The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has summoned Joseph Idakho close by his organization, Zamtrac Management and City Investment Limited
for supposed intrigue, phony and criminal break of trust.
The couple were made to show up before Justice D. Z. Senchi of the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, High Court, Jabi, Abuja.
He purportedly duped one Hajiya Halima Babangida in a land improvement exchange that went amiss.
EFCC representative, Wilson Uwujaren said this in an announcement in Abuja.
Uwujaren clarified, “Babangida claimed in a request to the EFCC that she went into a concurrence with the litigant’s organization for advancement of six units of disconnected places of five rooms each, including young men quarters, at Plot, 2398 AO6, Cadastral Zone, Maitama District, Abuja, with her commitment being the land, while the respondent was to endure another expense of improvement.
“She guarantees that they had consented to share the property similarly toward the finish of improvement yet found, to her embarrassment, that the respondent initiated clearance of the property even before consummation without her insight or endorsement.
“Angered by this advancement, she supposedly tested further and found that Idakwo and one Aliyu Dasuki contrived and fashioned her mark on the records which they utilized in selling the houses”.
Check one of the five-tally charges read: “That you, Joseph Idakwo and Zamtrac Management and City Investment Ltd at some point in October 2017 in Abuja inside the ward of this Honorable Court depended with territory over the landed property at Plot 2398 A06 Cadastral Zone Maitama District, Abuja carried out criminal break of trust in regard of the said property when you offered some portion of the property to Suleiman Mohammad Chiroma infringing upon passage 3.2.6 of the Property Development Agreement made on twentieth January, 2017 between Hajiya Halima Babangida and Zamtrac Management and City Investment Ltd and you along these lines perpetrated an offense as opposed to, and culpable under Section 312 of the Penal Code Law”.
In any case, after the charges were perused, the litigant apparently argued not blameworthy to every one of the charges.
The indicting counsel, Offem I. Uket, requested a preliminary date and implored the court to remand the respondent in Nigerian Correctional Service authority, pending the initiation of preliminary.
Be that as it may, the protection counsel, J. A. Atanawhemera, moved an oral bail application for his customer.
In his decision, Justice Senchi conceded the litigant bail in the whole of N1, 000,000 with two sureties, who more likely than not landed properties in Abuja, with Certificate of Occupancy.
He likewise requested that the sureties must be occupants of Abuja, and dismissed the issue to January 16, 2020 for preliminary.