Fuel subsidy suspects refused to show in court

Lagos High Court has adjourned the arraignment of the first batch of oil subsidy fraud suspects till Thursday after all the accused persons failed to appear in court.

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission had on Tuesday released the names of the first group of 20 suspected fraudsters billed for arraignment over their involvement in the subsidy scam.

The suspects include Mahmud Tukur, the son of the national chairman of the ruling PDP, Bamanga Tukur. He is the managaing director of Eterna Oil.

7 COMMENTS

  1. whn will oll dis bull shirt come 2 an end …………….. Where is dis our kon-3 moving2???????????????
    whn will oll dis bull shirt come 2 an end …………….. Where is dis our kon-3 moving2???????????????

  2. Those names mention by the EFCC ar they abov the laws and order 4 them to appear in court?I beliv the court wl kw hw to track them dwn by their positns.

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