Group drags 3 India Nationale, Company before EFCC over N106.5M fraud

Group drags 3 India Nationale, Company before EFCC over N106.5M fraud

…..Alleges O/C SARs,Police Inspector of complicity

A civil rights group, Save Lagos Group (SLG) has dragged three (3) citizens of the Republic India and their company, SUNOLA Vegetable Oil & Foods Limited Company, a subsidiary of  KEWALRAM Nigeria Limited, Lagos, before the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) over illegal and fraudulent seizure of One Hundred and Six million, Five Hundred Thousand Naira Commission rates of the goods bought by the Company Authorized Distributor, Mr. Selim Alamutu, the Chairman CESSA-KAMSEL Integrated Investment Limited since 2004 till 2016.

It also alleged Inspector Sule with Phone Number-08052313414 and Officer-In- Charge of Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) of Lagos State Police Command for conniving with the India citizens to evade the investigation of the Company fraudulent activities, alleging that many Nigeria citizens have been defrauded by these Indian Citizens through their Company in Nigeria, adding that it has been the habit of Nigeria Security personnel to cover up of foreigners from arrest over criminal
acts.

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Those Company officials that were dragged before the anti-graft agency was; Mr. Suresh Naya, Mr. Rajesh Ramaswamy and Rajnesh Potey, the former General Manager, Former Acting General Manager and incumbent General Manager of SUNOLA Foods Limited, Isolo, Lagos State
respectively, as well as the Company’s Head of Account Section,Mr. Otteh, saying that they were dragged before the agency in accordance with Part VII of Section 38(1) and Part II of 6(1a-q) of the EFCC Act 2004.

This was contained in a Petition Letter dated 24th of October, 2016 and signed by the Convener of the group, Comrade Adeniyi, Alimi Sulaiman and as well forwarded the same to the Acting Chairman and Deputy Director of Operation of the EFCC in Abuja and Lagos office
respectively and Copied  the authorities of the  Nigeria Police Force(NPF) and Indian Embassy in Nigeria for necessary action, calling for the immediate arrest of  the aforementioned India citizens in connection with these fraudulent and criminal activities  in accordance with the Section 24(1e)  of the amended 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

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It urged the anti-graft Commission to investigate the Lagos State Airport Road Branch of the   Zenith Bank with Account Number-1011361443, which the India Company has been used to defraud unsuspected Nigerian customers of their Company, described the Company
action as illegal, evil, satanic and anti-Nigerians ,calling on the concerned authority to save unsuspected Nigerians from prey of these non-Nigerians.

According to the Petition Letter; “The Commission of the sales of Mr. Alamutu of CESSA –KAMSEL Integrated Investment Limited from SUNOLA Nig. LTD management since 2004 till date, of this business transaction is now sum of One Hundred Million Naira (N100, 000,000) which is in  accordance with the Company agreement with their authorized distributor (Mr. Alamutu) and another payment of Five Million, Seven Hundred Thousand Naira were also made to the Zenith Bank Account of SUNOLA Nigeria Limited by Mr. Alamutu in recent time.

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“In view of the indubitable fact that jungle rule of delusive demagogues and desperadoes are being satanically entrenched in the aforementioned SUNOLA Refined Vegetable Oils and KEWALRAM Nigeria Limited to the charging of those of unsuspected distributors like Mr. Selim Alamutu and his Companies, who strictly believe in the rule of law/rule of Business tramsaction, ethics and good conscience as principle man of integrity, uprightness, truthfulness and Godliness.

So far, we are sincerely and loyally embarked on a radical investigation with a view to authenticating the veracity of these empirical reports in your office and in any competent Court of Law”.

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