Man who accused ex EFCC Chief, Ibrahim Lamorde, sentenced to 3yrs imprisonment for fraud

TVC E. George Uboh, who petitioned the senate alleging that former EFCC Chairman Ibrahim Lamorde, diverted N1 trillion recovered loot from corrupt politicians, was today convicted and sentenced to three years imprisonment by Justice S. E. Aladetoyinbo of the Federal Capital Territory High Court Abuja, for his role in converting the property of the defunct Police Equipment Foundation to his own use. A statement by EFCC's spokesperson, Wilson Uwajeren, states that Uboh was arraigned by the anti-graft agency on a three-count charge that bordered on Criminal Breach of Trust involving the sale of PEF vehicles. He allegedly abused his position as former Head of Security and Communication Department, Police Equipment Foundation, PEF, to convert the properties of the foundation to his personal use. The charge reads: “That you, George Uboh, sometime in 2007 in Abuja, the judicial division of the high court of the Federal Capital Territory, being a servant in the...