‘Mama Boko Haram’, others remanded in prison for alleged N111m fraud

‘Mama Boko Haram’, others remanded in prison for alleged N111m fraud

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Aisha Alkali Wakil better known as “Mama Boko Haram was on Monday arraigned before the Borno State High Court, Maiduguri for alleged fraud.

AISHA ALKALI WAKIL ALSO KNOWN AS MAMA BOKO HARAM

She was arraigned by the Economic and Financial Crimes, EFCC, Maiduguri Zonal Office alongside Tahir Saidu Daura and Prince Lawal Shoyade, before Justice Aisha Kumalia on an amended five-count charge, bordering on conspiracy, obtaining money by false pretence and cheating to the tune of N111, 650,000.

Tony Orilade, EFCC acting Spokesman, in a statement, said investigation revealed that, the defendants sometime in 2018 conspired and falsely presented to one Mohammad Umar Mohammed, purported contracts for installation and servicing of 10 pieces of Chison 600A, 2009 version deluxe ultra sound system and the supply of white beans through their Foundation.

Count five of the charge reads: “That you, Aisha Alkali Wakil, Tahiru Saidu Daura, and Prince Shoyade, whilst being chief executive officer, programme manager and country director respectively of Complete Care and Aid Foundation (a non-governmental organisation) and Saidu Muktar (now at large) sometime in October, 2018 at Maiduguri, Borno State, within the jurisdiction of this honourable court with intent to defraud, induced one Mohammed Umar Mohammed of Nyeuro International Limited to deliver to you 3,000 bags of 50kg white beans worth N65,000,000.00 under the guise of executing a purported contract of supply of the said beans which you knew to be false and thereby committed an offence contrary to Section 320(a) and punishable under Section 322 of the Borno State Penal Code Laws Cap 10.

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The accused pleaded not guilty to all the charges, prompting prosecution counsel, Benjamin Manji to apply for a trial date and prayed the court to remand the defendants in the Nigerian Correctional Centre pending the determination of the case.

Justice Kumalia however ordered that the defendants be remanded in a correctional centre and adjourned the case until February, 10, 11 & 12, 2020 for commencement of trial.

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