Thursday, 28 September 2017

N4.9billion Fraud: How Fani-Kayode Paid Me N30m-Witness 2/2

Oyedepo, consequently, asked the court to disapprove the contention of the insight to Fani Kayode. 

Likewise, the second arraignment witness, PW2, Teslim Ajuwon, a representative of Zenith Bank Plc., told the court how he got a letter from EFCC asking for the record opening documentation, endorsement of ID and articulation of record of Joint Trust Dimension Limited. 

Ajuwon, who fills in as Compliance Officer with the bank, told the court that he later sent the records appropriately marked by him to the EFCC as asked. In any case, when the arraignment advise tried to delicate the archives in prove, advice to the respondents questioned their suitability. Insight to the main litigant, Ferdinand Obi, SAN, told the court the reports were not in his ownership and that he would need to address the court from the records. 

He additionally told the court that the archives were purportedly printed from Zenith Bank Plc and that they were neither marked nor dated. "This isn't in congruity with the arrangement of Evidence Act, 2011," he included. 

He, along these lines, encouraged the court to dismiss the archives and check them as rejected. After much contentions between guide, the arraignment pulled back the records. 

Justice Aikawa deferred the issue to November 20, 21 and 22, 2017 for continuation of trial.


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