Stella Dimoko Court Freezes Lagos State Agency’s Account Over Alleged N3bn Fraud


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Tuesday, 6 March 2018

Court Freezes Lagos State Agency’s Account Over Alleged N3bn Fraud

The Federal High Court in Lagos on Monday ordered that the Zenith Bank account of the Lagos State Number Plate Production Authority be frozen over an alleged fraud of N3 billion.

Justice Mohammed Idris ordered that the account be frozen after an ex parte application filed by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).

Idris held that the order would remain pending the conclusion of ongoing investigation into the alleged N3 billion fraud by the EFCC. The order of the court also affected 32 other bank accounts belonging to companies, which were allegedly used to divert the N3bn from the Lagos State Government Number Plate Production Authority.

In an affidavit attached to the ex parte application, the commission claimed that its preliminary investigation revealed that the funds were diverted while Mr. Folorunsho Coker was the Managing Director of the Lagos State Government Number Plate Production Authority. 

The companies whose accounts were also frozen include a law firm, Rimi and Partners, which, the EFCC said, has Coker’s wife, Mrs. Aisha Rimi, as the sole proprietor.

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  1. Doing family business With government work. Na wa

  2. Eko o ni baje!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. hahahahaha na really eko oni baje..... oti baje pata pata

  4. So Na thief thief money folly and Aisha take dey flex. Hahaha, Tiffany Amber and lateef will be laughing to their heart's satisfaction now.


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