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Kagara abduction: We are not ready to pay ransom, but we are making effort – Niger govt

The Federal Excessive Courtroom, Abuja, has refused to grant Abdulrasheed Maina, a former Chairman of defunct Pension Reformed Job Pressure Workforce (PRTT) bail.

Recall that the courtroom, on November 18, 2020, revoked Maina’s bail and ordered his arrest after he jumped bail.

The courtroom additionally granted the EFCC’s request that his trial within the fraud expenses is performed in his absence.

DAILY POST had reported that the Financial and Monetary Crimes Fee (EFCC), on Wednesday, urged the Federal Excessive Courtroom, Abuja to not put aside its order of Nov 18, 2020, towards the previous Chairman of the defunct PRTT.

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Counsel to the EFCC, Mohammed Abubakar, instructed Justice Okon Abang to reject Maina’s request on the bottom that it was made to delay justice in his trial.

Following the event, the ex-pension boss had, in an interlocutory injunction dated Feb 9 and filed on Feb 10, urged the courtroom to put aside its Nov 18 order that his trial proceeds in absentia.

Nonetheless, Justice Okon Abang in his ruling on Thursday held that Maina’s utility for bail lacked benefit.

Justice Abang mentioned although it was on the courtroom’s discretion to grant bail, the ex-pension reformed boss didn’t deserve a bail after leaping the primary bail.

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The choose mentioned that Maina didn’t place adequate supplies earlier than the courtroom to persuade the courtroom that he deserves the second bail.

Based on him, the medical report introduced from the College of Abuja Instructing Hospital confirmed that Maina was not underneath any medical emergency.

The choose mentioned Maina was not solely a flight danger however a confirmed danger, having fled to the Republic of Niger and Chad in violation of the courtroom order.

“He has disillusioned the courtroom,” he dominated.

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