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Case Against Olisa Metuh Hits Another Huddle

An FCT High Court, Maitama, on Wednesday fixed Jan. 27, 2020 for the knowledge about a body of evidence against Olisa Metuh, a previous PDP representative, accused of criminal demolition of proof to open his protection. 

Metuh was summoned close by his organization, Desita by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC ) in January 2015 on a two-tally charge verging on supposed pulverization of proof. 

The case scheduled for the initiation of the barrier on Wednesday was additionally deferred in the case of the court. NAN reports that the chamber on the issue was all present, the litigant, Metuh was additionally present yet the court didn't sit and date was conceded to by every one of the gatherings. 

Equity Ishaq Bello, on Oct. 17, in his decision on the no-case-accommodation recorded by Metuh, requested him to enter the barrier. He said an at first sight argument was built up against him by the indicting counsel, Mr. Sylvanus Tahir. 

Bello said that the "perspective on this court" in the wake of auditing contentions by parties, "is that the application for a no-case - accommodation is deficient in merit. It is therefore expelled." 

He in this manner requested Metuh to enter his guard and deferred the preliminary until Nov 20 for the litigant to open his resistance. 

Metuh's insight, Dr. Onyechi Ikpeazu, SAN, had on Oct. 10, 2017, told the court that they would enter a no-case accommodation at the end of the indictment's case. 

Contending in the no-case accommodation, Ikpeazu had told the court that the indictment had not set up any case to warrant the litigant to be called to enter his safeguard. 

He said that the application was in as per the arrangements of Sections 302 and 357 of ACJA. 

The advice included that the litigant had established freedom and couldn't be arraigned where he either would not create an impression or pull back any piece of his writing over the span of creating an impression. 

Ikpeazu said that the litigant additionally reserved a privilege to drop any piece of his announcement deliberately. He reminded the court that the charge by EFCC was that Metuh demolished his announcement and blocked EFCC authorities by stubbornly tearing his announcement. 

Ikpeazu contended that a bit of paper not marked didn't qualify as an announcement by the litigant, and encouraged the court to release and vindicate the respondent. 

In any case, the indicting counsel Mr. Sylvanus Tahir asked the court to set up whether an at first sight body of evidence had been made against the litigant 

Tahir included that dropping was not the same as tearing which was an obstacle, and supplicated the court to call upon the litigant to enter his safeguard.
Case Against Olisa Metuh Hits Another Huddle Reviewed by FOW 24 News on November 20, 2019 Rating: 5 An FCT High Court, Maitama, on Wednesday fixed Jan. 27, 2020 for the knowledge about a body of evidence against Olisa Metuh, a previous PD...

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