According to a report published by kemifilani.ng 26th of February 2021, Ogunshakin Emmanuel sent Ten Million Naira to his fiancée, Miss Mary Egodo, 30, to buy a property in Lagos. He was planning to marry her before he went abroad for greener pastures. When he returned, he found her enjoying the; Money with another lover. She was arrested and charged with fraud and conversion of the; Money.
She pleaded not guilty and was granted bail in the sum of N3m with two sureties in like sum. The case; was heard at the Ejigbo Magistrate Court. And a date set for a hearing has been set for her to be heard.
The man Emmanuel hails from Ekiti State, while Mary is from Delta State in Ibafo area of Ogun State, where Mary lives with her parents. The Police tracked and eventually arrested her and charged her with fraud, conversion of; Money, and marriage fraud. She has since been; released on bail, and the case; will be heard at a later date.
She was remanded in Correctional Centre at Kirikiri town, Lagos, pending when she will perfect her bail.
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