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    Court Orders ‘Yahoo Boy’ To Sweep Church As Part Of His Six Months Of Community Service

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    A young man identified as Chibuike  Omemgboji (alias Surajo Ascencio) has been convicted and sentenced to six months of community service by a Federal Capital Territory High Court sitting in Kubwa, Abuja.

    According to reports, the young man was convicted on Wednesday, June 15, having pleaded guilty to one count charge of [email protected] impersonation.

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    The court was presided by Justice K.N. Ogbonnaya. He convicted and sentenced Chibuike Omemgboji to sweep a church for six months as part of the community service. The accused was said to have created different social media accounts on Facebook, and Instagram using a fake identity to defraud another person for the sum of $4,328.

    The charge reads…

    “That you, Chibuike Marshal Omemgboji (alias Surajo Ascencio) sometime in 2022 within the jurisdiction of this Honorable Court fraudulently [email protected] when you created social media accounts on Facebook and Instagram, misrepresenting yourself to be Surajo Ascencio upon which one Sarah Vakunta (aka Danne Gibbs) delivered the sum of $4,328 under the pretense that you are in love with her.

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    “Thereby committed an offense contrary to Section 320(a) of the Penal Code Laws of the Federation of Nigeria (Abuja) 1990 and punishable under Section 322 of the same Law.”


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