Alleged N104.7m fraud: EFCC presents another witness against Masari

Alleged N104.7m fraud: EFCC presents another witness against Masari

“The outflow to Abubakar Mahmud Wambai was N2.8m and another credit of N3m to Anthony Madwate. On the same day, there was a cheque with No. 462 of N140, 000, which was paid to one Engr. Habu.” He also told the court that there was a credit of N3m to Bature’s GTB account and thereafter

“The outflow to Abubakar Mahmud Wambai was N2.8m and another credit of N3m to Anthony Madwate. On the same day, there was a cheque with No. 462 of N140, 000, which was paid to one Engr. Habu.”
He also told the court that there was a credit of N3m to Bature’s GTB account and thereafter the judge adjourned the case to October 16, 2019 for continuation of trial and fixed November 7, 2019 for ruling on the application filed by the defence seeking to quash the charges.
Similarly, an FCT High Court in Maitama, Abuja fixed December 11, for hearing in the trial of Col. Sambo Dasuki (rtd.) and four others over alleged misappropriation of N19.4b arms funds.
Justice Hussein Baba-Yusuf adjourned the trial after EFCC’s Counsel, Oluwaleken Atolegbe, who held brief for Rotimi Jacob (SAN), notified the court of a motion he filed.
Dasuki, former National Security Adviser (NSA) under former President Goodluck Jonathan was arraigned alongside a former Minister of State for Finance, Bashir Yuguda, former Sokoto State Governor, Attahiru Bafarawa, his son, Sagir and his company, Dalhatu Investments Limited.
They are facing 25-count charge bordering on criminal breach of trust, misappropriation of public funds amounting to N19. 4 billion.
At the resumed hearing, Atolagbe informed the court that the case was adjourned for hearing, adding that the prosecution was ready to go on with the case as its witness was in court.

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