EFCC arrests Ex-Jamb employee over N10m fraud

The Financial and Monetary Crimes Fee (EFCC), has arrested one Kola Al-Amin, a former employee of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) over alleged forgery and acquiring cash by false pretences.

EFCCEFCC spokesman Tony Orilade in a press release mentioned Al-Amin was arrested by the Ibadan Zonal Workplace of the company following a petition towards him.

He mentioned the petition alleged that someday in November, 2010, Al-Amin who operates below the title of “Cool Applied sciences Seek the advice of Restricted” with workplace positioned at No.4/900, Taiwo Home, Second Flooring, Yemetu Whole Backyard, Ibadan, Oyo State approached the complainant, a microfinance financial institution (title withheld) with a Native Buying Order (LPO) for the availability of web {hardware} which he claimed was from JAMB headquarters, Abuja.

Orilade mentioned Al-Amin requested the microfinance financial institution to advance him a mortgage of 10,000,000.00 (Ten Million Naira) solely to finance the LPO.

The EFCC mentioned the petitioner additional alleged that Kola was granted the mortgage with an settlement that the proceed of the LPO from JAMB can be paid immediately into his account with the microfinance financial institution.

Nonetheless, Orilade mentioned the complainants famous that on the maturity of time for reimbursement, he allegedly disappeared and on verification of the LPO in JAMB headquarters, Abuja, it was found that the LPO supplied by the suspect was cast and that he was not a employees of the group.

He mentioned further investigation revealed that the suspect has been concerned in a number of different fraudulent offers below the identical guise of being a JAMB official.

Orilade mentioned he can be charged to court docket upon conclusion of investigations.

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