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Courtroom admits Lebanese man to N22m bail for alleged cheating

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Courtroom admits Lebanese man to N22m bail for alleged cheating

A Wuse Zone 6 Chief Magistrates’ Courtroom, Abuja on Tuesday admitted a Lebanese man, Tony El- Feghaly to bail in the sum of N22 million for alleged breach of have faith and cheating.Delivering his ruling, Justice of the Peace Umar Dodo, ordered the defendant to construct two sureties who must depose to an affidavit of skill.He additionally adjourned the matter till Aug.15 for a hearing.El- Feghaly, who lives in Jabi district, Abuja is charged with breach of have faith and cheating.He, alternatively, pleaded no longer guilty to the fee.Earlier the Prosecution Counsel, SP Kenneth Adokeme told the court docket that the complainant, Joseph Tsavar of Apo quarters, Abuja, reported the matter to the office of the AIG of police, Zone 7 headquarters via a petition on Aug.7,2019.The counsel, apart from, alleged that the defendant sometime in 2017 fraudulently and with the intent to defraud mute two fire-combating autos worth N42 million from the complainant.Adokeme extra acknowledged that the defendant gave the complainant a N5million and promised to pay the balance of N37 million upon price by the Benue Whine authorities, to whom he claimed to construct the autos to.He additionally alleged that the defendant on the pretence that he had no longer been paid converted the balance to his non-public use.The prosecutor apart from acknowledged at some level of a police investigation that the defendant admitted to committing the offence.In step with him, the offence contravenes the provision of sections 312 and 309 of the penal code law.

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