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MMM “Investors” Drag 2 Agents to Court over Breach of Trust & Cheating

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Debora Fojo and Musa Garba were on Friday arraigned before a Malumfashi Chief Magistrate’s Court in Katsina State for breach of trust and cheating.

They were accused of collecting N429,000 to invest in popular scheme Mavrodi Mundial Moneybox (MMM).

Fojo and Garba are residents of Government Girls Secondary School Malumfashi Quarters and Unguwar Danyawa village in Kafur local government area respectively.

According to the separate First Information Reports (FIR) read to the court, Fojo allegedly collected N229,000 from one Sani Salisu of Unguwar Sodangi in Malumfashi to invest in the scheme.

Garba, on the other hand collected N200,000 from one Adamu Aliyu of Gangarawa also in Malumfashi to invest in MMM.

The Police Prosecutor, Insp. Sani Ahmed, told the courts that the accused deceived the complainants with a promise that business would provide 30 percent returns within 30 days.

He said that neither the original money nor the interest were returned to the complainants after the expiration of the agreed period.

He said that the accused were charged with criminal breach of trust and cheating, offences that contravened sections 312 and 322 of the penal code laws.

The two accused persons, however, pleaded not guilty to the charges.

The Chief Magistrate, Lawal Usman adjourned Fojo’s case till April 11, while that of Garba was moved to April 18,  for mention.

He ordered that the two accused persons be remanded in prison custody.

4 Comments

  1. Ottawa Queen

    April 7, 2017 at 9:27 pm

    Lol! MMM, end-time scam. Even yahoo boys fell for it.

  2. Gordon Gekko

    April 7, 2017 at 10:13 pm

    Greed is good.

  3. Get your eye test done today

    April 8, 2017 at 10:15 am

    Throw the case out! They were warned by all and sundry to stay clear of this greed infested scheme!

  4. GANNY OGUNSHAKIN

    April 8, 2017 at 4:49 pm

    Nigerian Courts shouldn’t be wasting it’s time and resources on cases like this. These so called investors got what they bargained for pure and simple. What do you expect when you partake in a Ponzi scheme? A word is enough for the wise. I’m just saying.

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