EFCC To Re-arraign Gbenga Daniel On Abuse Of Office & Public Fund
Gbenga Daniel will be returning to legal trenches soon, following the permission granted to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC by the state Chief Judge’s, Justice Olopade on the 30th of March, 2012.
According to the spokesman for the commission, Mr. Wilson Uwujaren, the Chief Judge has granted the request of the EFCC to Re-arraign the former governor of Ogun State, Governor Gbenga Daniel on a 38 counts of Abuse of Office and misappropriation of Public fund.
The EFCC further stated that with the consent given by the state chief judge, Daniel would be arraigned before Justice Mabekoje on April 16 in Abeokuta on the 38-count.
The former Governor, Daniel, who was first arraigned by the EFCC in October, 2011, received a temporary pardon in February, 2012 when a High Court sitting in Abeokuta, the state capital, discharged and acquitted him of the money laundering charges filed against him.
The court dismissed the charges saying “the EFCC committed a fundamental error for not seeking the leave of the court before filling the charges containing the indictable offenses.”
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