How Uche Ogah Contacted A Spiritual Pastor To Pray For Him To Escape Jail


By Joseph Uguru,Abia

President of Masters Energy, Mr Uchechukwu Sampson Ogah, who is currently standing trial at a Tinubu Magistrate Court in Lagos appears headed for deeper mess as documents available to PUO REPORTS  has revealed how he contacted Spiritual Pastor to pray for him in order to escape Jail over Billions of Money he Fraudulently siphoned from Zenith Bank

Mr Ogah who recently obtained a controversial ruling from Justice Okon Abang of Abuja High Court might soon be explaining to security agencies his involvement in multi billion Fraud perpetrated while he was working at Zenith Bank.

Mr Uche Ogah joined  Zenith Bank in 1997. He rose to the position of an Assistant General Manager (AGM) in Zenith Bank and resigned in 2007 .

It was the desperation to ensure he gets Immunity to cover the Fraud that made Mr Uche Ogah to shop for a Judge who can magically declare him Governor  of Abia State.

PUO REPORTS obtained copies of documents related to the transaction from a religious source who was contacted by Mr Ogah to pray for him to escape from the long arm of the law. The documents are already with the anti-graft agency and further investigations are currently going on at Abuja and Lagos branches of Zenith Bank.

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It will be recalled that last month Uche Ogah and his company, Masters Energy, were arraigned before a Tinubu Magistrate Court on charges of fraud and forgery. Details of the case marked as Case number A/62/2016 at the Tinubu Magistrate Lagos under Chief Magistrate Mrs Kikeloma Ayeye and being prosecuted by ASP HENRY OBAZI reads in part:

“That you, Masters Energy Oil and Gas Limited, Uche Ogah, and others at large sometime in March 2011 at Ikeja, in the Lagos Magisterial District, did conspire among yourselves to wit: forgery.

“That you, Masters Energy Oil and Gas Limited, Uche Ogah, and others at large, on the same date, time, place and in the aforementioned magisterial district, did forge the signature of one Mrs. Bridget Adeosun and a document known as MoU between Mut-Hass Petroleum Limited and Masters Energy Oil and Gas Limited, with an intent that it may be in any way used or acted upon as genuine.

“That you, Deji Somoye, United Bank for Africa and others still at large, sometime in August 2011, at UBA regional office, Palmgrove, in the Lagos Magisterial District, did knowing that Masters Energy Oil and Gas Limited design to commit an offence, failed to use all reasonable means to prevent the commission or the completion of the crime.”

Mr Ogah is currently out on bail and the matter will be coming up on the 4th of August 2016


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