The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Ilorin Zonal Office on May 28, 2019 summoned two presumed Internet fraudsters at a Kwara State High Court sitting in Ilorin.
The suspects, Johnson Okuselu and Akande Saheed, were summoned on two separate charges before Justice Sikiru Oyinloye.
One of the charges peruses: “That you, Johnson Opeyemi Okuselu (a.k.a Blessed Savior) at some point in April 2019, or something like that at Ilorin, Kwara State inside the locale of this good court endeavored to submit an offense by claiming to be one Blessed Savior, speaking to yourself to be a white Woman who is fit for giving employment in the United States of America to one Omni Guzman as contained in your email discussion done through your Gmail account, in spite of Section 95 and 321 of the Penal Code and culpable under Section 322 of a similar law.”
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The two of them argued “blameworthy” to the charges. Direction for the EFCC, A.A. Adebayo, told the Court that the respondents had gone into a request deal concurrence with the Commission.
He, accordingly, requested that the court give a date for the arraignment to call its star observer so as to audit the actualities of the case. Equity Oyinloye, from that point, suspended the case to June 8, 2019 for inspecting of realities, and requested that the litigants be remanded in EFCC care.
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