Fresh Update Media reports that, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibadan zonal office, has captured one Kehinde Olumide Agbabiaka, a business operator of Fidelity Bank Plc, for purportedly changing over the aggregate of N137m bank cash for individual use inside 30 months.
As indicated by an announcement issued by the Spokesperson of the commission, Wilson Uwujaren, and made accessible to columnists, Agbabiaka’s capture was spin-off of a request mutually marked by the bank’s Regional Security Officer and the Cluster Control and Compliance Manager.
Uwujaren educated that the request from the bank had affirmed that “the speculate stifled, occupied and took an all out entirety of N137,000,000 from individual and corporate records of a client in ibadan.”
He was said to have occupied with issuing ‘counterfeit bank employees’ to his clients to conceal his unlawful preoccupation of the assets.
Uwujaren uncovered that the appeal was documented on August 20, 2019, wherein it was asserted that “Agbabiaka submitted the offense between January 2017 and July 2019.”
As indicated by the announcement, “the suspect, who was the record official joined to the client, was said to visit the business premises of the injured individual week by week to gather money with the understanding that he would dispatch same to his records domiciled in the bank’s Challenge, Ibadan branch.
“Be that as it may, rather than keeping the cash, Agbabiaka was said to have at various occasions transmitted just a part and on numerous events redirected the entire whole to individual use.
“So as to cover his criminal demonstrations, the suspect, as indicated by the appeal, would prefer to issue invented bank slips to mislead the client that he really saved the wholes.
“This proceeded until the client inspected the announcement of his record and accommodated the equivalent with the money accumulation register. It was then they found Agbabiaka’s false deeds, provoking the bank to set up the request.
Up until this point, the EFCC agents have built up a by all appearances instance of redirection and taking against the suspect.”
The EFCC included that when examined further, “examinations additionally uncovered that he had utilized the stifled aggregates to manufacture houses, buy vehicles, put resources into fixed stores and protection approaches. He additionally gave piece of the plunder to individuals as agreeable credits.
A portion of the things have been recouped and enrolled as shows.
The suspect, Uwujaren added will be charged to court when examinations are finished up.