The Financial and Economic Crimes Commission has charged a US business person, Marco Ramirez alongside his firms i.e USA Now and Eagle Ford Instalodge Group on eight countes bordering on getting money by fake pretences that is around $3.2 million.
As per the information by spokesman of EFCC, Wilson Uwujaren, Ramirez, was brought before the High Court Justice of Federal Capital Territory, sitting in Maitama.
As per the complaints, Frank Egbon and Prince Ejikeme Mgbemena the suspect allegedly pledged them that he will invest money under US EB-5 program.
The complaints further charged that the suspect had pledged to offer US Green Card for their family members under 18 years.
The accused individual has pleaded that he is not guilty to the charges made against him. in view of his plea, Samuel A Ugwuegbulam, prosecution counsel, has requested the court for trial date.
as a result, Justice Affen had adjourned the case for hearing of application for bail and ordered the guilty to be remanded in the custody of EFCC.