Businessman arraigned over alleged N1.2m fraud in Kano

A 35-year-old automotive vendor, Yusuf Jibrin, was on Friday arraigned earlier than a Kano Senior Magistrates’ Courtroom over alleged N1.2 million fraud.

The prosecutor, Insp. Umar Tahir, informed the court docket that the defendant dedicated the offence someday in September at Waika Waje Quarters, Kano.

Tahir stated that the accused individuals entered an settlement to promote a automotive to the complainant however defaulted within the course of.

“The complainant gave the defendant the sum of N430,000 and a Honda Civic automotive valued at N800,000 with an settlement to purchase him one other automotive.

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“The defendant transformed the cash and the stated automotive for his private use, and failed to meet the settlement,” he stated.

In accordance him, the offence contravened Sections 312 and 322 of the Penal Code.

Nonetheless , the choose, Justice of the Peace Musa Umar, in his ruling admitted the defendant to bail within the sum of N200,000 with two sureties in like sum.

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Umar stated that one of many sureties should be a civil servant, and never beneath Grade Stage 10, whereas the opposite needs to be a accountable citizen with a landed property in Kano.

He adjourned the case to Sept. 13 for point out, NAN experiences.

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