Woman in court because she refused to refund N600,000 borrowed from Church


The police in Ogun State have charged one Mrs. Funmilayo Ayodele under the watchful eye of an Ogun Magistrates’ court sitting in Abeokuta.

The 40-year-old Ayodele was hauled under the watchful eye of the court Friday for purportedly declining to take care of a N600,000 credit she obtained from a Cherubim and Seraphim church helpful society at Lantoro Abeokuta.

The police said Ayodele was docked on a three-tally charge verging on robbery, misrepresentation and rupture of open harmony.

In any case, the lady has argued not liable to the charges.

As indicated by the Prosecution Counsel, Inspector Olu-Balogun Lawrence, the litigant supposedly acquired the cash in February 2019 from one Pastor Micheal Oguntade, promising to repay in August same year in the wake of beginning a business.

Be that as it may, the indictment counsel said Ayodele, rather than discounting the cash, turned to undermining the minister with hooligans in his home; the motivation behind why she was accounted for to the police.

She has since been conceded bail in the whole of N200,000 with two sureties in like aggregate.

The Magistrate, Olakunleyin Oke, said the sureties must be people living inside the court purview with proof of assessment installments to the Ogun Government.

The case has been dismissed until Feb. 21 for preliminary.