Wanted fraudsters

22.03.2023 Featured WANTED: 3 Ex-Employees Who Defrauded Nigeria Distilleries Ltd of N78.5m

Published 22nd Mar, 2023

By Abimbola Abatta

The Ogun State Police Command has declared three former employees of Nigeria Distilleries Ltd. wanted for defrauding the company of N78,565,300.

The accused are Tijani Abiodun, Babatunde Ogunade and Sowemimo Michael.

In a series of posts on the command’s Twitter page on Wednesday, Abimbola Owoyemi, the spokesperson, noted that the three were directly involved in a case of conspiracy, stealing and fraud.

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As documented in the press statement, Ogunade was the human resources manager of the company while Michael was the production manager.

“The Command appeals to the general public or anyone who has useful information about [their] whereabouts to please arrest and handover to the nearest Police station or to the office of the Deputy Commissioner of Police Criminal investigation department State police headquarters, Eleweran, Abeokuta, Ogun State, or call 0706659090, 08029465517.”

Published 22nd Mar, 2023

By Abimbola Abatta


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