In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 13th, August, 2020

RCCG Pastor Lands In Critical Bother After Allegedly Issuing $1.6m Dud Cheques

RCCG Pastor Lands In Serious Trouble After Allegedly Issuing $1.6m Dud Cheques

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The Financial and Monetary Crimes Fee (EFFC) on Wednesday re-arraigned an assistant pastor of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Metropolis of David Parish, Victoria Island, Lagos, Ayodeji Ibrahim Oluokun for allegedly issuing dud cheques of $1.6 million.

Oluokun was arraigned alongside his firm Peak Petroleum Business Nigeria Restricted, earlier than Justice Toyin Taiwo of an Ikeja Particular offences Courtroom.

The defendant was re-arraigned on a six-count cost of acquiring cash by false pretence, stealing and issuance of dud cheques.

The EFCC Counsel, S.O Daji, informed the court docket that the defendant, in 2014, approached the administration of GOSL Nigeria Restricted for a mortgage within the sum of $1.6 million to allow him perform operational actions in his firm’s oil area in Bayelsa State.

Oluokun was alleged to have assured the agency that he would repay the cash inside a 12 months.

Unable to repay the mortgage, the defendant allegedly issued two post-dated Normal Chartered Financial institution Nigeria Restricted cheques  for the sum of $1 million and $666,666 respectively, the prosecutor mentioned.

The pastor pleaded not responsible, and Justice Taiwo adjourned the matter until September 23.

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