2 Nigerians, Ghanaian in Court Over Fraud

An Accra Circuit Court has granted bail to two Nigerians and a Ghanaian in the sum of GH¢930,000.00 with four sureties each. One of the sureties for each should be justified. The three denied the various charges of conspiracy to defraud, defrauding by false pretence, money laundering as well as aiding and abetting of crime.

Mr Charles Wilcox Ofori, State Attorney of the Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO) told the court that Victor Manu Enameguno, Kingsley Odjegba are Nigerians who have no business or occupation in Ghana whilst Fauziya Yussif is a Ghanaian.

He said Enameguno, Fauziya and Odjegba between 2016 and 2017 defrauded Maria J. Pizarro of GH¢536,191.87; and Brunilda J. Rodriguez of GH¢392.781.37 or their equivalent in dollars through the internet under the pretext of establishing joint businesses with them.

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