EFCC arraigns ex-Nasarawa governor’s son over alleged N92m fraud

EFCC has arraigned Mohammed Adamu, the son of former governor of Nasarawa state, Abdullahi Adamu
- Adamu was arraigned for five counts on money laundering alongside one Felix Ojiako
- The accused are to remain in EFCC custody till February 7 when the court will rule on their bail application
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has arraigned Mohammed Adamu, son of former governor of Nasarawa state, Abdullahi Adamu.

Adamu was arraigned on Wednesday, January 17, alongside one Felix Ojiako on five counts of money laundering before Justice J.K Dagat of the Federal High Court sitting in Kano, Channels TV reports.
Collinrex gathered that the anti-graft agency revealed the development in a statement signed by the EFCC acting head of media and publicity, Samin Amaddin.
Adamu was petitioned by one Atta Esin, the executive director of Biolocks
Technologies Limited.
Esin accused the former governor’s son of using his company’s name, Biolocks, to execute a contract without his knowledge.
He also claimed that the contract resulted in the accumulation of withholding tax to the tune of N1.3 million.

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