Executive Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Ibrahim Lamorde today disclosed that the Commission has recovered N4.3billion from suspects involved in the petroleum subsidy scam.
Further hearing in the N25.7billion theft charge preferred against former managing director of Bank PHB, Mr Fancis Atuche, his wife, Elizabeth and Ugo Anyanwu, by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC was today ( April 15, 2014) stalled at the Lagos High Court, Ikeja following the absence of key defence witness, who is said to be a handwriting expert.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission EFCC today told a Lagos High Court sitting in Ikeja that Fidelis Ogbechie, defence witness in the on-going trial of former managing director of defunct Bank PHB, Francis Atuche was not a witness of truth as his claim that that his employers, ICON Stockbrokers Limited was lead Stockbroker to Bank PHB is false.
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