Stella Dimoko Judge Orders Arrest Of 'Police Officer' Witness In Notorious Fraudster Seun Egbegbe’s Fraud Case


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Friday, 6 October 2017

Judge Orders Arrest Of 'Police Officer' Witness In Notorious Fraudster Seun Egbegbe’s Fraud Case

The Federal High Court in Lagos has ordered the arrest of a police officer, Bello Abubakar, listed as the first prosecution witness in the case of a Nigerian film maker, Olajide Kazeem, better known as Seun Egbegbe, who was charged with serial frauds involving N39, 098,100, $90,000 and £12,550.

The trial judge in the case, Justice Oluremi Oguntoyinbo, said on Thursday that Abubakar must be produced before her on October 11 to continue his testimony.

The judge had earlier issued a bench warrant against Abubakar, ordering that he must be in court on Thursday. The police officer, however, failed to appear, to the judge’s displeasure. The police prosecutor, Innocent Anyigor, told the judge that Abubakar had gone out of jurisdiction, adding that all his efforts to bring him to court on Thursday failed.

Justice Oguntoyinbo berated the police prosecutor for the poor handling of the case, which had been filed before her since February.

She said the witness must be brought before her on October 11.

From Punch

*Seun Egbegbegbe is still in Detention?wow


  1. Replies
    1. Stupid you

    2. So they should jail the guy without any witness under oath based on what u read online.

  2. Stella he said he is in his parlour and not in detention... Lol


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