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Politics Abacha’s loot: S’Court decides January 17- The Sun

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The Supreme Court has set aside January 17, 2014 to deliver judgement in the case involving Mohammed Sani Abacha, the eldest surviving son of the late head of state, General Sani Abacha.

Mohammed Sani Abacha has challenged the over 100-count criminal charge slammed on him at the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) High Court, Abuja for allegedly receiving stolen money belonging to the Federal Government.

Read more at http://sunnewsonline.com/new/cover/abachas-loot-scourt-decides-january-17/
 
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curator

curator

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hmmm... several presidents have come and gone, many criminals have come and gone and this case is still on?
 
Jules

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hmmm... several presidents have come and gone, many criminals have come and gone and this case is still on?
It certainly wouldn't be resolved during GEJ's tenure. Mohammed Abacha is one of his staunch supportrs in the north, GEj doesn't care about corruption...his gaze is fixed on 2015
 
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leo

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The Supreme Court has set aside January 17, 2014 to deliver judgement in the case involving Mohammed Sani Abacha, the eldest surviving son of the late head of state, General Sani Abacha.

Mohammed Sani Abacha has challenged the over 100-count criminal charge slammed on him at the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) High Court, Abuja for allegedly receiving stolen money belonging to the Federal Government.

Read more at http://sunnewsonline.com/new/cover/abachas-loot-scourt-decides-january-17/
No case at all.
 
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