N5.2b Fraud: Spring Bank MD Flees, Declared Wanted

Published 9 years ago by: Daniel Bosai
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at 15-09-2010 06:33AM (9 years ago)

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The Special Fraud Unit, SFU, Force CID, Milverton Road, Ikoyi, Lagos, Nigeria, has declared  the Managing Director of Spring Bank Plc, Mrs. Ayodele Olushola wanted over an alleged  N5.208 billion fraud in the bank.

P.M.NEWS authoritatively gathered that the MD was declared wanted following her failure to  report at the SFU after an arraignment notice had been served on her twice.

The arraignment notice to take her and others to court over the alleged N5.2 billion fraud  in the bank was first served on 12 August, 2010, while the second one was served on her and  others on 31 August, 2010.

A source at the SFU told P.M.NEWS that their investigation revealed that on getting wind of  her arraignment before a law court over the alleged fraud, Mrs. Olushola fled to the United  States of America.

“Our visits to her office and residence revealed that the woman has travelled out. We learnt  she travelled on the night of the day we served her the notice of arraignment,” the source  disclosed.

The notice of arraignment served Mrs. Olushola read in part: “This is to notify you that  criminal charges have been filed against you, Mrs. Ayodele Olushola by the Federal Ministry  of Justice, and this unit is to arraign you in court to answer to the charges against you…”

The Spring Bank MD, who was named as an accessory to the N5.2 billion fraud in the bank  which involved the National Sports Lottery Plc and Strand Capital Partners Ltd, was charged  to court along with Michael Ajamah, Lanre Odunlami, Awele Nwaboshi, Gladys Okebelama and  Olubukola Moradeyo.


It was further learnt the five-count charge slammed on the accused in case No. FHC/L/284/10  charged to the Federal High Court, Ikoyi, Lagos is being prosecuted by Chief Wole Olanipekun  (SAN), Dele Adesina & Co. and Legal Resources Alliance.

The charges include conspiracy to steal, obtaining by false pretence, forgery and accessory  after fact of stealing.

The Spring Bank MD and her company were particularly charged with accessory after fact of  stealing of the sum of N5.2 billion being the property of Strand Capital Partners Ltd,  thereby committing an offence contrary to section 519 and punishable under the Criminal  Code, laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004.

The case, which was first mentioned on 5 August, 2010, but was adjourned till 7 October,  2010 as neither the suspects nor their lawyers were in court.

The court has, however, mandated the Special Fraud Unit, SFU, to produce the suspects for  arraignment on the next adjourned date, 7 October, 2010.

Mrs. Olushola was one of the seven managing directors appointed by the Central Bank of  Nigeria, CBN, on 2 October, 2009 to replace the sacked ones.

She replaced Charles Ojo in Spring Bank.



popo2009 at 15-09-2010 08:57AM (9 years ago)
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You see, this country will never change.
She is not even up to a year in office, she has stole
N5.2billion, if she becomes the president, she might even sell the entire country.
Why is USA always their hidding place, eachtime they commit crime in Naija???
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chibyski at 15-09-2010 09:10AM (9 years ago)
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na only she wht of others na 2 day change d topic dat is naija 4 evry body
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mezkaz18 at 15-09-2010 09:13AM (9 years ago)
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The person that will replace her might be more dangerous. So wat do we do  Huh?  where are heading to,  Naija?
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biamblinks at 15-09-2010 09:33AM (9 years ago)
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Na Wa OOOO
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Eucharia at 15-09-2010 09:47AM (9 years ago)
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this is not a new and suprise story in Nigeria is a common thing. The person that will replace her now can even do more than her, that is Nigeria for u. God must surely judge them ,they will not go Unpunished criminals.
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simele at 15-09-2010 10:05AM (9 years ago)
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their life is bad one
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hopheyemy at 15-09-2010 10:57AM (9 years ago)
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@ everybody.. Wetin u na dey talk if na you nko. wetin you go do.. I pray 9ja will be better soon..
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Adikpe at 15-09-2010 11:31AM (9 years ago)
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From frying pan to fire.

THIEF was sacked and was replaced
by a
CRIMINAL
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divineproject at 15-09-2010 12:10PM (9 years ago)
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hmmmmmmmmmmmm, I tire for all these kind of story

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uprising at 15-09-2010 12:15PM (9 years ago)
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na waooo
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Dee4evr at 15-09-2010 12:34PM (9 years ago)
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Let her be extradicted from whereever she ran to. Shikena.
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laydeelaracraft at 15-09-2010 12:42PM (9 years ago)
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hmmmmmmmmmm! if it was a street thief they would have arrested them on the spot....but rich people hiding behind companies get 2 written warnings? Why didnt they just announce on TV. "Madam, run quick, we r coming for u"
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Pepesy at 15-09-2010 12:48PM (9 years ago)
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May God deliver us 4rm deir hands
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bafyguy at 15-09-2010 01:19PM (9 years ago)
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They wanted her to run away, if not why didn't they arrest her at the time they discover the theft.
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kobocross at 15-09-2010 01:23PM (9 years ago)
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na 2day make i pass jare
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anihsandraonyi at 15-09-2010 01:32PM (9 years ago)
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no be new thing,God should just save us 4rm d hands of d wicked ones
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Hacon at 15-09-2010 02:10PM (9 years ago)
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9ja we are tired and tired of lack of confidence who are we to trust in this country again thief go thief come where are we runing to may God
help my country Nigeria.
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Hacon at 15-09-2010 02:12PM (9 years ago)
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na waoooooooooooooooooooooo
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Librabilex at 15-09-2010 02:17PM (9 years ago)
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e bami kipe ole ole ole..when d bush meat go catch d hunter....nija lady,she na cosmestic u want use all the 5.4b for...
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