Former Governor Chimaroke Nnamani to appear in court again for money laundering

by Chi Ibe


Former Governor of Enugu State, Chimaroke Nnamani, was re-arraigned before a Federal High Court Lagos earlier today in connection with money laundering, News Agency of Nigeria reports.

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, had re-arraigned Nnamani, his former aide, Sunday Anyaogu, and seven companies which included Rainbownet (Nig) Ltd, Hillgate (Nig) Ltd, Cosmos FM, Capital City Automobile (Nig) Ltd, Renaissance University Teaching Hospital and Mea Mater Elizabeth High School.

According to reports; they all pleaded not guilty to the amended 105-count charge.

NAN which bring to mind that they were first arraigned in 2007 said the newest charged came after Justice Charles Archibong was transferred from the Lagos Division and a new the case handed to a new judge, Justice Mohammed Yunusa who is allegedly the third judge to handle the matter after Archibong.

Following a plea for bail by counsel, Riky Tarfa (SAN), to allow his clients continue their earlier bail granted by Archibong, the case was adjourned to May 28 for hearing.

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