N32.95bn Fraud: Court To Rule On Mompha’s Case Next Month

N32.95bn Fraud: Court To Rule On Mompha’s Case Next Month

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The Federal High Court in Lagos adjourned ruling on the no-case submission filed by Internet personality, Ismaila Mustapha, alias Mompha till December 9.

Mompha had filed a no-submission case in response to the N32.95bn money laundering charges slammed on him by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission.

Justice Mohammed Liman had earlier scheduled the ruling for Wednesday, but the parties were directed to return on December 9.

READ ALSO: Mompha Regains Freedom ,Drops Suit Against EFCC

The EFCC had alleged that Mompha and a firm, Ismalob Global Investment Limited colluded to retain the N32.9bn in its bank account, funds that formed parts of proceeds of an unlawful act; to wit: fraud.

The EFCC arraigned on them a 22-count charge in which they were accused of laundering an aggregate of N32.95bn between 2015 and 2018.

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