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Sunday, January 12

Law Firm Insist EFCC Vindication Of Prince Ishola Olatunbosun, Petitions Hajiya Maryam Over Forgery, False Publication, Fraud

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission-EFCC have been notified by a Law firm in Abuja on the ongoing fraudulent activities of one Hajiya Maryam E. Pawa, who defrauded Dallas Halimgton Oil Company and yet sponsored a published report claiming that the CEO of Dallas HAMILTON OIL & GAS LTD, Prince Ishola A. Olatunbosun  was arrested. Prince Ishola was not only defrauded, but lost his career integrity based on the false publication allegedly claiming he was arrested by EFCC.

The Solicitors of Prince Ishola Olatunbosun, the Chief Executive Officer of Dallas Halimgton Oil Limited has written a Petition of Criminal conspiracy, Criminal breach of trust, forgery, cheating and fraudulent act against Maryam Lawal, the CEO of Kwada Procurement.

The Petition written by C.C Mbakwe to the chairman of EFCC, solicited the prestigious use of its authority and the commission to bring Maryam Lawal and her cohorts to justice. The petition required the intervention of EFCC, especially in areas of the refund of 25million naira which Maryam Lawal through agency Kawda Procurement Services received as facilitation/Consideration fee for a forged NNPC Terminal Corporate Letter as allocation document for Three million bulk supply of Crude oil and Ten Million Barrels respectively on monthly lift.

The Petition also requested that EFCC through its capacity ensures that the counter publication must be made in reference to the earlier publication which alleged Prince Ishola to have been arrested by EFCC for the disappearance of 90million, all of which was absolutely false. 

The petition maintained that the single publication had significantly destroyed the career reputation and integrity of his organization, especially with it's international partners. Stressing that Dallas Hamington Limited Nig  & Hongkong  needs to reclaim its honour upon the consequent publication so as to regain its relationship with their business partners especially in Hong Kong.

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