The disappearance of Moses Ojo, a cashier at Eat ‘N’ Go Limited's Coldstone Creamery branch in Abule Ado, has sparked controversy following his arraignment by the Lagos State Police Command at a Magistrate’s Court in Apapa.
According to PUNCH Metro, the company suspected that some of its workers were involved in fraudulent transactions using their accounts to trade with customers. To track down those involved, the company reported the case to the police, which subsequently led to Ojo's arrest. Ojo was then taken to court, and during the cross-examination of the defendant, the Magistrate discovered that he was facing charges of defrauding the company of N11,000.
In a chat with our correspondent on Monday, Ojo’s sister, Nifemi, said the magistrate, during the court proceedings, gave the complainant and the defendant an option to settle the matter out of court.
Nifemi said, “A customer told my brother about having issues with transfer. So, he asked my brother if he had an OPay or Palmpay account. My brother told him he has and the customer begged him if he could transfer to him, but my brother said it was an offence as the company does not allow such.
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Source: Punch Newspaper
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