The suspect in police custody.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
The Federal Public Prosecution ordered the imprisonment of the owner and manager of a private company, who fraudulently obtained sum of money from Emirati trainees in the company within the Nafis programme.
An investigation proved that the owner and manager of a private company that includes two employees, registered his company within the Nafis program through its digital platform to train citizens on e-commerce and commercial mediation.
The prosecution explained that the owner of the company registered 296 trainees of both sexes, and stipulated that they pay sum of money that each of them deposited in the company’s account, claiming that it was part of an initiative to donate to charity, threatening them that if they did not pay those sum, he would evaluate their training with a failure rate, and it was also found that nobody provided them direct training of scientific or practical value, which is considered a fraud to take their money unjustly, and in violation of the provisions of the Nafis Programme.
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Brigadier General Mohammed Suhail Al Rashidi, Director of Criminal Security Sector at Abu Dhabi Police, affirmed that the police would be on the lookout for anyone who seeks to undermine the security of society and seize people's money fraudulently.
The details of the case refer to the filing of a lawsuit in which a man demanded another obligation to pay him Dhs35,000 with legal interest, and his compensation for the damages incurred by him in the amount of Dhs10,000 in addition to the fees and expenses and in exchange for the attorneys' fees.
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Suspect had a criminal record and was jailed pending a case of illegal trade in foreign exchange outside the banking market at black market prices.
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