Court Adjourns Mompha’s N32BN Fraud Case With EFCC Till July 10.

On Wednesday, A Federal High Court sitting in Lagos adjourned till July 10, a thirty-two billion naira fraud case filed by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) against social media celebrity, Ismailia Mustapha, well known as MOMPHA.

Media reports state that the EFCC is yet to present its remaining witnesses and close its case against Mompha, who is been accused of cyber fraud and laundering about N33billion.

However, at the court proceedings on Wednesday, the EFCC presented a witness Abiodun Audu, an accountant, who testified for the EFCC.

The anti-graft agency alleged that the Mompa who is based in Dubai is a major figure in an organized transnational cyber fraud network, adding that he laundered several funds which he used in acquiring properties in the United Arab Emirates.

However, Mompha has pleaded not guilty to all the counts.

The case was therefore adjourned till July 10 for further proceedings, as the Judge in charge, Justice Liman, directed the EFCC to present its last set of witnesses.

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