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KABOOM!!! EFCC arrests Fidelity Bank’s sales agent for allegedly stealing N137m

Nigeria - The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission [EFCC] has arrested one Kehinde Olumide Agbabiaka, a sales agent of Fidelity Bank Plc, for alleged diversion of N137m.


Agbabiaka was arrested following a joint petition on August 20, 2019  by the bank’s Regional Security Officer and the Cluster Control and Compliance Manager, in which it was alleged that the suspect suppressed, diverted and stole the N137m from personal and corporate accounts of a customer in Ibadan.
The petition alleged that Agbabiaka committed the offence between January 2017 and July 2019.
In a statement on its official Facebook account, the antigraft agency said,
The suspect, who was the account officer attached to the customer, was said to be visiting the business premises of the victim weekly to collect cash with the understanding that he would remit same to his accounts domiciled in the bank’s Challenge, Ibadan branch.
But, instead of depositing the money, Agbabiaka was said to have at different times remitted only a portion and on many occasions diverted the whole sum to personal use. In order to cover his criminal acts, the suspect, according to the petition, would rather issue fictitious bank slips to deceive the customer that he truly deposited the sums.
This continued until the customer reviewed the statement of his account and reconciled same with the cash collection register.
It was then they discovered Agbabiaka’s fraudulent deeds, to put up the petition.
The EFCC said its investigators have established a prima facie case of diversion and stealing against the suspect, adding that further investigations revealed that 
Agbabiaka used the money to build houses, purchase cars, invest in fixed deposits and insurance policies. The EFCC said,
“He also gave part of the loot to people as friendly loans. Some of the items have been recovered and registered as exhibits.”
The suspect will be charged to court as soon as investigations are concluded.

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