High Profile Corruption Cases Being Prosecuted By The EFCC [2003 till date]

 

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NAMECOURTCHARGEAMOUNT INVOLVEDJUDGECASE STATUS 
Ayo Fayose, former governor, Ekiti State

 

Federal High Court, Ado EkitiArraigned on 51 state counts. 

 

N1.2 billion

 

 

 

Justice Hobon Adamu

 

 

Inherited case filed since 17th Dec.2006

(Still in court)

 
Adenike Grange, former minister of healthFCT. High Court, Maitama

 

In December 2009, a Court of Appeal sitting in Abuja, in a unanimous verdict, ordered that Professor Grange should not stand further trial. She was discharged from facing prosecution and all charges were quashed 

 

N300 million

 

 

Granted bail by court since 2008

*Lifted

 

 

Inherited case filed since 2nd ApriI.2008. Accused cleared by Court of Appeal, Abuja

 
Joshua Dariye, former governor, Plateau State

 

FCT High Court, Gudu

 

Arraigned on 23 state counts. Plea already taken but defence lawyer challenged court jurisdiction. Case stalled at HC while on appeal for stay of trial. This is part of calculated attempt to prolong trial

 

 

 

N700 million

 

 

 

Granted bail by court since 2007

 

 

 

Inherited Case filed since 13th July 2007

 

 
Saminu Turaki, former governor, Jigawa State

 

FCT High Court, Maitama

 

Arraigned on 32 state counts. Plea already taken but defence lawyer challenged court jurisdiction. Case stalled at HC while seeking stay of trial at appeal court. lt is part of usual attempt to frustrate and prolong trial

 

 

 

N36 billion

 

 

 

Granted bail by court since 2007

 

 

 

Inherited case filed since 13th July 2007

 

 
Orji Uzor Kalu, former governor, Abia State

 

Fed. High Court, MaitamaArraigned on 107 state counts. Plea already taken but defence lawyer raised preliminary objection against charges. Lost at trial court but has gone on appeal to stay trial.lt is part of usual attempt to prolong trial.

 

 

 

 

N5 billion

 

 

 

Granted bail by court since 2008

 

 

 

Inherited case filed since 11th June 2007

(Still in court)

 
James lbori, former governor, Delta State

 

Federal High Court, Asaba

 

Arraigned on 170 state counts. Defence lawyer challenged Kaduna Fed. court jurisdiction, lost at trial court but won at appeal court.Case re-assigned by CJ to Asaba FHC. Without taking plea, suspect applied to quash charges, prosecution opposed application but trial judge quashed the charges Dec.19. EFCC filed appeal Dec. 23, 2009 and Jan. 8, 2010.

 

 

 

N9.2 billion

 

 

Granted bail by court since 2008

*Sentenced by UK Court

 

 

Inherited fresh charges filed In August, 2009

 

 

 
lyabo Obasanjo-Bello

 

FCT High Court, Maitama

 

Arraigned on 56 state counts. Plea already taken but case stalled as defence lawyer filed to challenge charges. Application pending for determination. This is part of frivolous applications to delay trial

 

 

 

N10 million

 

 

 

Granted bail by court since 2008

 

 

Inherited Case filed since April 2, 2008

(Case thrown out for lack of merit)

 
Lucky Igbinedion, former governor of Edo State 

Fed. High Court, Enugu

Arraigned on 191 state counts. Applied for plea bargain &Convicted but EFCC has appealed the judgment to seek for stiffer sanctions 

N4.3 billion

 

 

Case determined

 

 

Inherited Case filed on 23rd Jan.2008

 

 
Gabriel Aduku, former minister of healthFCT High Court, Maitama

 

Arraigned on 56 state counts. Court judgment on no case against suspect under review by EFCC 

N300 million

 

 

Case determined in 2008

 

 

Inherited Case filed on April 2nd 2008

 

 
Jolly Nyame, former governor of Taraba StateFed. High Court, Abuja

 

Arraigned on 21 state counts. Plea already taken but case is stalled as defence lawyer challenged court jurisdiction. Lost at HC, Appeal court, now before supreme court. This is a typical example of frivolous appeals to buy time and prolong trial. 

 

N180 million

 

 

 

Granted bail by court since 2008

 

 

Inherited Case filed since 13th July 2007

 

 
Chimaroke Nnamani, former governor of Enugu StateFed. High Court, Lagos

 

Arraigned on 105 state counts. Plea already taken but case is stalled as defence lawyer filed to transfer case to another judge on allegation of bias against trial judge even as counsel has again filed to challenge court jurisdic-tion. This is equally an attempt to prolong trial. 

