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EFCC arraigns Fatima Mohammed Suleiman for N150m fraud

EFCC arraigns woman for N150m fraud

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has arraigned Fatima Mohammed Suleiman and her firm: Jamila Multilink Logistics Services Limited for felony breach of belief to the tune of N150, 000,000 (One Hundred and Fifty Million Naira) solely.

She was arraigned on Monday, April 11, before Justice Samirah Umar Bature of the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, High Court sitting in Maitama Abuja, on one -count cost bordering on felony breach of belief and diversion of funds.

Suleiman, a director of Jamila Multilink Logistics Services Limited,  in regards to the twenty third October, 2020, in Abuja, allegedly transformed to private use, the sum of N100, 006,850.00 (One Hundred Million Naira, Six Thousand Eight Hundred and Fifty Naira) out of the sum of N150, 000,000 (One Hundred and Fifty Million Naira) solely given to her by Bello Yusuf Malumfashi for buy of United States {Dollars}.

The cost read: “That you simply, Fatima Mohammed Suleiman whereas being a director of Jamila Multilink Logistics Services Limited and Jamila Multilink Logistics Services Limited on or concerning the twenty third October, 2020, in Abuja, throughout the jurisdiction of the High Court docket of the Federal Capital Territory whereas being entrusted with sure property to wit: the sum of N150,000,000.00 (One Hundred and Fifty Million Naira) solely transferred to Jamila Multilink Logistics Providers Restricted Checking account No. 5600530457 domiciled with Fidelity Bank Plc. By Mr Bello Yusuf Malumfashi for buy of United States {Dollars}, dedicated Legal Breach of Belief in respect of the mentioned property while you dishonestly transformed the sum of N100, 006,850.00 (One Hundred Million Naira, Six Thousand Eight Hundred and Fifty Naira) thereof to your individual use, thereby dedicated an offence opposite to Part 311 of the Panel Code Act Cap 532 Legal guidelines of the Federation of Nigeria, (Abuja) 2004 and punishable below Part 312 of the identical Act.

The defendant pleaded not responsible when the charge was read to her.

Upon her plea, prosecution counsel, Christopher Mshelia prayed for a trial date and remand of the defendant in a Correctional Service. Defense counsel, M. Oiji knowledgeable the courtroom of an utility for bail for the defendant.

Justice Bature adjourned the matter to April 13, 2022 and remanded the defendant in Suleja Correctional Centre for listening to of her application for bail.

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