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No Mercy Nursing mother, 2 others docked for money laundering

Three persons have been admitted on a N12m bail after being arraigned for money laundering.

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A nursing mother and two other persons have been arraigned before an Abuja Federal High Court on Friday, November 4, for money laundering.

The accused, Amarachi Enyinnaya, Abuchi Igwe and Kelechi Iwuoha were arraigned on a 12 count charge bordering on money laundering and impersonation, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports.

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According to the reports, one of the charges levelled against Igwe was being in possession of documents concerning false details claiming that he was the wife of the late Col. Gaddafi, looking for where to invest some money.

Presiding over the case, Justice Okon Abang, granted the trio bail in the sum of N12m and one surety in like sum and ordered that the sureties must be resident in the Federal Capital Territory.

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NAN reports that he also ordered that the surety must be the owner of a landed property with Certificate of Occupancy in any part of the FCT and provide three years tax clearance certificate and two recent passports to the court.

The counsels to the accused will be notified of the next adjourned date at a later time.

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