Mike Ozekhome, a legal advisor to a previous Attorney General of the Federation has said his customer is being oppressed – Ozekhome said the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has neglected to respect the bail conditions allowed to Mohammed Adoke – The legal counselor said the EFCC has surged his customer to the FMC in Abuja because of his bombing wellbeing condition The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has supposedly moved a previous pastor of equity and Attorney General of the Federation, Mohammed Adoke, to the Federal Medical Center in Abuja.
The exposure was made by an insight to Adoke, Mike Ozekhome on Thursday, February 6. The Cable reports that Ozekhome in an announcement said the commission has would not discharge the previous AGF regardless of meeting the bail condition gave to him by a Federal High Court in Abuja on January 30. Ozekhome said the court took cognisance of his customer’s unexpected weakness before allowing him bail yet the commission has kept on keeping his customer – adding up to abuse and not arraignment.
Taking note of that Adoke’s wellbeing has kept on breaking down, Ozekhome said his customer is down with jungle fever, typhoid and rankled lips and sore throat in spite of the underlying spinal line and back torment he endures. “This has constrained the EFCC to swiftly move him to the Federal Medical Center, Airport Road, Abuja,” Ozekhome said.
He said by declining to comply with the request for the court, the EFCC “is presently comprising itself into a re-appraising court or council over court choices.” Mike Ozekhome said his customer is being aggrieved and not indicted
He said it is wretched that a previous AGF of the nation could be so pitifully abuseed with such audacious lack of respect to his humankind and nobility for his individual, over supposed infractions, the infractions of which a capable official courtroom had plainly excused him in a milestone choice. “We submissively advance most sincerely, to the EFCC, to regard a legitimate court request, by discharging Mr Bello Adoke, SAN, forthwith, from his illicit, unlawful illegitimate, and unlawful confinement,” Ozekhome included.