Prove you're human!

KADPOLY Student Sentenced to 5 Years Imprisonment for Cybercrime


A Quantity Survey student of Kaduna Polytechnic (KADPOLY) has been sentenced to a five years imprisonment for cybercrime. See the full details below.

kad[poly student sentence to 5 years imprisonment for fraud

Justice Mohammed Tukur, of the Kaduna State High Court sitting in Kaduna on Wednesday, October 21, sentenced one Babuwa Christopher, a student of Quantity Survey, Kaduna state polytechnic to five years imprisonment for fraud.

According to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), the convict was arrested at a lodge in Barnawa, Kaduna, based on intelligence reports on his involvement in cyber crime. 

The officials said fraudulent documents including Debit cards of several tier-one banks in Nigeria, bearing different names were recovered from him during his arrest. 

The student was convicted after he pleaded guilty to an amended one-count criminal charge. Justice Tukur, then convicted and sentenced him to five years imprisonment with an option of One Hundred Thousand Naira (N100,000) fine.


Follow Us On Twitter

You May Also Like