Ajudua, Bamaiyi:, Fraud

Ajudua, Bamaiyi:

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14.5.2019

$8.4M fraud: Ajudua’s counsel absconds midway into cross-examination of Bamaiyi vanguardngr.com vanguardnews

A mild drama occurred at an Ikeja High Court on Tuesday as defence counsel, Mr Allen Agbaka, absconded from courtroom midway into cross-examination of

At 12.40p.m., Agbaka informed the court that he would like to seek an adjournment of the trial because he had a doctor’s appointment at 1.00pm.

She ruled that the trial would be stood down for 30 minutes till 1.10p.m. to enable him to refresh and conclude the cross-examination.

She stood down the trial for another 30 minutes to enable thecounsel to return to conclude the cross-examination.

Reacting to the development, Mr Seidu Atteh, lead counsel to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), said that Agbaka’s action was unprofessional.

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She said: “The defence counsel’s conduct is not setting a good example for the younger ones coming behind. This is a case that has suffered untold delay since 2013, when the information was filed.

“The defendant was finally arraigned on May 16, 2017. Trial did not commence until Nov. 26, 2018, when the court took the evidence-in-chief of PW1. Cross-examination finally commenced on Feb. 21.

The judge, however, adjourned the case until June 14 for the continuation of Bamaiyi’s cross-examination.

“The money was to go through the defendant to Afe Babalola. I heard of Afe Babalola before this case; he is a very famous lawyer; that was why he was recommended to me.

“There was no way the defendant will show me a written bill from Afe Babalola because the whole transaction was not straight. It was deceitful,” Bamaiyi said.

The prosecution alleges that Ajudua had alongside some accomplices, approached Bamaiyi in the prison in 2004.

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