Yesterday, the Benin Division of the Federal High Court sentenced the duo of Aigbe Joseph (alias Anthony Styler Malan) and Igbinosa Osazee (alias Albert Lim) to two years imprisonment.

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The duo were arraigned by the EFCC on separate charges of possession of fraudulent document containing false claims. Upon their arraignment, the convicts pleaded not guilty to the charge, but later changed their plea to guilty.

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Justice O. O. Tokodo consequently convicted and sentenced them to two years imprisonment, effective from the day of their arrest. Joseph and Osazee were arrested on August 27, 2015.

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The charge against Osazee reads, “Igbinosa Osazee alias Albert Lim on or about the 27th of August 2015, had in your possession documents containing a false pretence and representation to wit: fraudulent mails found in your laptop.

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The charge against Joseph reads, “that you Aigbe A. Joseph, sometime in 2015, with intent to defraud attempt to obtain the sum of $2,000 from Savita Shamsunder as Anthony Styler Malan, that the money is for your tax clearance for a construction job in France.”

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