Alleged fraud: Court threatens to revoke Shehu Sani’s bail
A Federal High Court in Abuja has taken steps to renounce the bail allowed Senator Shehu Sani should he neglect to show up in court on the following booked date in his preliminary.
Sani is being investigated under the steady gaze of the court on a two-count charge recorded as a detriment to him by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
The commission affirmed that Sani occupied with name-dropping and getting USD$25,000.00 from Alhaji Sani Dauda of ASD Motors, Kaduna, under an affectation that he would utilize the cash to pay off the Acting Chairman of the EFCC, Ibrahim Magu, to shield Dauda from EFCC's examination and brief the commission to capture and indict one Abubakar Musa who is having an issue with Dauda.
On his arraignment recently, Sani argued not liable, after which he was allowed bail at N10million.
At the notice of the case on Monday, indictment legal counselor, Abbah Mohammed told the court that the case was scheduled for continuation of preliminary.
Mohammed said he was prepared and that he has two observers in court.
Legal advisor to the litigant, A. A. Ibrahim (SAN) said his customer couldn't make it to court since one of his neighbor, Alhaji Shehu Usman passed on of COVID 19.
Ibrahim included the measures embraced by the Kaduna State Government made it hard for individuals to move around.
He included that the between state lockdown likewise aggravated issues.
View pictures in App save up to 80% data. Ibrahim looked for a dismissal, following which Justice Inyang Ekwo proposed that gatherings should return after the court's long get-away later in September.
In any case, upon offer by Mohammed, who looked for a prior date, Justice consented to allow them four days before the get-away.
In a decision, Justice Ekwo dismissed till July 6, 7, 8 and 9 for continuation of preliminary.
The appointed authority at that point said he would not stop for a second to renounce the bail allowed the respondent in the event that he neglects to go to court on the following date.