The crime must be cocktailed in Nigeria, no matter who commits the crime the law must take its full course.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC has secured the leave of a Kano High Court sitting Kano, to arraign the two men named Aminu Umar Ta’ambu and Ahmed Maiturare of the popular kantin kwari textile market, Kano for offences bordering on obtaining by false pretence.
They allegedly used the name of Kano State government to induce a Swiss National, Mathias Hee, Owner of Okutex Ag, into supplying them with fabrics worth Five Hundred and Thirty Thousand US Dollars ($530,000)
Justice Dije Aboki gave the nod after hearing argument on the application for leave to prefer charge against the suspects by EFCC Counsel A.T. Habib. The leave is pursuant to Section 185(b) of the Criminal Procedure Code.
After the items were supplied, Ta’ambu failed to honour his part of the bargain and refused to remit the amount as agreed.
Justice Dije adjourned the matter to 5 October, 2016 for arraignment.
Other EFCC case here