Stella Dimoko EFCC Traces Suspicious N632m To Former Enugu Chief Judge‎’s Account


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Thursday, January 12, 2017

EFCC Traces Suspicious N632m To Former Enugu Chief Judge‎’s Account

Operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) have discovered over N632million in an account belonging to former Enugu State Chief Judge, Innocent Azubuike Umezulike.

Some of the payments were made by lawyers, businessmen, politicians and litigants.

Justice Umezulike also operated the account without a Bank Verification Number (BVN), The Nation reports.

Meanwhile, the former Chief Judge has been invited for interrogation on January 17.
The probe of the judge followed petitions against him, including some sent to the National Judicial Council (NJC).

The NJC on September 29, 2016 recommended Justice Umezulike for compulsory retirement, alongside Justice Mohammed Tsamiya, who was the Presiding Justice of the Ilorin Division of the Court of Appeal

Justice Kabiru Auta of Kano State High Court was recommended for dismissal.

The NJC, among others, said it found Justice Umezulike guilty of allegedly “receiving a donation of N10m from a businessman, Prince Arthur Eze, during his book launch, while two cases in which Eze was said to have had “vested interest”, were in the judge’s court.”

from dailypost


  1. Been having several bad dreams about PEJ,but I know God will shame her enemies.

    1. God will shame her enemies only if she is innocent. Otherwise, the thunder that will fire her will carry fire and brimstone.

  2. Thieves i tell you! All of them.

  3. Hmmmm. There's too much corruption & corrupt leaders in this our Nigeria. God save the us.

    God Bless Everyone.

  4. And they keep shouting that there's no money in circulation, where as, na dem don steal and hurd all 9ja money.....Greedy thieves!!!

  5. My classmate's dad.


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