CAC- NBA Corporate Affairs Commission

The police on Tuesday arraigned a businessman, Manessah Adam, 41, in a Wuse Zone II Magistrates’ Court, Abuja, for allegedly forging a Cooperate Affairs Commission (CAC) stamp.

The defendant is charged with forgery.

The police prosecutor, Adeyemi Oyeyemi, told the court that Mr Ifeka Jerome, of Cooperates Affairs Commission (C.A.C) Abuja, reported the matter at the FCT Police Command, Abuja on Feb. 20.

He alleged that one Azeez Yusuf reported to the commission that the defendant collected N60, 000, with a promise to register his company with the C.A.C.

He told the court that the defendant allegedly forged the official stamp of the commission with which he used to stamp Yusuf’s application letter and presented same to him as the original from CAC..

He said that during the police investigation, the defendant allegedly confessed that he forged.

The prosecutor said the offence contravened the provisions of Section 364 of the Penal Code.

However, the defendant denied committing the offence.

Mr Simon Dauda counsel to the defendant applied for bail on a liberal term.

Magistrate Elizebeth Jones-Winnie granted the prayers of the council and admitted the defendant to bail in the sum of 500,000 with two sureties in like sum.

She ordered that the sureties must sign a bond should produce any utility bill.

The magistrate further ordered that the sureties must reside within the court’s jurisdiction.

She adjourned the case until March 27, for further hearing.

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