The Federal Government is seeking an arrest warrant on a former Attorney
General of the Federation, Mohammed Adoke.
At the commencement of trial at the Federal High Court in Abuja, the EFCC informed Justice John Tsoho of an application for a warrant of arrest of the former AGF, seeking an advice on whether the application could be made orally or by way of a motion.
Justice Tsoho however refused to grant the arrest warrant, saying it would not be proper to do as the defendant was not before the court.
The counsel to the EFCC, Johnson Ojogbane said he asked for a long judgment to enable him bring the defendants before the court, adding that he intends to also amend the charges.
The Federal Government is embroiled in a legal tussle over the ownership of OPL 245, which claims was transferred to international oil giants, Shell and ENI in questionable circumstance.
Source: Channels TV