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EFCC Sets To Close N33 Billion Fraud Case Against Mompha By July 10


Mompha is charged for cyber extortion and laundering about N33billion.

On March 4, he and his firm, Ismalob Global Investment Ltd, were re-summoned before Justice Mohammed Liman on a 22-tally charge.

The counter join office claimed that the respondent who is situated in Dubai is a significant figure in a composed transnational digital misrepresentation arrange, including that he washed a few finances which he utilized in gaining properties in the United Arab Emirates.

Mompha argued not liable to all the checks.

At Wednesday’s procedures, an accountant, Abiodun Audu, affirmed for the EFCC.

He educated the court regarding the assessment form structures for Mompha’s organization.

He referenced that it was one Alhaji Hamodu, a chief in Mompha’s firm that reached him to record the expense forms for the organization.

Hamodu, he stated, expected him to include July 2016 to June 2017, in the expense form to the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS).

The observer affirmed that it was at the EFCC that the record identifying with the expense form was appeared to him when he was welcomed there at some point this year.

During questioning by Mompha’s advice, the observer said Hamodu, a Bureau De Change administrator, provided the data on the organization’s self-evaluation structure.

Be that as it may, during reconsideration by the EFCC, Audu said both Hamodu and Mompha’s marks were on the organization’s expense self-appraisal structure.

Equity Liman, in this manner, guided the counter unite organization to introduce its last arrangement of observers at the following deferred date and fixed further procedures for July 10.

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