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  • Court grants Niger PDP chairman N150m bail for alleged N937m fraud
  • On Friday, June 23, 2017 a Minna High
    Court granted Mr Tanko Beji, Chairman of the
    PDP in Niger who is standing trial on alleged
    N937million fraud, bail in the sum of
    N150million.
    Justice Aliyu Mayaki, who granted the bail, also
    ordered Beji to produce two sureties in like sum,
    who must also have landed property worth not
    less than N200million within the court’s
    jurisdiction.
    According to the judge, the prosecution failed to
    give cogent reasons why the defendant should
    not be granted bail.
    The judge had on Monday ordered the remand in
    prison custody of Beji, and fixed Friday, June 23,
    to rule on his bail application. Beji was arraigned
    on Monday by the EFCC in amended charges,
    alongside former Gov. Babangida Aliyu and
    former Commissioner of Environment, Mr Umar
    Nasko.
    They were accused of criminal breach of trust,
    punishable under Section 97 of the Penal Code
    Law of Niger, Cap 94, Vol. 3 Laws of 1992. The
    PDP chairman was accused of aiding and abetting
    Aliyu to convert N937million withdrawn from the
    state security account in 2011 to personal use.
    The case was adjourned until Sept. 11 to Sept.15
    for hearing of the substantive suit.

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