Lt. Colonel Obi was brought before Justice Mojisola Dada on an 11-count charge of conspiracy, forgery, and possession and use of the false document on Friday, March 25, Leadership reports.
The lawsit was made at the Ikeja court by the Economic and Finiancial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Independent added.
The EFCC, through its lawyer, Franklin Ofoma, also brought before the court a former staff of Oceanic Bank, Felix Onyakhamoh and one Adewale Mesioye.
According to Ofoma, the defendants forged a form CAC 2A Return of Allotment of Dreamworld Leisures Limited sometime in 2021 in Lagos.
Part of the suit read:
“Paul Obi, Onyakhamoh and Mesioye sometime in 2021 in Lagos, with intent to defraud knowingly forged a document title ‘The Federal Republic of Nigeria companies and Allied Matters Act, 1990 Company Limited By Shares, Special Resolution of DreamWorld Leisure Limited Dated 10th day of September 2020.
“Paul Obi, Onyakhamoh and Mesioye, sometimes in 2022 in Lagos, with intent to defraud knowingly used a false document titled: ‘The Federal Republic of Nigeria companies and Allied Matters Act, 1990 Company Limited By Shares, Special Resolution of Dream World Leisure Limited dated 10th day of September 2020 at the Corporate Affairs Commission.”