Man who forged okonjo iweala’s signature recieves 4 years jail term

EFCC has prosecuted one Raymond Azuka, for reportedly forging the signature of the former Minister of finance, Ngozi okonjo iweala on a reference letter in order to gain employment into Nigerian Security Printing and Minting, NSPM as Security Assistant 1A.

He was however sentenced to four years in prison on the offence of forgery.

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Justice M.B. Idris of a Federal Capital Territory, FCT High Court, Nyanya, had on November 14, 2018, found him guilty of two counts of forgery, which he committed between May 2013 and August 2014. Justice Idris held that the prosecution proved the counts beyond every reasonable doubt and so sentenced him to four years on each of the counts to run concurrently.

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