In the late hours of yesterday Saturday July 18, 2020, there has been confirmed reports circulating social media platforms that Nigerian socialite and instagram influencer Mompha made an appearance at the Ikoyi Federal High Court for his ongoing trial with the EFCC on crimes bordering on fraud, money laundering and cyber crime.
According to reports, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission EFCC presented it's 10th witness against Mompha in the trial yesterday.
The Lagos zonal office of the Crimes Commission us prosecuting Mompha and his company Ismalob Global Investments, on an amended 22 counts charge bordering on cyber crime to the tune of N33 Billion (Thirty three Billion Naira).
Popular instagram information page lindaikejiblogofficial made an official report on the court case, with confirmed reports that Mompha's Uncle identified as Alhaji Ahmadu Mohammed testified against him (Mompha) in the court case.
Lindaikejiblogofficial posted a picture of Mompha, with the caption,
"10 witnesses including Mompha's Uncle 'testify' against him in court. "
Lindaikejiblogofficial went further to give details,
"Mompha's Uncle, Alhaji Ahmadu Mohammed was presented as the 10th prosecution witness (pw10). He told the court that he and knees other persons are directors at Islamob Global Investment Limited , but that Mompha was the sole signatory t the account of the company, domiciled in Fidelity Bank....
Ahmadu on cross examination by the defense lawyer, Gboyega Oyewole SAN said that there was no link between Islamob Global Investment Limited and Mompha BDC saying that the former is a separate company. "
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