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EFCC misled court into granting temporary forfeiture order — Saraki

 

Former Senate President, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki has said that the EFCC may have misled the court into granting an order for a temporary forfeiture of his property on 17A McDonald Road, Ikoyi.

 

Saraki in a statement said that neither him nor his lawyers were aware of any application by the EFCC for any forfeiture order.

 

He said there is a subsisting court order issued by the Federal High Court, Abuja, in which the same property was a subject matter and where the EFCC and the Federal Ministry of Justice were parties. The court in that case gave an order restraining the EFCC from taking any further action until the matter is determined.

 

“We are sure the FHC judge in Lagos was not aware of all these facts and has therefore been misled into giving the temporary forfeiture order.  The affected property, House Number 17 A and 17B, was specifically  listed in the case against him at the Code of Conduct Tribunal in which the EFCC was part of the prosecution and the case went up to the Supreme Court where the apex court in its July 6, 2018 judgement ruled in his favour.

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