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Nollywood Actress Toyin Aimakhu’s Ex-Husband Gets Judgement In Court

An examiner, Mr Innocent Anyigor has been fined N50,000 amid the trail of Nollywood film-maker, Olajide Kareem, mostly known as Seun Egbegbe. The fine was forced on him amid the past proceedings. Justice Oluremi Oguntoyinbo, sitting at the Federal High Court in Lagos, dismissed the request by the police examiner that the N50,000 be postponed, concurring to reports.

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The judge reproached the examiner for the snail’s pace at which the case had continued since Egbegbe and his co-respondents were charged in February a year ago. The judge amid the past hearing granted N50,000 bail against Anyigor after the safeguard direct raised protest to the fitness of a cop, Godwin Omaka, to affirm for the situation. Not long after Omaka went into the observer box at the last hearing, the protection direct whined that they couldn’t discover his name on the rundown of the observers which the examiner served on them as a feature of the confirmation of proof. Reacting, the examiner, Anyigor, apologized, saying it was an oversight.

Image result for She subsequently adjourned the case till November 7, 2018, directing the prosecutor to ensure that the fine was paid. The police charged Egbegbe and four others with alleged serial frauds involving N39,098,100, $90,000 and £12,550. They were accused of fraudulently obtaining the money from no fewer than 40 Bureau De Change operators in Lagos over a period of two years – 2015 to 2017. Egbegbe and his co-defendants, however, pleaded not guilty to the 40 counts pressed against them. Those standing trial alongside Egbegbe are Oyekan Ayomide, Lawal Kareem, Olalekan Yusuf and Muyideen Shoyombo.

Yet, Justice Oguntoyinbo rejected the conciliatory sentiment and granted N50,000 bail against Anyigor, focusing on that the fine should be paid before the following suspended date. At the point when the issue was approached Monday  and Anyigor was asked by the judge for what valid reason he still couldn’t seem to pay the fine and asked the judge to postpone it. However, the judge couldn’t. In perspective of the judge’s refusal to defer the fine, the investigator argued to be given two weeks to collect the cash. However, Justice Oguntoyinbo said she couldn’t allow any intermission longer than seven days, taking note of that the case had just hauled. The judge told the investigator,

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frauds involving N39,098,100, $90,000 and £12,550. They were accused of fraudulently obtaining the money from no fewer than 40 Bureau De Change operators in Lagos over a period of two years – 2015 to 2017. Egbegbe and his co-defendants, however, pleaded not guilty to the 40 counts pressed against them. Those standing trial alongside Egbegbe are Oyekan Ayomide, Lawal Kareem, Olalekan Yusuf and Muyideen Shoyombo.” />

“I am getting fed up with this case. There has to be an end to litigation; this matter must end. We are talking about human lives. Only one of them (defendants) has been able to secure bail, the others are in prison. Justice delayed is justice denied. These are young people, let them know their fate.”

She accordingly suspended the case till November 7, 2018, guiding the investigator to guarantee that the fine was paid. The police charged Egbegbe and four others with supposed sequential cheats including N39,098,100, $90,000 and £12,550. They were blamed for deceitfully getting the cash from no less than 40 Bureau De Change administrators in Lagos over a time of two years – 2015 to 2017. Egbegbe and his co-litigants, notwithstanding, argued not blameworthy to the 40 counts squeezed as a detriment to them. Those standing preliminary close by Egbegbe are Oyekan Ayomide, Lawal Kareem, Olalekan Yusuf and Muyideen Shoyombo.

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from no fewer than 40 Bureau De Change operators in Lagos over a period of two years – 2015 to 2017. Egbegbe and his co-defendants, however, pleaded not guilty to the 40 counts pressed against them. Those standing trial alongside Egbegbe are Oyekan Ayomide, Lawal Kareem, Olalekan Yusuf and Muyideen Shoyombo.” />

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