Cac: court remands former mainstreet bank md - Ikeja

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Posted by Sunmola Olalekan - Private

17 May 2019 - 10:55

Ikeja

An Ikeja Special Offences Court, Lagos has revoked the bail of a former Managing Director of MainStreet Bank Registrar Limited, Chester Onyeamachi Ukandu who was earlier granted bail on an offence of forgery. Ukandu was arraigned by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC on March on a three-count charge bordering on forgery and impersonation. Ukandu, who was docked alongside one Mr. Achi George, was alleged by the EFCC to have forged documents purportedly emanating from the Corporate Affairs Commission (C.A.C.)
Justice Olusola Williams however revoked Ukandu’s bail following an express breach in the bail conditions earlier granted him. According to the prosecuting Counsel, A.B.C Ozioko, who filed a motion on Notice dated January , the 1st defendant, Ukandu had breached some of the bail conditions by acting in a manner capable of jeopardizing the course of justice in the case. However, one of the bail conditions by the court included a strict warning to the defendants that the defendants should desist from holding themselves out as officers of the company and other correspondence in that regard, until the final determination of the suit or any other suits in the Federal High Court, pertaining to the ownership of the Mainstreet Bank Registrars Limited. Ozioko, while praying the court to revoke the Ukandu’s bail, said that instead of being sober and face the charges of conspiracy and forgery against him, the 1st defendant continued to write numerous petitions against the prosecution star witness in the matter, seeking to intimidate, harass and embarrass the witness.

Source: Tribune

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