Tuesday, 14 April 2015

Confiscation Hearing-London Court Adjourns James Ibori’s Case To June 6 2016

Hearing in the case of confiscation brought before a London Court in the UK against the former Governor of Delta State, James Ibori has been adjourned by Judge Anthony Pitts of the Southwark Crown Court to June 6 2016 on Monday.

Judge Pitts granted the adjournment to allow him time attend to a case of attempt to pervert the course of justice brought against Ibori’s co-defendant, Mr. Bradresh Gohil.

Gohil’s counsel alleged in court, at the hearing yesterday, that a British Police Officer, Mcdonald, who is a lead investigating officer in the case involving Gohil and Ibori, had been involved in collecting money for information involving Gohil and Risk Management company.

Source: Vanguard

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