The Department of State Service (DSS) in Kano has denied complicity in the released of a suspected Fraudster Yunusa Ado who uses N-Poverty and International NGOs to defraud over 5000 Persons of more than N18 million.
Yunusa Ado who was arrested late last week by the DSS after getting intelligent reports on his activities was taken to a Senior Magistrate Court 72 Normansland from where he was remanded in Prison.
A senior officer of the service who spoke to Solacebase in Kano under conditions of anonymity added that ” as Operatives, we did our jobs of arresting the suspected fraudster and took him to Court and it was propagative of the Judge to release him not us”.
“But to our utmost surprise, the same Yunusa was seen on the same night moving around freely, which shows that the Judge granted him bail”, the DSS said.
Yunusa Ado who was said to have recruited Agents who go about registering unsuspecting Customers on a sum of between N30,000 to N50,000 for Job Offer at N-Poverty was also said to have defrauded over 5000 people.
Already after generating heavy incomes from his fraudulent acts, Yunusa Ado was reported to have purchased N6 Million house for his mother in a choice area in Kano.
The DSS source further explained that at the Court, Yunusa had confessed of his sins and seek forgiveness with a promise to refund the money to all that he has defrauded.
According to the source, “That was when he was remanded in the Prison and the case adjourned to next Tuesday, but only for the victims to see Yunusa moving freely, well we cannot question the prerogative of the Judge in releasing him, but we are not an accomplice.’’
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