ICPC accused teacher of misappropriation of 10.4 million euros in court
The Independent Commission on the Fight against Corruption and Other Related Crimes (ICPC) has convicted M.G. Bamidele, a former professor at the Federal Polytechnic Institute in Ede, Osun State. Amos, in the embezzlement of 10.4 million nations.
Amos, who was charged on three counts before Judge M.O. Agbula High Court 4, Osogbo, Osun State, was charged with fraud with the receipt of N 10,484,000. international university.
The ICPC argued that the defendant, despite being a teacher at the institution, received money under a false pretense, thereby committing an offense contrary to section 1 (1) (a) and punishable under section 1. (3) of Act 2004 years about prepaid fraud.
He was also charged with using his position to receive a bribe, which is a crime and punishable under section 19 of the Corruption and Other Related Offenses Act 2000.
In addition, the teacher is charged with providing false information to a government official, contrary to section 25 (1) (a) and punishable under section 25 (1) (b).
When Amosa read all the charges to him, he pleaded not guilty as his lawyer, Ayo Adesanmi, pleaded with the court to release him on bail.
Prosecutor Kehinde Adetoye did not object to the bail.
After that, Judge Agbula released the accused on bail in the amount of 2 million NN and a surety for the same amount. The case was updated on November 9, 2020 for further investigation.