First class undergraduate sentenced to 13years imprisonment for fraud

A first class student in a private university located in Ondo state has been arrested by the The Economic and Financial Crime commission (EFCC) on Thursday January 23,2020 for impersonation,  forgery and money laundering. The final year student of business administration, Fisayo Adetoro was sentenced to a cumulative 13 years in prison and one million Naira fine. 

Adetoro was a bright student as he was said to be on a  first class student with 4.5 Cumulative Grade Point Aggregate (CGPA) in the University.  He was convicted by the federal high court 1 , Akure ,in a criminal case filed against him by the EFCC, Ibadan Zonal office.
He was accused of falsely representing himself as one "Bawa Mohammed Sanni" to defraud his victims of thousands of US dollars. He uses this fake name to register for a Nigerian Driver's License with his photograph to launder millions of naira as well.

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