 

 

N5.3 billion

 

 

 

 

Granted bail by court since 2007

 

 

 

Inherited Case filed since 11th Dec.2007

 

 
Michael Botmang, former governor of Plateau StateFed. High Court, Maitama

 

Arraigned on 31 state counts. Plea already taken but trial stalled due to suspect’s ailment, on dialysis. 

N1.5 billion

 

 

Granted bail by court since 2008

 

 

Commenced by Waziri on 18th July 2008. (Granted bail on health grounds)

 

 
Roland lyayi, former managing director of FAAN)FCT High Court, Maitama

 

Arraigned on 11 state counts. Plea already taken. Trial on-going Court taking prosecution witnesses testimony

 

 

N5.6 billion

 Commenced by Waziri in June 2008

 

 
Kenny Martins (Police Equipment Fund)FCT High Court, MaitamaArraigned on 28 amended state counts. Plea already taken and trial on-going. Witnesses under cross-examination. Continuation of trial fixed for Nov.9 

N774 million

 

Granted bail by court since 2008

 

 

Commenced by Waziri in June 2008. (Accused set free by Federal High Court, Abuja).

 
Nyesom Wike, former chief of staff to governor of Rivers State 

FCT High Court, Maitama

 

Arraigned on state counts. Court quashed charges. EFCC already appealed judgment. Appeal pending at appeal court. 

N4.670 billion

 

 

Granted bail by court since 2008

 

 

Commenced by Waziri on Oct.9 2008 (case sill in court)

 

 

 
Prof. BabaIola Borishade, former minister of aviation 

FCT High Court, Maitama

Arraigned on 11 state counts. Plea already taken and trial on-going. Prosecution witnesses under cross-examination. 

N5.6 billion

 

 

Granted bail by court since 2008

 

Commenced by Waziri in June 2008 (Still in court)

 

 
Boni Haruna, former governor, Adamawa State 

Fed. High Court, Maitama

Arraigned on amended 28 state counts. Plea taken. Adoption of motion slated for Nov 

N254 million

 

Granted bail by court since 2008

 

 

Commenced by Waziri in 2008

 

 
Femi Fani-Kayode, former minister of aviation 

Fed. High Court, Lagos

Arraigned on 47 state counts Plea taken but case stalled as a result of trial court’s refusal to admit e-print of suspect’s statement of account as evidence. EFCC on appeal against the decision. Matter pending at appeal court

 

 

 

N250 million

 

 

 

Granted bail by court in 2008

 

 

 

Commenced by Waziri in 2008 and cleared of charges in 2015

 
Prince Ibrahim Dumuje (Police Equipment Fund)FCT High Court, Abuja

 

Arraigned on 28 amended state counts. Plea taken and trial on-going. Prosecution witnesses under cross-examination. Continuation fixed for Nov.9N774 million 

Granted bail by court since 2008

 

 

Commenced by Waziri in June 2008

 

 
Bode George, chieftain of the ruling party, PDP

 

Fed. High Court, LagosArraigned on 68 state counts. Plea taken and trial concluded.N100 billionAccused convicted and sentenced to 2 years. Convict on appeal while serving jail term

 

Commenced by Waziri in Dec. 08 (Acquitted and sentence quashed by Supreme Court) (Dec. 2013) 
Rasheed Ladoja, former governor of Oyo State)Fed. High Court, Lagos

 

Arraigned on 33 state counts. Plea taken and trial on-going Prosecution witnesses slated for cross-examination in Nov.

 

 

N6 billion

 

 

Granted bail by court since 2008

 

 

Commenced by Waziri

 
Nicholas Ugbade, serving senator)

Hon. Ndudi Elumelu Hon. Mohammed Jibo, Hon. Paulinus Igwe, serving members of House of Representatives

Dr Aliyu Abdullahi (serving fed. perm. sec) Mr. Samuel Ibi. Mr. Simon Nanle,

Mr Lawrence Orekoya,

Mr Kayode Oyedeji, Mr. A. Garba Jahun, (This is the rural electrification three serving members of the House of Representatives, the permanent secretary of the ministry of power and other high profile public officers)

 

 

FCT High Court, Abuja

 

Plea taken while prosecution has filed more charges against suspects. The case has now been quashed by Abuja High Court in June 26, 2013. 

