JUST IN: Fraudsters Target Retired Judicial Officers Over Retirement Benefits  

Fraudsters Target Retired Judicial Officers Over Retirement Benefits  

The National Judicial Council (NJC) has raised the alarm over orchestrated plans by a group of fraudsters to defraud retired Judicial officers across the country.

According to the Council, fraudsters have been calling its retired Judicial officers on telephone demanding for various sums of to help them fast-track payment of their retirement benefits.

But, the NJC, in a statement in on Sunday, signed by its Director of Information, Barrister Soji Oye, dissociated the Council from the actions of the suspected fraudsters and pleaded with retired Judicial officers not to fall victims of the unscrupulous persons.

The statement, which alerted the retired Judicial officers and the public to the sinister motive, read in part: “The attention of the National Judicial Council has been drawn to the incessant calls being made to retired Judicial Officers by some unscrupulous individuals demanding payments to fast track the processing of their retirement benefits.

“The National Judicial Council by this medium, informs retired Judicial Officers and members of the public to disregard such phone calls as NJC would never demand money from any Judicial Officer to fast track the payment of his retirement benefit.


“The public is hereby advised to be wary of and report such calls to the Department of the Council for appropriate action.”

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