Osun Prince Condemned To Jail By A Court Without An Alternative Of Fine Over Fraud


Osun Prince Condemned To Jail

An Osogbo based Government High Court, managed by Decent Equity Peter Lifu, has condemned Prince Adekunle Oyinlola to imprison without a choice of a fine on three tallies of an intrigue between the respondent and three others.

The Prince got sentenced for a situation with document Number, FHC/operating system/42C/2012: FRN v Prince Oyinlola Dekunle and the founded by the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Osun State Order.

The NSCDC charged him to court for defrauding Mr. Solagbade and other suspected members of the public the sum of N9,820,000 under the pretense of registering them as patent right holders of Comandclem Nigeria Limited.

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The offense contravenes Section 1(1)(a) and punishable under Section 1(3) of the Advance Fee Fraud and other Fraud Related Offenses Act, 2006.

Count one of the offense is punishable up to one-year imprisonment without the option of a fine, while two counts attract two years imprisonment without the option of fine, and the third count attracts one-year imprisonment, and the prison terms are to run concurrently.

They are still ruling on the matter; the court order the auction of vehicle registration number BDG 575 AG to be supervised by the court and the return from the sale to be paid to the victim.

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Mr. AbdulKadir, the state Commandant of NSCDC, said the acts of fraud and scam should be shunned by Nigerians while reacting to the court ruling.

According to him, nobility, truthfulness, and genuineness maintain a country.

He further encouraged residents to be steadfast in their relationship, business, and some other undertaking they ended up doing.




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