The trial of former Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Elder Godsday Orubebe, at the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT) has been adjourned till November 26, 2015 for proper hearing.
Orubebe had appeared before the CCT sitting in Abuja on Monday, November 9 over a four-count charge of alleged bribe and false assets declaration but the case was adjourned because the prosecutors refused to present a witness before the court.
Before the judge adjourned the case till November 26, 2015 for proper hearing, supporters of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chieftain had stormed the court in their hundreds and showed their grievances by displaying placards with different inscriptions, one of which was “Ijaw Community Association, Abuja say no to these anti-corruption war targeted on south-south indigenes”, among several others.
***Read Blank NEWS Online for regular news updates…Also like us on Facebook & follow us on Twitter @blanknewsonlin1
Advertise in Blank NEWS Online.
Visit Us @:
Phone: +234 8037 644 337
E.I.C: Albert Eruorhe Ograka