Dec 4, 2022

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Man Hacks N-Power Beneficiary ‘s Account, Steals 5 Months Stipend – Legit.ng

  • A supreme court in Ado-Ekiti has ordered the pre-trial detention of a 33-year-old man, Baderinwa Waheed
  • Waheed stole an N-Power grantee five months stipend and was charged with forgery, theft and fraud
  • The court remanded the suspect pending deliberation by the prosecutor and adjourned the investigation into the case

Ekiti – Baderinwa Waheed, a 33-year-old man, was remanded in custody for allegedly stealing a five-month stipend from an N-Power -Beneficiaries.

The Nation reported that an Ado-Ekiti Chief Magistrates’ Court issued the order after the defendant was charged with forgery, Theft and fraud.

How Waheed stole 150,000 N N from N-POWER beneficiaries

According to prosecutor Olao lu Olayinka, the defendant committed the offenses sometime in March 2021 in Ado-Ekiti.

Olayinka claimed the defendant conspired with a Tiamiyu Salimot to carry out a computer-related forgery committing and logging into an Adeola Olofin’s N-POWER dashboard to scam her, PM News also reported. p>

He claimed that the defendant and Salimot had changed Olofin’s password, name and account number, causing her to lose her five-month N-POWER grant calculated at N150,000.

The prosecutor said that the victim’s phone developed an error when she forwarded her N-POWER credentials to the defendant to help her check for messages.

He said that the defendant told the victim that there was no message.

According to him, the victim discovered later that the defendant had hacked her account and redirected her data to his wife and collected Olofin’s grants for five months.

Olayinka said that the offenses against section 14 (1), (2) and (3) of the Cybercrime (P rohibition Prevention) Act, 2015.

The defendant’s claim was dismissed.

Chief Justice Bankole Oluwasanmi ordered his pre-trial detention at the Prosecutor’s Office.

He adjourned the case until June 20 for mention.

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