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A faux Governor of the Central Financial institution of Nigeria (CBN), Nwalozie Julius, has been sentenced to 3 years imprisonment.
The Financial and Monetary Crimes Fee (EFCC) revealed this in a sequence of tweets on Monday.
Julius, in keeping with the anti-graft company, was despatched to jail with out an possibility of high-quality by the Federal Excessive Court docket in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State.
Justice Agatha Okeke gave the sentence on Friday final week after Julius was convicted of the crime.
Three days later, the EFCC arraigned one Dasin Bello earlier than Justice Dije Aboki of the Kano State Excessive Court docket.
The defendant was arraigned on Monday and charged with three counts bordering on felony breach of belief to the tune of $61,438.
He was alleged to have collected two containers of biscuits and sweets value $64,046 from the complainant who relies in India underneath the settlement that he would pay for the gadgets in two months.