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Saturday, 9 December 2017

3 Bank Managers Captured For Stealing N49M



Three Operation Managers of First City Monument Bank (FCMB) joined to the Onikan, Lagos Island branch of the bank have been arraigned under the watchful eye of a Lagos Magistrate Court for supposedly taking the whole of N48,635,840 from the record of the bank. 

The arraigned are: Omotayo Oluseyi, 38, Ebenezer Efunsola, 50 and Uchenna Ugwuibe, 45. 

The accused people were captured by the Police at the Lion Building Division, Lagos Island and summoned under the watchful eye of an Igbosere Magistrate Court on a two-tally charge of lawful offense to mind, taking. 

Police Prosecutor, Oluwafemi Adeleye educated the court in control No D/91/2017 that the charged people conferred the offense between January 2016 and May 2017 at First City Monument Bank situated on Macarthy Street, Onikan, Lagos Island amid working hours. 

Adeleye told the court that the charged people deceived the trust rested in them by their boss as Operation Managers and as Head of Department at the Macarthy branch of the bank by purportedly scheming to take the total of N48,635,840 from their boss' record. 

He said the administration of FCMB discovered the fraud when they examined their record books. 

Adeleye said that the offenses the denounced carried out were culpable under segments 411 and 287 (7) of the criminal Laws of Lagos State, 2015. 

The charged people, notwithstanding, argued not liable to the asserted wrongdoing in the open court and their insight, Loveline Ezemegbu and Helen Ibeji implored the court to concede the respondents safeguard in the most liberal terms, promising that they would not hop safeguard if allowed. 

Boss Magistrate B.A Sonuga allowed the litigants safeguard in the aggregate of N5 million each with two sureties each in like whole who must be bank staff. 

Sonuga likewise coordinated that the sureties must store the aggregate of N1 million each in the Chief Court Registrar's record and their International travel permit with the court. 

The justice suspended the case till 13 January, 2018 and requested that the respondents be kept at the Ikoyi Prison till they could satisfy the safeguard conditions.

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