ALGIERS- The so-called “Future Gate” case involving several what is commonly known as “influencers”, including Numidia Lezoul, Rifka and Stanley prosecuted for “forgery and use of forgery”, “money laundering and violation of the regulations governing the movement of capital’ has caused much ink to flow.
In this vein, Numidia Lezoul was acquitted, on Tuesday, of the charges brought against her in the case of fraud against Algerian students, while Farouk Boudjemline, known as “Rifka,” and Mohamed Aberkane, known as “Stanley”, were sentenced to a year of prison, including suspended six months.
The three “influencers” will leave prison today after the Court of Algiers delivered its verdict in the case relating to the scam by the company “Future Gate”.
The owner of this agency, Oussama Rezagui, was sentenced to 6 years in prison.
On August 3, the Attorney General at the Court of Algiers requested 10 years in prison with a fine of one million DA, against Rezagui, and a sentence of 2 years in prison with a fine of 500,000 DA against Numidia Lezoul, Rifka and Stanley.
Placed in detention in January 2022, following a complaint filed by 75 Algerian students who were victims of fraud, the “influencers” were prosecuted for “forgery and use of forgery”, “money laundering and violation of the regulations governing the movement of capital”.