Judge’s absence stalls suit seeking forfeiture of Patience Jonathan’s money  

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The EFCC has commenced fresh moves to seize funds in 15 bank accounts linked to former first lady, Patience Jonathan totalling $6.4m and over N7.4 billion, The commission's counsel Rotimi Oyedepo appeared before judge Mojisola Olatoregun seeking to move an ex parte application for a temporary forfeiture of the said funds - The move was, however, interrupted by Mrs Jonathan’s lawyer Ifedayo Adedipe who challenged the court’s jurisdiction to entertain the ex parte application A Lagos Division of the Federal High Court on Monday, February 12, adjourned till February 14 to hear a motion in a suit seeking forfeiture of funds linked to former first lady, Patience Jonathan. News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) had begun fresh moves to seize the funds, including $6.4 million and N7.4 billion, in 15 bank accounts linked to Mrs Jonathan. The suit, which was fixed for hearing on Monday, February 12, was stalled following the

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Posted : 12/02/2018 3:32 pm

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