Federal High Court Of Nigeria
The suit filed before the Abuja Federal High Court by the fugitive former penson boss, Abdulrasheed Maina, seeking payment of N100 million for the abuse of his fundamental human right, has been struck out by the court.
There may be some reprieve for the embattled chairman of the disbanded Pension Reform Task Team (PRTT), Malam Abdulrasheed Maina, as a Federal High Court sitting in Abuja has barred the EFCC from declaring him wanted.
Confirming the bail granted to the activist, Oluyemi Fasipe, one of Adeyanju's allies, said: “I can confirm to you that he has been granted bail. The bail bond consists of N50,000 and sureties with landed properties in Kano.”
Adams Oshiomhole, national chairman of the APC, is to appear before a Federal High Court, in a contempt suit. The appearance follows an alleged flouting of a court order restraining him from dissolving the party's Anambra exco.
Justice Chuka Obiozor of the Lagos division of the Federal High Court has recused himself from the criminal trial of Paul Usoro, the president of the Nigerian Bar Association, making him the second judge to withdraw from the case.
A Federal High Court sitting in Makurdi, on Tuesday, February 12, ordered the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission and two commercial banks to jointly pay N100 million to the Benue state government for freezing its accounts.