The Federal Excessive Courtroom in Osogbo has terminated a case filed by the Non-Educational Employees Union of Universities (NASU) of the Osun State College in opposition to the Financial and Monetary Crimes Fee and the Vice-Chancellor of UNIOSUN, Professor Labode Popoola.
The College’s NASU dragged the EFCC and Professor Laboode to court docket over the mismanagement of funds belonging to the establishment, amongst different corruption instances as contained in its petition to the Fee.
The NASU Counsel, Kanmi Ajibola referred the Courtroom to the duties of the EFCC and urged the court docket to grant the NASU’s prayers.
Nonetheless, the EFCC Counsel, M.S Usman in his 17 paragraphs counter-affidavit, twelve reveals and a written tackle requested: “whether or not the court docket, having regard to the circumstances of the case might grant the reliefs sought by the applicant.”
Usman urged the Courtroom to not grant the NASU’s prayers as they lack the ethical and authorized standing to hunt the order of mandamus.
The petition of NASU which was supported with paperwork to EFCC in opposition to the Vice-Chancellor of the Osun State College claimed that the EFCC, in its obligation, failed to research and prosecute Professor Labode Popoola.
The EFCC Counsel disclosed that the anti-graft company has accomplished all which is predicted of it by legislation in relation to the petition written in opposition to the Vice-Chancellor.
The presiding choose, Justice P.O. Lifu in his ruling, refused the candidates prayers
“Primarily based on the above reasoning and conclusion, the applicant’s prayer is hereby refused and is accordingly dismissed as missing benefit.” The choose dominated.