TASUED student, four others sentenced to wash toilet for ‘Yahoo Yahoo’
A final year student of Tai Solarin University, Ogun State, Amusa Abdulhakeem Oluwasegunfunmi, accused of “fraudulent impersonation”, has been sentenced to wash public toilets for eight months
The Economic Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) disclosed this in a statement on Tuesday upon securing the convictions of Mr Oluwasegunfunmi and four others.
“Justice Ayo-Emmanuel of the Federal High Court, Osogbo, Osun State convicted and sentenced Oluwasegunfunmi, to eight months community service for fraudulent impersonation, contrary to section 22 (2) (b) (1) of the Cybercrimes (Prohibition, Prevention etc.) Act, 2015.
“The sentence requires him to clean the toilets at Ataoja School of Science, Osogbo, Osun State,” the statement reads in part.
Other students convicted alongside Mr Oluwasegunfunmi are, Ajisafe Sodiq Olaide, Lawal Samuel Morenikeji, Osuolale Abdullahi Abiodun and Olamilekan Ridwan Taofeek.
Mr Olaide was also sentenced to six months community service for obtaining money by false pretence, Mr Morenikeji was sentenced to six months community service, while Mr Abiodun and Mr Taofeek bagged one week community service for their respective offences.
The EFCC secured conviction of the five students before the Federal and State High Courts in Ibadan, Oyo State and Osogbo, Osun State respectively on Monday.
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