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BREAKING: NBA President Paul Usoro Arrives High Court in Lagos For Arraignment

President of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Paul Usoro, has arrived the Federal High Court sitting in Lagos for his scheduled arraignment by the EFCC.

He arrived the federal high court on Monday morning.

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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) had levelled a ten-count charge against Usoro on allegations of money laundering.

EFCC’s allegations against Usoro relates to converting to personal use, concealing the source of, disguising the origin of and holding in his account sums of money to the tune of billions of Naira belonging to the Akwa Ibom State government.

More Details soon…

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