There was a mild drama at the Federal Territory High Court sitting in Maitama, Abuja, on Thursday when the police prosecutor fallaciously accused prominent whistleblower, Dr. George Uboh, of recording court proceedings with a special device.
Dr. Uboh, it could be recalled, was arraigned in the case of IGP V. Uboh, his allegation that over $2.5 billion was missing under the watch of the Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria [CBN], Dr. Godwin Emefiele.
When the case came up for hearing today, February 27, for continuation of trial, the police prosecutor Simon Lough asked for adjournment.
The sought adjournment was premised on the ground that the police witness had diarrhea and fever and it was granted by the judge.
However, instead of leaving, Lough started lamenting about the reportage of the case in the media.
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