Police keep mum on alleged invasion of Supreme Court Justice, Mary Odili’s house in Abuja -GCFRNG

Police keep mum on alleged invasion of Supreme Court Justice, Mary Odili’s house in Abuja -GCFRNG

Following reports that agents of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission broke into the Maitama home of Supreme Court Justice Mary Odili in Abuja on Friday and the EFCC’s denial that their agents were not part of the her, the police authorities at the Force headquarters have remained silent. on the matter.

Recall that there were reports that operatives who were accompanied by police, went to the judge’s house to execute a search warrant as part of the investigations of her husband, Peter Odili, who is a former governor of the state of Rivers.

Odili, governor from 1999 to 2007, had obtained a perpetual injunction from a Federal High Court in 2007 prohibiting the EFCC from investigating or prosecuting him.

In 2020, he again approached a Federal Superior Court to obtain another court order to stop an imminent investigation.

Last month, the former governor sued the Nigerian Immigration Service for confiscating his passport at the airport.

However, in his response, the NIS said that it was the EFCC that asked him to seize Odili’s passport as part of an investigation.

Judge Inyang Ekwo, however, ordered immigration to hand over the passport to Odili immediately.

Several calls from Vanguard to the Force’s public relations officer, CP Frank Mba, to comment on the alleged involvement of the police, were unsuccessful as he did not respond to his calls.

The text messages that were sent to him on his well-known WhatsApp line were not answered.

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Police keep mum on alleged invasion of Supreme Court Justice, Mary Odili’s house in Abuja -GCFRNG

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