 

N5.2 billion

 

 

Remanded in Prison Custody and later granted bail by Court in 2009

 

 

 

Commenced by Waziri in May 2009

Abuja High Court cleared them.

 
Prof B. Sokan, Molkat Mutfwang,

Michael Aule,

Andrew Ekpanobi, (all directors)

Alexander Cozman (MD, Intermarket Ltd). (This is the UBEC case where high profile public servants connived with an American, Alexander Cozman) to defraud government.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Federal High Court, Abuja

 

 

Arraigned on 64 state counts. Plea taken while more charges were filed against suspects due to appearance of Prof Sokan. Matter adjourned to Nov 9 for suspects to take plea on amended charges

 

 

 

 

 

N636 million

 

 

 

 

Suspects remanded in prison custody and later granted bail by court in 2009.

 

 

 

 

 

Commenced by Waziri on May 19 2009

 

 
Dr Ransome Owan,

Mr. Abdulrahman Ado,

Mr. Adulrasak Alimi,

Mr. Onwuamaeze lloeje,

Mrs Grace Eyoma,

Mr. Mohammed Bunu,

Mr. Abimbola Odubiyi (This is the Nigeria Electricty Regulatory Commission case where the chairman and his six commissioners corruptly enriched themselves)

 

 

 

 

 

Federal High Court, Abuja

 

 

Arraigned on 196 state counts. Plea taken. Trial billed to com-mence while more charges were filed against suspects. Further hearing slated for Oct 29 Tom Iseghohi, Muhammed Buba, Mike Okoli, (GM & Managers of Transcorp Group PLC)

 

 

 

 

 

N1.5 billion

 

 

 

 

 

Granted bail by court in 2009

 

 

 

 

 

 

Commenced by Waziri on April 22, 2009

 

 
Dr Yuguda Manu Kaigama, chairman, Taraba State Civil Service CommissionTaraba State High Court 5, Jalingo

 

Arraigned on 37 state counts Plea taken and matter adjourned for trial. 

N17 million

 

Suspect remanded in prison custody. Co-accused, Yakubu Danjuma Takun, at large. 

 

Commenced by Waziri on Oct.10 2009

 

 
Dr (Mrs) Cecilia Ibru former CEO, Oceanic Bank PLC)Federal High Court, lkoyi, Lagos. Justice Dan Abutu

 

Arraigned on 25 state counts. Plea taken and case adjourned to Nov for trial

 

 

N160.2 billion

 

Suspect remanded in EFCC custody, but granted bail on 14/9/09

 

Commenced by Waziri on Aug 31, 2009 (convicted and sentenced to 6 months jail term).

 

 
Francis Atuche, former CEO, Bank PHB

 

Federal High Court, lkoyi, Lagos.

 

Arraigned on a 26 count charge. Plea taken. Suspect challenged charges but court upheld charges. Matter set for trial. 

N80 billion

Suspect remanded and later granted bail by court. His assets frozen.Commenced by Waziri on Oct. 28, 2009. 
Adamu Abudullahi, former governor of Nasarawa StateFederal High Court, Lafia, NasarawaArraigned on 149 court charges. Suspect granted bail by court. Case slated for trial.N15 billionSuspect on court bail.Commenced by Waziri on March 3, 2010 
Attahiru Bafarawa, former governor of Sokoto StateSokoro State High CourtArraigned on 47 count chargeN15 billionSuspect remanded in prison custody and later granted bail by court. Case slated for trialCommenced by Waziri on December 16, 2009. 
Francis Okokuro, Bayelsa State accountant general

 

 

Fed. High Court, AbujaArranged on 6 count chargeN2.4 billionSuspect remanded in prison custody till April 13.Commenced by Waziri on March 24, 2010 (case adjourned to January 23, 2014). 
Erastus Akingbola and his business associate, Mr. Bayo Dada

 

The Lagos High Court IkejaArraigned on 22-count of stealing N47.1bn belonging to the bank.47.1 billion NairaAkingbola was granted bail in the sum of N100m with two sureties in like sum. Dada was also granted a N50m bail with two sureties in like sum in 2011Commenced by Waziri in 2009 and still in Appeal Court challenging the lower court ruling. 
 

Hon. Farouk Lawan is standing trial alongside Hon. Boniface Emenalo

 

Abuja High Court Lawan is standing trial alongside Boniface Emenalo on a seven-count charge of allegedly obtaining N625 million bribe from oil magnate, Femi Otedola, the Chairman of Zenon Oil and Gas Ltd.N625 million bribeLawan and Emenalo had pleaded not guilty to the charge when they were arraigned on January 31, 2013.

