Wednesday, 21 September 2016

School bad boy

Police in Lagos have arrested and arraigned
man for allegedly defrauding a student of the
sum of N200,000 under the pretext of helping
him secure admission into the University of
Lagos (UNILAG).

Student Pulse gathered that Gbeminiyi Ok e was
arraigned before an Isolo Magistrates’ court for
criminal dishonesty and stealing under the
Criminal Code.
According to reports, Oke, who claimed to be a
staff of UNILAG, collected the sum from one
Reginald Mbanusi who sought admission into
the university's post graduate diploma in
Economics program.
Oke however failed to fulfil his end of the illegal
bargain after collecting the N200,000 facilitation
fee and required documents.
He later told Mbanusi that he was not qualified
for the admission and the money could not be
refunded because it had already been paid for
the admission.
Mbanusi then filed a report at the police at Area
‘D’ Command Mushin, leading to the arrest of
the self-appointed admissions agent.
Oke was then arraigned before Magistrate O.A.
Adebayo.
He pleaded not-guilty to the charges of criminal
dishonesty and stealing.
Mrs Adebayo granted him bail in the sum of
N100,000 with one surety in like sum and
remanded him in prison custody pending when
he meets the bail conditions.