Court Sentence 19year old Student to Two Years In Prison Over Cyber Fraud in Kwara State

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A 19-year-old undergraduate, Oyedotun Adebowale has been sentenced to two years in prison for cyber fraud, by a Federal High Court sitting in Ilorin, Kwara State.

Ilorin Zonal Command of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission which prosecuted Adebowale on one count before Justice Muhammed Sani, told the court that N21m was found in the bank account of the Kwara State Polytechnic undergraduate.

The EFCC said; “Investigations had earlier revealed that Oyedotun had under his possession over N21m suspected to be proceeds of unlawful activities and a Toyota Camry, which he purchased using his mother’s name.”

Counsel for the EFCC, Sesan Ola, reviewed the facts of the case and tendered the extra-judicial statements of the defendant, iPhone 12 Promax, the key and particulars of a Toyota Camry recovered from him, and a draft of N350,000 which were admitted in evidence.

Adebowale who pleaded guilty after being arraigned, was sentenced to two years’ imprisonment with an option of N300,000 fine. Justice Sani also ordered that all items recovered from him be forfeited to the Federal Government.

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