Farouk Lawan and the secretary of the committee, Boniface Emenalo. The two men were granted bail on February 8, 2013 with N10m each after being  held in prison for about a week.

Commenced by Ibrahim Lamorde in 2013 
 

Hosea AyoolaAgboola

Oyo State High CourtArraigned on 11 count charge bordering on abuse of officeN11.5 billionHe was granted bail in October 2011Commenced by Waziri on October 11, 2011 
Ex-Oyo State Head of Service, Alhaja Kudirat AdelekeOyo State High Court.Adeleke and others  were arraigned over a  N5.6 billion fraud at the Local Government Pension BoardN5.6 billionThe accused Adeleke, Muili Aderemi, Iyabo Giwa, Adesina Ayoade, Oguntayo Banji, Adebiyi Olasunmbo, Muili Adedamola, Adeduntan Johnson, Johnson Bosede, Kareem Rasheed, Olujimi Adebayo and Adewale Kehinde are all standing trial for the embezzlement of pension fund totalling N5.6bn, which belongs to teachers in the state.Commenced by Ibrahim Lamorde in 2012 
 

Mrs. Veronica Onyegbula

 

Abuja High CourtMrs. Onyegbula, who was arraigned alongside Esai DangabarAtiku Abubakar,Ahmed WadaSani Zira, Uzoma AttangChristian Madubuke and John Yusuf, had earlier pleaded not guilty to an 18-count charge.N32.8 billion pension scamOne of the accused, John Yusuf, had pleaded guilty to stealing the pension funds and was controversially sentenced to two years in prison each on three counts with an option of N750, 000 on the three counts. He paid the fine and was set free but was subsequently re-arrested by the EFCC for false asset declaration in April 2013Commenced by Inbrahim Lamorde in 2013 
Esai Dangabai, a retired Director in the Ministry of Aviation; Atiku Abubakar Kigo, a permanent secretary in the office of the Head of Service; and Ahmed Wada, former Deputy Director Police Pension office, now attached to ministry of sports

 

 

 

Abuja  Federal High CourtEsai Dangabai, a retired Director in the Ministry of Aviation; Atiku Abubakar Kigo, a permanent secretary in the office of the Head of Service; and Ahmed Wada, former Deputy Director Police Pension office, now attached to ministry of sports are facing   20 charge of  the misappropriation of about N23 billion pension funds.N23 billion pension fundsEsai Dangabai, a retired Director in the Ministry of Aviation; Atiku Abubakar Kigo, a permanent secretary in the office of the Head of Service; and Ahmed Wada, former Deputy Director Police Pension office, now attached to ministry of sports are facing   20 charge of  the misappropriation of about N23 billion pension funds.
Others arraigned with them in an Abuja  Federal High Court  includes   Cyril Attang, former Chief Accountant in Police Pension office; Accountants  Veronica Onyegbula, Sani Habila Zira and Christian Madubuike
Same as above

Still in court

 
 Ms. Gilmaska, the Executive Officer of Icon Media and Marketing Agency Ltd

 

 

The FCT High CourtThe Economic and Financial Crime Commission, EFCC, is prosecuting Ms. Gilmaska, the Executive Officer of Icon Media and Marketing Agency Ltd, for allegedly forging and issuing a dud cheque of N9 million to one Tayo Olugbemi in 2012.dud cheque of N9 millionAn FCT High Court on Tuesday again ordered that a Polish woman, Dora Gilmaska, be remanded in EFCC custody pending when her lawyer, Selekowei Larry, will appear to argue her bail application.Same as above

But discharged of allegation by Lagos High Court

 
Chief Wale Babalakin and his co-defendants Alex Okoh, Stabilini Visioni Ltd., Bi-Courtney Ltd. and Renix Nigeria Ltd,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lagos State High CourtBabalakin and his co-defendants Alex Okoh, Stabilini Visioni Ltd., Bi-Courtney Ltd. and Renix Nigeria Ltd, were charged to court by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) over a 27-count charge of conspiracy, retention of proceeds of a criminal conduct and corruptly conferring benefit on account of public action.N4.7 billion fraudThe Chairman of Bi-Courtney Highway Service Limited, Dr. Wale Babalakin, has been granted bail by a Lagos State High Court on self recognition.
Babalakin was arraigned on Thursday, January 17, 2013 before Justice Adeniyi Onigbanjo by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission for alleged criminal conspiracy and money laundering to the tune of N4.7 billion.
Same as Above

