Saturday, August 22, 2009

Nigerian Student Charged With Possession Of Fake Currencies

SEREMBAN, Aug 21 (Bernama) -- A Nigerian student pleaded guilty in the Magistrate Court here Friday to possession of fake currencies at a hotel in Nilai, near here, last Saturday.

Anere Possible Ifeanyi, 20, is charged with possession of the fake currencies, comprising 5,370 pieces of RM50 notes, 604 pieces of RM100 notes and 38 pieces of USD100 notes, at Hotel Nilai at 2am on Aug 15.

Magistrate Nur Azlina Hashim allowed him to be released on a bail of RM6,500 in one local surety pending hearing on Sept 30.

She also ordered Ifeanyi, who is studying at a private college in Kuala Lumpur, to surrender his passport to the court.

In another case, Nur Azlina ordered Camara Mohamed Kekoura, from the Republic of Guinea, to pay fine of RM6,000, in default 10 months jail, after he pleaded guilty to using an international passport belonging to another person.

Kekoura, 26, a student of a private college in Cyberjaya, was charged with using a passport, No. K0021903 and bearing the name of Ousmane Cisse, at Hotel Nilai at 2am on Aug 15, 2009. -- BERNAMA

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