Adesola Bucnor charged in Port Harcourt for imitating an armed force general

Adesola Bucnor (otherwise known as Ven. Major A.R.C.Bucnor) has been charged in Port Harcourt for imitating an armed force general.

He was summoned before Justice Adamu Turaki of the Federal High Court sitting in Port Harcourt, Rivers State on a five-tally charge verging on pantomime, fabrication and getting cash by falsification.

The suspect is being arraigned for acting like Brigadier General Dawuk Danfulani of Headquarter, Directorate of Chaplain Services Protestant, Nigerian Army, Lagos.

He purportedly “designated” the Vice Chancelor, Rivers State University, Professor Blessing Diba, as Chief Command Patron of the Nigerian Army Chaplain Service and marked the “Appontment Letter” for the sake of Brigadier General Dawuk Danfulani.

In the letter, he requested for money related help for the diversion of visitors welcomed to the establishment of Dibia and a thanksgiving function after his establishment. To loan assurance to the ” Appointment Letter”, Bucknor professedly manufactured the logo of the Nigerian Army Chaplain Services and marked the record as needs be.

Tally one read;

“that you Adesola Bucknor (aka Ven. Maj. A.R.C.Bucknor) sometimes in May 2018 at Port Harcourt within the jurisdiction of this Federal High Court, did attempt to obtain money from one Prof. Blessing Didia, Vice Chancellor, Rivers State University, under the pretence that he has been appointed as the Chief command patron , Nigeria Army Chaplain Services Port Harcourt a pretence which you knew to be false and thereby committed an offence punishable under section 1(3) of the Advance Fee Fraud and Related Offences Act 2006.

In perspective of his supplication, the indictment guide, Sadiq Hussaini, connected for a date for the initiation of preliminary yet the resistance direct, B.O. Tedeye educated the court that she was simply educated of her customer’s arraignment.

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She orally moved an application for safeguard saying the respondent had a sensible surety to take him on safeguard. The court, be that as it may, advised her to apply with a composed application.

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