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Justice Sikiru
Oyinloye of Kwara state high court sitting in Ilorin has ordered a final forfeiture
of Hotel, Houses and cars belonging to a Kwara civil servant to the federal
government
A statement
obtained from a verified facebook account the Economic and Financial Crime commission said; justice Oyinloye agrees with the evidence made available and
that the commission had indeed proved beyond reasonable doubt against the
defendant on the said allegation presented before the court to be strong and
reliable.


“The interim order of this honourable court was published in The Nation Newspaper,
while the court’s processes were served alongside with the hearing notice to
the defendant, but despite this, the defendant did not show up to explain why the
said properties should not be forfeited to the federal government,”
Justice Oyinloye said.
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He further
observed that “The evidence of the Economic and Financial Crimes
Commission was not controverted or challenged by the defendant or any
interested parties to the suit. This honourable court is of the opinion that
the defendant was fully informed about the proceedings. In view of the
foregoing, this honourable court hereby orders that the said properties be
forfeited to the federal government of Nigeria,” the judge ruled.
Prosecuting
counsel, Nnemeka Omewa in moving the motion dated September 8, 2019, urged
Justice Oyinloye to grant the prayers of the EFCC, which in part was for an
order of the court for the forfeiting to the federal government an unregistered
Toyota Camry 2008 model, “found, traced and recovered by the Commission from
the respondent which property is reasonably suspected to have been acquired
with proceeds of unlawful activity.
And an order
of the court for the forfeiting to the federal government a gold-coloured
Porsche Cayenne vehicle, “found traced and recovered by the Commission from the
respondent which property is reasonably suspected to have been acquired with
proceeds of unlawful activity.”
Justice
Oyinloye, relying on the motion and thirteen exhibits attached equally ordered
the cars recovered from the respondent, Abdul Ibrahim to be forfeited to the
federal government.
The commission
also arrested six for alleged internet fraud offences
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The statement
put further that its  operatives  from Kano zonal office of the commission
raided the residence of some suspected fraudsters with location 282 hotoro
quarters and arrested six individuals with name Abdullahi Musa, Bala Balarabe,
Abdullahi Danladi Basir Kassim, Saleh Mustapha and Abubakar Ahmed.
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Items
recovered includes mobile phones and Mercedes C300
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“Suspects will
be charged to court as soon as investigation is concluded”, the statements
read!

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