Two Nigerians Prosecuted in Ghana for Internet Fraud


Two Nigerians, Victor Manu Enameguno, Kingsley Odjegba and a Ghanaian, Fauziya Yussif has been granted a bail by an Accra Circuit Court in the Sum of GH¢930,000 (N68,184,506) with four sureties each.

According to Adomonline, they are a trial against fraud. They denied the charges against defraud  defrauding by false pretence, money laundering, as well as abetting of crime.

State Attorney at the Economic and Organised Crime Office, Charles Wilcox stated that the two suspects fron Nigeria has no business or occupation with the Ghanaian.

Between 2016 and 2017, Enameguno, Fauziya, and Odjegba defrauded Maria J. Pizaaro of GH¢536,191.87 and Brunilda J. Rodriguez of GH¢392.781.37 through the internet in the name of establishing joint businesses with them.

On March 27, this year, EOCO received an intelligence report dated 1st March from the Financial Intelligence Centre, that showed Enameguno and Fauziya are customers of Ecobank Ghana Limited and had received GH¢928,973.24 from the prosecution witnesses in the United States allegedly under false pretence.
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