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Nine men arraigned for Illegal oil deal in Lagos

The Lagos office of EFCC on Thursday, June 14, 2018 summoned five associated unlawful merchants with oil based goods previously Justice Hadiza Rabiu Shagari of the Federal High Court sitting in Ikoyi, Lagos on a three-tally charge verging on intrigue. 

They were charged close by a vessel, MT Queen of Peace and three organizations: Macker Fender Limited, Machalis International Limited and Ayonok Ventures Limited. 

The offense is in opposition to Section 3 (60) of the Miscellaneous Offenses Act, Cap M17, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria 2004 and culpable under Section 1 (17) of a similar Act. The suspects are: Shadrack Eneogwu, Ojo Olagoke Christopher, Atolagbe Hakeem, Daniel Noan Oluwatunbi, John Kwane Amissah and Jonathan Kumah Tetteh. 

Amid the procedures, the indictment guide, Idris Abdullah Muhammed, told the court that however the fifth litigant, Eneogwu, was not in court, he was spoken to by his direction. The arraignment advise, consequently, asked the court to peruse the charges to the suspects.

One of the counts reads: “That MT Queen of Peace and three companies: Macker Fender Limited, Machalis International Limited and Ayonok Ventures Limited, Shadrack Eneogwu, Ojo Olagoke Christopher, Atolagbe Hakeem, Daniel Noan Oluwatunbi, John Kwane Amissah and Jonathan Kumah Tetteh on the 9th day of November, 2017 in Lagos within the jurisdiction of this Honourable court conspired amongst yourselves to commit an offence to wit; dealing in 130 metric tonnes of Low Pour Fuel Oil, LPFOL, and 120 metric tonnes of Automotive Gas Oil, AGO, without appropriate licence and thereby committed and offence contrary to Section 3 (60) of the Miscellaneous Offences Act, Cap M17, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria 2004 and punishable under Section 1 (17) of the same Act.

The suspects pleaded not guilty to the charges when they were read to them. The prosecution counsel asked the court for a trial date and pleaded that the suspects be remanded in prison custody.
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