Onitsha: Female UBA Staff In Court For N452m Scam

The officials of Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Enugu State Zonal Command has on March 16, 2022, charge a staff of United Bank For Africa, (UBA) Judith Nneka Nwagwu, for N452million fraud.

Judith Nwagwu was brought to Anambra State High Court, Onitsha, for allegation of money laundering, misconduct and breach of trust.

Africa Investigative Magazine learned that the suspect has fraudulently obtained four hundred and fifty two million, forty seven thousand naira (N452, 047, 000) only from the complainant.

In a statement made available to newsmen by EFCC, Judith was alleged to have fraudulently obtained N192,000,000 (One Hundred and Ninety Million Naira) from the said complainant.

Judith Nwagwu allegedly deceived her victim by saying the bank had $400,000 for sale at the rate of N480 per Dollar which she would help him to obtain.

His employers also petitioned EFCC alleging that the defendant forged two fixed deposit certificates and had obtained the total sum of N260,047.000 ( Two Hundred and Sixty Million, Forty-Seven Thousand naira), Million, from a customer under the guise of fixing the money for him.

Court, however, leveled a seven-count charge on her bordering on forgery and obtaining by false pretense to the tune of N452,047,000.

Presiding Judge, Justice D.A Onyefulu adjourned the case to May 25, 2022 for further hearing.

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