SCAM NEWS: Mother And Son Wanted By FBI Jailed For Internet Scam In Lagos Nigeria
A suspected internet scammer Damilola Ahmed Adeyeri and his mother, Alaba Kareem Adeyeri, have been convicted on a four-count charge of conspiracy and obtaining money under false pretense to the tune of $82, 570, about N29.9million.
According to reports, the charge was preferred against them by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.
Justice Chukwujekwu Aneke of the Federal High Court, Ikoyi, Lagos, convicted the woman and her son on Tuesday and sentenced them to three years each in a correctional center.
The judge found them guilty on all counts. But the sentences for each count would run concurrently. Justice Aneke further ordered that all the properties and monies recovered from the convicts be forfeited to the Federal Government and upon applications by the victims, restitution be made to them.
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A suspected internet scammer Damilola Ahmed Adeyeri and his mother, Alaba Kareem Adeyeri, have been convicted on a four-count charge of conspiracy and obtaining money under false pretence to the tune of $82, 570, about N29.9million. According to reports, the charge was preferred against them by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC. Justice Chukwujekwu …
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