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Ansa McAl salesman on GYD$22 million fraud charge

Apollos Manoharlall

An Ansa McAl salesman was Monday arraigned on four charges of embezzling a total of GYD$22 million.

Thirty-two year old Apollos Manoharlall of 299 Fourth Street Alexander pleaded not guilty after the charges were read to him by Chief Magistrate, Ann Mc Lennan.

He was a salesman in the construction department of Ansa Mc Al.

Manoharlall was granted GYD$400,000 bail on each charge- a total of GYD$1.6 million- and ordered to return to court on July 17, 2017.

He is represented by Attorney-at-Law, Sase Gunraj who told the court that his client was not a flight risk and he was willing to lodge his passport.

The charges stated that during March 28, 2017 to April 7, 2017  while  Manoharlall  was employed as a clerk or servant at Ansa McAl, he fraudulently embezzled more than GYD$22 million taken into cash by himself or in the name of his employee.

When the charge was read to Manoharlall , he denied the allegations put to him.

  • rs dasai

    From what details stem the allegations?

  • rudeo

    thiefing prick…another coolie

    • rs dasai

      rudeo
      Do you mean ‘an Indian coolie’ as against ‘ a Negro coolie’ or a ‘Portuguese’ or ‘Chinese’ or ‘Japanese’ or ‘Amerindian’. OR just ‘coolie’ without reference to ethnicity?

  • Andycapp

    Shut your crap A$$waxx. Crimes are crimes. Most Indians don’t deal drugs, or smuggle gold, don’t have staff to underpay but are employees who are themselves underpaid, are forced to pay bribes by the majority Afro Guyanese public servants to get basic services simply because they are uneducated and weak.