CCT Postpones Judgment To July 19 In Orubebe’s Trial

 CCT Postpones Judgment To July 19 In Orubebe’s Trial

orubebeThe Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT) has postponed the judgment earlier scheduled for today in the false asset declaration case against former Niger-Delta Minister, Godsday Orubebe.
The tribunal has rescheduled the judge for July 19. The postponement was informed by the absence of the tribunal Chairman, Danladi Umar, who is said to have travelled out of Abuja.
The tribunal had on June 2 this year, chosen June 30 for judgment Delta Minister, Godsday Orubebe.
The tribunal chose the date after Orubebe concluded his defence having called two witnesses, including himself.
Orubebe was earlier in November 8, 2015 arraigned on a four-count charge of false asset declaration and bribery by the office of the Attorney General of the Federation.
The prosecution, on March 8 this year, announced an amendment to the charge, reducing the counts to one. He pleaded not guilty to the amended charge of false asset declaration on March 8 when he was re-arraigned.

LTV

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