Gagiyouwe Thank God' Tuesday Cruise ' Jailed Yahoo Yahoo (Photo)-Crime

A 25-year-old singer based in Port Harcourt, Gagiyouwe ThankGod a.k.a Tuesday Cruise bagged a six-month jail sentence after being arraigned before Federal High Court Justice A.T. Mohammed sitting in Port Harcourt, Rivers State on a one count charge.
The charge against the singer detained by operatives of the Uyo Zonal Office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, reads:
"You, Gagiyouwe Pal Thankgod (alias Chris Henry) fraudulently impersonated one Chris Henry by using his email in Nigeria on or about the 11th day of July 2019, within the jurisdiction of this national court.
Property or any advantage from one John Smith and other unsuspecting persons, the pretense that you knew to be false and thus committed an offense contrary to Section 22(2)(b)(ii) & (iii) of the Cyber Crimes Act (provision, prevention, etc.) 2015 and punishable under Section 22(2)(b)(iv) of the Act.
"Tuesday Cruise was convicted and sentenced to six months ' imprisonment with the option of imprisonment.
An EFCC declaration reads in portion;
' Thankgod, a 25-year-old entertainer with the stage name' Tuesday Cruise,' was charged on a one-count charge by the Uyo Zonal Office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on 24 July 2019.
He pleaded' guilty' to the charge and, in the light of his plea, EFCC counsel, Adebayo Soares prayed to the tribunal to convict him and sentence him accordingly.
A laptop was discovered on him at the moment of his arrest and a forensic analysis of it led to the retrieval of multiple scam papers, which the convict confessed to have sent primarily to female foreign citizens in order to flee their hard-earned cash under multiple disguises.



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