A Nigerian pastor, Ebenezer Oduntan, has been arrested and charged with theft price about €70,000 from an organization and church in Co Kildare over an eight-year interval.
In a press release, the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement (ODCE) stated Ebenezer Oduntan (55), with an tackle at The Close, Curragh Grange, Newbridge, Co Kildare, was arrested and charged at Newbridge Garda Station.
He was later delivered to Naas District Court. He faces 30 prices of theft, 4 prices of furnishing false data, in addition to 5 prices of offering incorrect data.
The prices comply with an investigation by the ODCE in relation to the alleged misappropriation of monies from the corporate and church of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, City of David, based mostly in Toughers Business Park, Naas, Co Kildare.
Evidence of arrest, cost, and warning was given by Detective Garda Glenn Mackessy of the ODCE, IrishTimes studies. He instructed the courtroom that the Director of Public Prosecutions had directed trial on indictment.
Detective Garda Mackessy instructed Judge Desmond Zaidan that it was alleged Oduntan was a director of the corporate and pastor of the church when the alleged offenses occurred between 2012 and 2020. The complete worth of the theft prices is roughly €70,000.
Oduntan has been remanded on bail to look once more at Naas District Court in November for service of a e-book of proof.