The Federal High Court, Abuja on Wednesday, suspended the progressing preliminary of a previous legislative head of Adamawa State Murtala Nyako until May 13 for
the barrier to interrogate the 20th indictment witness, Mr Chris Odofin.
At the point when the issue was called, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) counsel, Mr Oluwaleke Atolagbe, told the court that Nyako’s councel,
Mr Kanu Agabi (SAN), composed a letter to the arraignment saying that he would be missing in court.
Atolagbe, notwithstanding, told the court that the arraignment was prepared to go on with the issue as they had their observer in court.
The councel from the defence group, Mr Bart Ogah, said that they additionally required more opportunity to get records of procedures of the court to empower
them plan to question the observer.
He said that the observer had affirmed over an extensive stretch of time and it was directly for the defence to appropriately plan to question him.
The preliminary judge, Justice Okon Abang, dismissed the issue until May 13, May 14 and May 15.
Nyako is being indicted with his child, Senator Abdulaziz Nyako, Abubakar Aliyu and Zulkifik Abba on a 37-count charge of criminal scheme, taking,
maltreatment of office and illegal tax avoidance. (NAN)