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Fayose’s representative, Lere Olayinka charged over asserted N13.5m extortion

The police on Wednesday summoned Lere Olayinka, representative to previous Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose, in an Ado-Ekiti Chief Magistrates’ Court for claimed N13.5 million misrepresentation.

The examiner, Insp. Johnson Okunade, told the court that the respondent submitted the offense somewhere in the range of 2014 and 2018 at the Broadcasting Service of Ekiti State, (BSES) Ilokun in Ado-Ekiti.

Okunade claimed that the respondent, as an open official mishandled his office when he neglected to dispatch income collected to the Broadcasting station to the tune of N13.5 million to the record of Ekiti State Government.

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He said the litigant, being the Director-General of the Broadcasting station, manhandled his office when he approved voyaging remittance of N7m in his name for ventures not set out upon.

He included that Lere additionally supposedly took and changed over N13.5m having a place with the Broadcasting Station to his very own utilization.

The investigator noticed that the offense contradicted the arrangements of segments 104, 390(5) and 419 of the Criminal Code, Laws of Ekiti State, 2012.

He approached the court for a dismissal to empower him to examine the case record and present his observers.

The respondent argued not liable to the charges.

Be that as it may, Counsel to the litigant, Former Attorney-General of Ekiti State, Mr Kolapo Kolade, supplicated the court to give his customer bail in the most liberal terms.

Administering, the Chief Magistrate, Mr Adesoji Adegboye, conceded the respondent to bail in the aggregate of N1 million with two sureties in like whole having unquestionable locations in the entirety of N500,000.

Adegboye said that one of the sureties must be a network head, while the second should deliver verification of land proprietorship.

The case was deferred until April 27 for hearing.

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