Stella Dimoko Osun State Former LG Chairman Bags 6 Years Jail Term Over Corruption


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Tuesday, January 09, 2018

Osun State Former LG Chairman Bags 6 Years Jail Term Over Corruption

A former chairman of Orolu LG.a of Osun state, Chief Rufus Woleola Ojo was yesterday convicted and sentenced d to 6 years imprisonment for corruption. 

The convict who was prosecuted at the Osun State High Court, Ede by the Ibadan Zonal office of the EFCC, was pronounced guilty by Justice David Oladimeji on two of the three count amended charge filed against him. .

The court accordingly, sentenced him to three-year jail term on each of the two counts. The sentences are however to run concurrently. .

The journey to prison began for Ojo following his arraignment before Justice F.E. Owolabi of the Osun State High Court on Tuesday, 28 May, 2013 on a three count charge bordering on stealing, using position for personal gratification and money laundering. .

One of the charge that earned him a jail term reads,”that you Chief Rufus Woleola Ojo (Carrying on Business under the name and style of Rulekal Ventures) and others at large sometimes in December 2006, with intent to defraud fraudulently converted to your own use the sum of N22m worth of property of Orolu LGA of Osun State entrusted to you whilst you were its Executive Chairman”. .

However, the court however discharged him on a third count of money laundering.

*what a pity!!

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