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Thursday, 9 March 2017

EFCC Arraigns Three Directors For N100m Fraud

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission on Wednesday 8, March 2017 rearraigned three directors, Gregory Eriyanremu, Frank Ugen and Harriman Isa Oyofo and their company Partsmaster Pil and Gas Limited before Justice T O Uloho of the Delta State High Court sitting in Warri on an amended five counts charge bordering on stealing contrary to Section 390(9)of the Criminal Code, Cap. C21, laws of Delta State of Nigeria 2006.

The trio are alleged to have at different times converted over 100 million meant for the payments of contractors who executed contract job for Delta State Oil Producing Areas Development Commission, DESOPADEC to personal use
When the charge was read to the accused persons, they pleaded not guilty to the charge.

One of the counts reads,

"Partsmaster Oil and Gas Limited, Gregory Eriyamrernu, Frank Ugen And Harriman Isa Oyofo sometime between June and August 2010 at Warri in the Warri judicial division of the High Court of Delta State, stole the sum of N32,003,488.38 (Thirty two million, three thousand, four hundred and eighty eight Naira, thirty six kobo) being money meant for payment to Ogbo Ode &Co. for contract job executed for Delta State Oil Producing Areas Development Commission (DESOPADEC) by fraudulently converting the said sum to your own use.

In view of their plea, counsel to the Commission, Kayode Oni asked the court to fix a date for the commencement of trial. 

However, counsel to the Second accused person, Edorie Lawson Umuzu pleaded with the court to allow the accused persons to continue on the bail conditions granted the accused persons when they were first arraigned, an argument which was also canvassed by the other defence counsels.

Justice Uloho adjourned the case to April 7, 2017 for commencement of trial and ordered the accused persons to continue on their bail.

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