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Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Court Orders Arrest Of Ex PRTT Boss Maina's Son Faisal For Failure To Appear In Court

The Federal High Court, Abuja, on Tuesday, ordered the revocation of the bail granted to Faisal Maina, son of Abdulrasheed Maina, ex-chairman, defunct Pension Reformed Task Team, for failure to appear for his trial on money laundering charges.








Justice Okon Abang, who made the order, also issued a bench warrant for his arrest “anywhere he is sighted by security agencies.”

Justice Abang, in addition, issued a summon on Faisal’s surety, Rep. Sani Umar Dan-Galadima, who represents Kaura Namoda Federal Constituency of Zamfara, to appear before the court on Wednesday, to show cause why the bail bond should not be forfeited.

The court had, on Nov. 26, 2019, admitted Faisal to bail in the sum of N60 million with a surety in the like sum who must be a member of the House of Representatives.


Dan-Galadima had deposed to an affidavit of means, on Dec. 11, 2019, to always come to court at every adjourned date and produce Faisal in court.

from pmnews




*So Maina and his son think jumping bail is the best.....This is a big lesson for those who stand in as surety for alleged looters....see how they ran without conscience

8 comments:

  1. Stella your comment just cracked me up. Which one is "see how they ran without conscience" Do politicians or their families have a conscience to even start with.

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  2. This boy that pulled a gun at the Police.

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  3. Ole, see how he is looking....

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  4. in your mind you think they dont know where they are? playing politics with this case...if they are serious and have their facts seek his extradiction from Dubai...

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  5. Stella
    Conscience ke
    Politicians no get o

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  6. Instead of terming them flight risk,they were left to their devices;they would rather hold on to the passports of Nigerians seeking ways to better the country. Really don't blame them as they see us as gullible beings, very soon we would be nominated at various showbiz ceremonies both national and internationally for having very unserious leaders.

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  7. Stella all na format. The property submitted for their bail was 500 million when they stole billions. Theuvdidnt expect that the court will ask the surety to be remanded in prison until the property is sold and I bet you that the 500 million will appear without stress so the surety can walk away. If they are serious, they should flag Interpol and seek for their repatriation.

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  8. What weren't their passports siezed,this seems very political.

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