Still in court

 
Sunday Ehindero

 

FCT High CourtThe ICPC filed a six-count charge against Ehindero and John Obaniyi, the suspended Commissioner of Police-in-charge of Budget at the Force Headquarters.embezzlement of N16 millionMr. Oniyangi (Judge) had granted the former police boss bail in the sum of N10 million. He is also to provide a surety with same amount. Failure to meet the bail conditions, Mr. Oniyangi ruled, the former police boss should be remanded in prison.Commenced by Ekpo Nta in 2012 and still in court
 

 

Dr. Sani Teidi Shauibu, Mrs. Phina Ukamaka Chidi, Aliyu Bello and twenty nine others

 Federal High Court sitting in AbujaThe Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has preferred 134-count charge against Dr. Sani Teidi Shauibu, Mrs. Phina Ukamaka Chidi, Aliyu Bello and twenty nine others, for allegedly defrauding the pension department, Office of the Head of Service of the Federation of Nigeria.N4.56 billion pension scamThy were granted bail in the sum of N10 million each with one surety each who must be property owners within the jurisdiction of the court.

The value of the property must not be less than N10 million. They are also to report to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Headquarters in Abuja every Monday pending the conclusion of investigations on some outstanding aspects of the fraud.

 

Commenced in 2011 and rearrested in April 2013 (still in court)
 

Hon. Adeyemi Ikuforiji

 

Federal High Court in LagosIkuforiji and his aide, Oyebode Atoyebi,  are facing a 54-count amended charge of money laundering amounting to over N600m.N7 billionThe former trial judge, Justice Okechukwu Okeke (now retired), had earlier granted bail to Ikuforiji on self recognition, but Justice Ibrahim Buba, who newly took over the case, imposed a fresh N1bn bail on each of the accused on Monday, June 24, 2013Commenced in 2012 and cleared by court
Prince Vincent Ogbulafor

 

 

Federal Capital Territory High CourtThe ICPC is prosecuting Mr. Ogbulafor, former Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, chairman and Minister of Special Duties, alongside Emeka Ebilah and Jude Nwokoro, on a 17-count charge of conspiracy and award of fictitious contracts worth N107 million.N107 million.The Chairman of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), Prince Vincent Ogbulafor and three others were arraigned before Justice Ishaq Bello of the FCT High Court, Abuja on a 16-count charge of abuse of office and theft.
Ogbulafor and the others, Mr. Emeka Ebilah, Henry Okoh and Jude Nwokoro were alleged to have conspired to defraud the Federal Government of various sums of money using their position in the National Economic Intelligence Committee, sometime in 2005 to amass wealth for themselves in the conduct of their official duties. Chief Vincent Ogbulafor was granted bail by Justice Ishaq Bello of Abuja Federal High Court on May 10, 2010
Commenced in 2010 and still in court
Fred Ajudua

 

Lagos High court, Ikeja

 

 

Ajudua and one Charles Okorie were earlier arraigned before Justice Joseph Oyewole in July 24, 2003 for allegedly defrauding Messrs Remy Cina and Pierre Vijgen between July 30, 1999 and Feb.9, 2000.

$1.69m Fraud

 

Ajudua and Orie were arraigned before Oyewole in 2003, but their case was truncated in 2005 after Ajudua absconded.
On June 11, 2013, he voluntarily appeared before the court, after almost eight years and Oyewole ordered him to be remanded in Kirikiri Maximum Prison.
Ajudua was however granted a N50 million bail by a vacation judge, Justice Ganiyu Safari, on grounds of ill-health.
Commenced in May 2003 and still in court
 Ifeanyi Anosike, Emeka Chukwu and Ngozi EkeomaLagos State High Court The Economic And Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on Thursday re-arraigned Ifeanyi Anosike, Emeka Chukwu, Ngozi Ekeoma; Anosyke Group of Companies and Dell Energy Limited before Justice Adeniyi Onigbanjo of the Lagos State High Court sitting in Ikeja, on an eight count of conspiracy to obtain by false pretence and forgery to the tune of N1, 537,278,880.82 (One Billion, Five Hundred and Thirty Seven Million, Two Hundred and Seventy Eight Thousand, Eight Hundred and Eighty Naira, Eighty-Two Kobo), being payments fraudulently received from the Petroleum Support Fund for a purported supply of 15, 000 metric tonnes of Premium Motor Spirit.N1.5 billion fuel subsidy fraudDefence counsel, Joseph Nwobike told the court that all the defendants had earlier been admitted to bail by the first trial judge and prayed the court to allow them continue enjoying the bail on the same conditions.Commenced in 2012 and still in court
Abdullahi Alao, Olarenwaju Olalusi and Opeyemi AjuyahIkeja High CourtThe EFCC had charged the marketers – Abdullahi Alao, Olarenwaju Olalusi and Opeyemi Ajuyah – with N1.1 billion subsidy fraud.N1.1 billion subsidy fraud.They were charged to court alongside their companies – Majope Investment Ltd. and Axenergy Ltd.Commenced in 2012 still in court
Mamman Ali, son of Ahmadu AliLagos High Court in IkejaAli, Christian Taylor, Seun Ogunbambo and Nasaman Oil Services are facing a 13-count charge of fuel subsidy fraud amounting to N4.46 billionN2.23bnJustice Adeniyi Onigbanjo in his ruling on the bail applications filed by their counsel, Messrs Wole Olanipekun and Olawale Akoni, granted them bail in the sum of N20 million each with two sureties in like sum.

