A contract staff with Diamond Bank Plc, Eniola Morondiya, and four other persons have been arraigned by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC before a Lagos Federal High Court, on alleged fraud of N240 million.
Others arraigned along with the banker were; Suleiman Mohammed, Ibrahim Danazumi, Roland Aroko, and Francis Akpabio.
The five accused persons were arraigned before the court on a six count-charge bordering on fraud, stealing, forgery and conspiracy to defraud Diamond Bank of the said sum.
The EFCC prosecutor, Mr. E. K. Ugwu had informed the court that first accused person, Morondiya, a contract staff of the bank, allegedly conspired with other accused persons, to use a key logger to copy sensitive materials from the bank’s computer with a view to getting access to some accounts.
He also alleged that the accused persons have also transferred the said funds from two accounts of the bank to multiple accounts, making the fraud to be traced.
All the accused persons pleaded not guilty to all the count charges.
At the resumed proceedings of the matter on Monday, the trial judge, Justice Okon Abang, admitted bail on each of the accused persons in the sum of fifty million naira and two sureties in the sum of twenty five million naira each.
The judge also ordered that, one of the sureties must be a civil servant in Federal Civil Service on Grade level 12 and above, with a three-year tax clearance certificate, while the other surety must be owners of landed property in Ikoyi, Lekki Phase 1 or Victoria Island, Lagos.
The matter has been adjourned till November 18, for commencement of trial.

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