In a statement obtained from its tweeter handle, the EFCC said leave has been granted by Justice ValenOmokore conspiracy gratification
EFCC had informed the court, through its prosecution counsel, Mr Faruk Abdullahi that the former minister left the country while investigations were ongoing and are currently based in the United
The prosecution further alleged that Alison–Madueke refused to honour an invitation to appear at the Commission.
Specifically, the suspects would be arraigned for allegedly accepting and giving gifts of properties described as penthouse 22, Block B, Admiralty Estate, Ikoyi, and penthouse 21, building 5, block C, Banana Island, all in Lagos.
The EFCC said the alleged offence, contravened Corrupt
Counsel for the second defendant, Tayo Adeniyo (SAN) told the court that his client was not served with the charges and his client was ready to clear his name.
On November 11, EFCC confirmed that the process to repatriate Alison-Madueke, from the United Kingdom has begun.