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2 Nov 2017

Check Out The 'Hefty' Charges FG Filed Against Embattled Maina

A court in Abuja has issued a fresh warrant for the arrest of ex-pension boss, Abdulrasheed Maina accused of fraud.
Abdulrasheed Maina

The Federal Government has filed six count charges against the embattled former Chairman of the Pension Reforms Commission,  Abdulrasheed Maina.

According to Punch, the charges were filed before a Chief Magistrates’ Court in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja. It formed the basis on which the court issued a fresh warrant for the arrest of Maina, who is currently on the run.

The warrant of arrest was signed by the Chief Magistrate, Elizabeth Jones.

A copy of the Judicial Form 4 revealed that the fugitive is being wanted for offences bordering on:

1. Theft of public money
2. False pretences
3. Breach of trust
4. Cheating
5. Official corruption
6. Embezzlement of pension money
7. and fraud.

The chief magistrate ordered “all police officers and the EFCC personnel” to execute the warrant issued against Maina.

“You are hereby directed to arrest the said A.A. Maina,” the warrant of arrest read.

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