Okonkwo “If Yahaya Likes Let Him Get 1000 Ex-Parte Orders, He’ll Be Arraigned Except He Flees Nigeria”

Attorney Kenneth Okonkwo, a prominent member of the Labour Party (LP), has said that the former governor of Kogi state will still face charges even if the court issues 1000 ex-parte orders. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

The story that SUNDAY SUN published included this statement.

In a report titled, “EFCC vs Yahaya Bello and the abuse of ex-parte order”, Okonkwo said 1000 ex-parte orders cannot stop the former governor of Kogi state from being arraigned in court. Okonkwo said Yahaya Bello will not be arraigned only if he flees Nigeria and becomes a fugitive.

He was quoted as saying that;

“If Yahaya likes, let him get a 1000 ex-parte orders from court, he will eventually be arraigned in court, except he flees out of Nigeria and officially becomes a fugitive, or except the EFCC changes its mind. Nobody is above the law, even if the person is the President of the United States of America, the most powerful citizen in the world”.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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  1. Then Ododo also must be prosecuted along with him for aiding and albeiting his escape from EFCC and for misusing his immunity as a gov’nor. QED🤠🤠🤣🤣

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