The judge said one of the sureties must be a blood relative of the accused with a landed property in Lagos worth not less than N100 million, and must be accompanied by verifiable title documents.

 

Commenced in 2012

Still in court

Mahmud Tukur

 

 Ikeja High Court Mahmud Tukur, son of the Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, Alhaji BamangaTukur and four others arraigned before the Lagos High Court, Ikeja for allegedly defrauding the Federal Government of N1.8 billion in the fuel subsidy scheme.N1.8 billionMr. Onigbanjo, while stating that granting the defendants bail was necessary so that the matter would be “diligently prosecuted”; asked for N20million with two sureties each in like sum.

Other bail conditions

 

Same as above
Nasiru El-Rufaian FCT courtThe former minister, alongside Altine Jibrin, former director-general of the Abuja Geographic Information System (AGIS) and its former General Manager, Ismaila Iro, was first arraigned on May 12, 2010 and later re-arraigned on an amended eight- count charge on April 7, 2011.misconduct and abuse of office (Land grab)Justice Sadiq Umar discharged and acquitted the accused former government officials, saying the prosecution failed to prove the allegations against them but EFCC is challenging the rulingCommenced in 2009 and discharged and acquitted
Francis Okokuro, Bayelsa State Accountant GeneralFed High Court AbujaArraigned on 6 count chargeN2.4bSuspect remanded in prison custody till April 13, 2010Commenced by Waziri on March 24, 2010 still in court
Oladele Shittu, CEO of Credence InvestmentFederal High Court, KadunaArraigned on 136 count chargeN139bSuspect arraigned on March 23, 2010 and remanded in Kaduna prison till July 12, 2010Commenced by Waziri in 2010
Sunday Akinyemi, former CEO, Texas Connection FerriesLagos High CourtArraigned on 30 count chargeN90bSuspect arraigned on March 11 & April 11, 2010 and remanded in prison and later granted court bailCommenced by Waziri in 2010

 

Hon. T. Faniyi, Albert Soje and othersFederal High Court, AbujaArraigned on 30 count chargeN3bSuspect arraigned on April 1, 2010 and remanded in prison and later grated court bailCommenced by Waziri in 2010
Hamman Bello Hammed, Ex-CG, Customs and 6 othersLagos High CourtArraigned on 46 state counts. Plea taken matter adjourned for trialN2.5bSuspects remanded in Kirikiri&Ikoyi Prisons and later granted bail by court in 2009Commenced by Waziri in 2009
Dr. Bartholomew, Former CEO, Union Bank Plc and 3 othersFederal High Court IkoyiArraigned on 28 state counts. Plea taken and case adjourned for trialN187.1bSuspects remanded in EFCC custody but granted bail on Sept 15, 2009Commenced by Waziri in 2009
Raymond Obieri, Fmr Chairman, Intercontinental Bank Plc and 6 othersFederal High Court IkoyiArraigned on 18 state counts. Plea taken and case adjourned for trialN131.8bSuspects remanded in EFCC custody but granted bail on Sept 14, 2009Commenced by Waziri in 2009
Sebastian Adigwe, Peter Ololo, Falcon Securities LtdFederal High Court, Ikoyi, LagosArraigned on 36 state counts. Plea taken and case adjourned for trialN277.3bSuspects remanded in Prison custom but granted bail on Sept 15, 2009Commenced by Waziri in August 2009 and still in court

 

Source: EFCC (Our Milestone Magazine, May, 2010)

Updated by Murtala Aleem

 

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