The Ibadan Area Office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, today, March 1, 2019, brought Bamidel Adegboyegu to account (a.k.a Romona Clifford); Paul Damilola Olovoparia (a.k.a Kathleen Sandra Samuel and Olaley Israel (a.k.a Sandra Samuel Precious).
They were sued before the Hon. Justice P. I. Ajoko of the Federal Supreme Court of the Oyo State, sitting in Ibadan on separate charges, bordering on receiving money on a false pretext, possession of forged documents, sending pornographic and indecent images and money laundering.
A statement from the anti-gang agency says that the defendants received their petitions separately. Bamidel pleaded not guilty to charges in three counts, preferably against him.
Similarly, Paul and Olali pleaded not guilty on charges of four accounts and charges of seven accounts against them, respectively.
Lawyer Mabas Mabour filed a motion for a court hearing and for the arrest of the defendants.
In his statements, Judge Ayoko postponed the case of the first accused until March 11, 2019 for consideration of the bail application and on April 5, 2019 for trial.
In the same vein, he moved the case of the second accused to March 13, 2019 for consideration of the bail application and to April 3, 2019 for trial.
The case of the third accused was postponed to March 15, 2019 for bail and trial.
The judge also ordered that the three accused be sent to the Oyo state prison, Agodi, pending the consideration of their bail requests.