Former CBN Governor, Godwin Emefiele, Granted Bail Amidst Corruption Charges


Former CBN Governor, Godwin Emefiele, Granted Bail Amidst Corruption Charges

In a recent development, former Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Mr. Godwin Emefiele.

Appeared before an Abuja High Court at Maitama to respond to corruption charges leveled against him by the Federal Government.

The Honorable Justice Olukayode Adeniyi granted Emefiele bail, emphasizing the need for a fair and timely trial.

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During the hearing, Justice Adeniyi directed that Emefiele be released into the custody of his legal representatives.

Who are entrusted with ensuring his appearance in court for arraignment next week or on any other scheduled date.

Additionally, the judge mandated Emefiele to surrender his travel documents to the chief registrar of the court, as a precautionary measure until his arraignment.

Addressing the court, Justice Adeniyi underscored the importance of expediting the legal process.

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And stressed that extended detention without a proper trial is untenable. He pointed out that Emefiele had been in custody for an alarming 151 days.

Emphasizing the need for the Federal Government and the Attorney General of the Federation to adhere to court orders.

The substantive motion on notice and the preliminary objection have been adjourned for hearing on November 17, 2023.

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This marks a crucial date in Emefiele's legal proceedings, where further details of the case will come to light.

The proceedings surrounding Mr. Godwin Emefiele, the former CBN Governor, have taken a significant turn with his appearance in court and subsequent bail.

As the legal process unfolds, it is imperative that both the prosecution and defense adhere to due process and ensure a fair and just trial.

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The adjourned hearing on November 17, 2023, will be a pivotal moment in this case, shedding more light on the charges against Emefiele and the path forward in this legal battle.

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