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Thursday, January 14, 2016

Two Arraigned For Allegedly Stealing Money From ATM

The Special Fraud Unit (SFU) of the police on Wednesday arraigned two bankers, Akani Kehinde, and Mustapha Abdulwaheed, before an Igbosere Magistrates’ Court, Lagos, for allegedly stealing of N16.5 million from an Automatic Teller Machine (ATM).




Kehinde (34) and Abdulwaheed (29) were arraigned before Magistrate A.T Omoyele on a four-count charge of conspiracy and stealing.

The prosecution said the two, who were ATM custodian officers, stole the sum of N2.9 million, property of First Bank of Nigeria Limited.
They also allegedly diverted cheques worth N12.2 million which were meant for Leadway Insurance and converted it to their personal use.


They were further accused of stealing N1.4 million cash, property of the bank. The police prosecutor, Corporal Cyriacus Osuji, said: “The total sum of money stolen by the two accused persons was N16.5 million all belonging to their employer.”They allegedly committed the offence between last July and September at the bank’s Orile-Iganmu branch.


The alleged offence is contrary to and punishable under sections 285 (7) and 409 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2011.

Kehinde and Abdulwaheed pleaded not guilty to the charges.

They were granted bail for N1million each with two responsible sureties each in like sum.The sureties, the magistrate said, must be gainfully employed and must show evidence of two years tax payment. Their addresses must be verified by the prosecutors.

The case was adjourned till February 2.


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I just noticed two things....they always plead not guilty and the conditions for bail is stiff...two years tax payment keh?



23 comments:

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    They want make millions overnight

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  2. wow. so that much money can be in an atm. Interesting.

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  3. Don't mind them, they'll always plead not guilty because they hope to have their lawyers plead their 'guilt' on circumstantial grounds. Perhaps they'd contest the actual amount stolen, and possibly reveal other allies in it with them. Such stealing from banks/financial institutions is always a network na.

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    1. You are very right my dear. They can continue fooling themselves.

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  4. Our judicial system is rubbish.

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  5. Most bankers are thieves. The only difference with the highway ones is that they are yet to carry guns. Ojukokoro. Money wey no be your own you carry pocket am. If they didnt catch them, the next thing you hear go be sey dey don relocate go Canada and co.

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  6. What a disgrace.Thieving bankers.

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  7. Am sure the bank has exaggerated the sum as always. let justice prevail

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    1. U no the koko my dear. The bank go exaggerate the amount

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  8. Some bankers have big eyes sha. Thank God they were finally caught

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  9. Bankers no dey tire to steal sef... *mcheeeew*%




    *blessed child*

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  10. How much is two years tax payment? You can pay as low as 6500naira per year.

    It's always better to plead not guilty so you can argue your case.
    Sometimes things are not as it seems.

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  11. Bankers. You guys should take it easy. It is not do or die matter to be rich overnight

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  12. Na once dem take thief the money abi many times? I asked because I bin no know say atm fit store that amount of money. Bankers can do shakara with other people money, abeg make una hold them wella.

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  13. Criminal bankers,may the law take it cause

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  14. So them fit tife n be free again? Nawaoh!

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