Alleged $1.69m fraud: Ajudua’s bail verdict today

Fred-AjuduaA Lagos High Court, Ikeja presided over by Justice Olubunmi Oyewole will today rule on an application for bail filed by a lawyer and an alleged fraudster, Fred Ajudua.

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AN Ikeja High Court, Lagos Monday said it will Tuesday decide whether or not fraud suspect, Fred Ajudua and his accomplice, Charles Orie, would be discharged of the $1.69 million fraud charge preferred against them by the Economic and Financial Crimes…
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A one-time Lagos socialite, Fred Ajudua, on Monday asked an Ikeja High Court to quash the fraud charges preferred against him by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Ajudua is being …
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Notorious fraudster, Fred Ajudua will have to stay longer in prison over his $1.6m fraud charge as an Ikeja High Court presided by Justice Olubunmi Joseph adjourned ruling on his application to quash the charge against him till tomorrow. Ajudua is being …
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Suspected 419 kingpin, Fred “Owa Ibusa” Ajudua will know his fate on Tuesday as he seeks to quash the charges leveled against him at a Lagos High Court. Justice Oyewole of a Lagos High Court has fixed ruling on Ajudua’s application to have the charges …
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A Lagos High Court sitting in Ikeja has fixed June 25 to rule on an application by alleged 419 kingpin, Fred Ajudua, to quash the fraud charges against him. The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission is accusing Mr. Ajudua of duping Remy Cina and …
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