Suinner, together with his cohort, allegedly hijacked the email address and letterhead of a company named Greenview Development Nigeria Limited and used same to write a letter to Access Bank Plc to transfer N25, 000,000 to the account of ICT Aid Foundation Cooperative Society domiciled with United Bank for Africa, UBA.
The money was allegedly transferred on July 14.
Also, the suspected fraudsters, on July 22, allegedly wrote to Access Bank to transfer of the sum of N12, 000,000 (Twelve Million Naira)| to the account of one Tee-EM Nigeria Limited domiciled with UBA.
One of the charges reads:
“That you, Jules Suinner, on or about the 13th day of July 2015, in Abuja, within the jurisdiction of this Honourable Court, with intent to obtain money under false pretence, conspired with ICT Aid Foundation Cooperative Society (still at large) and others (still at large) to fraudulently impersonate officials of Greenview Development Nigeria Limited.”
The suspect pleaded not guilty to the charges when they were read to him.
Justice Kuewumi ordered the suspect to be remanded in prison custody and adjourned to September 14, 2016 for commencement of trial.