Godwin Job is a 35 years old man who works as a Bartender. According to EFCC reports Godwin stole an ATM card belonging to his boss Olufemi Joseph Odusanya. Godwin later, illegally withdrew the sum of N1,079,290 from a Fidelity Bank account belonging to his boss, Olufemi. It was disclosed that he evacuated his employer's account with 14 transactions withing two hours. After which his employer wrote a petition against him. EFCC Arrested him and arraigned him.
Job was arraigned and after series of Judicial processes, he was found guilty as charged and sentenced to eight years in prison, which will run concurrently from the day of conviction.
In their words they said "Bartender Jailed Eight Years For Illegal Withdrawals From Employer’s Account.
A 35-year-old bartender, Godwin Job, was on Tuesday, January 12, 2021 sentenced to eight years in prison."
This should serve as an example to all the Nigerian youths, No matter how hard you find life, don't engage in illegal activities because it might lead you to trouble.
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