The fake native doctor identified as Fatai Olalere Alli (a.k.a. Baba Abore, Baba Oshun), was remanded alongside two others, Adigun Olusegun and Olufemi Kolawole, on Tuesday.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) said the accused persons were arraigned on criminal charges bordering on conspiracy, money laundering and obtaining money by false pretense.
The presiding judge, Patricia Ajoku ordered interim forfeiture of properties traced to Alli as well as freezing of accounts he allegedly used to receive proceeds of crime.
Justice Ajoku ordered the remand pending the filing, hearing and determination of their bail applications.
Juju Scam: Court Remands Fake Native Doctor, Two Others in Prison, Orders Interim Forfeiture of Properties#EFCCFightsForYou pic.twitter.com/cJbx5aGYFR
— EFCC Nigeria (@officialEFCC) October 29, 2019
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