kwara State Scholarship board) Ajewole Stephen ( While being the Accountant, Kwara State Scholarship board) between the long stretches of November 2018 and May 2019 in Ilorin, inside the locale of this noteworthy Court, while acting in that limit deceitfully utilized as veritable produced records of records titled ' List of 2018 bursary grant installment vouchers' which you knew to be manufactured and consequently dedicated an offense in opposition to area 366 of the reformatory code and culpable under segment 364 of a similar law."

Every one of the litigants argued not liable to the seven-count charge leveled as a detriment to them by the counter join body.

Indicting counsel, Blessing Akinsola said that "we have a seven-tally charge dated 21st of December 2019, we ask this respectable court to acknowledge the charge and enable it to be perused to every one of the litigants "

Insight to the litigants, Isau Saka and Y.O Ahmed didn't restrict the application yet encouraged the judge to concede them bail pending the consultation and assurance of the case.

Managing judge Sikiru Oyinloye conceded the litigants bail with N10 million with two sureties in like total.

He requested the litigants to present their movement reports to the Court.

He at that point suspended case till 26th of February 2020 for initiation of preliminary.

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