Power Cut Forces Judge To Adjourn Babalakin’s Case till April 30

The request by the Chairman of Bi-Courtney Limited, Wale Babalakin asking the court to dismiss the N4.7B fraud case against him by the EFCC has been adjourned.
At the Ikeja High Court, Lagos where Babalakin filed the application before Justice Lateef Lawal-Akapo, the case could not be heard due to power outage.
The High Court in Ikeja was said to have depended on the use of a generator which abruptly packed up some days ago and disrupted many activities of the court amongst which was the fraud charge against Wale Babalakin.
The hearing of Babalakin’s application has been adjourned till April 30, 2014.
The EFCC charged Babalakin and four others to court on 27 counts bordering on conspiracy and retention of proceeds of a criminal conduct.
Babalakin’s co-defendants in the case are Alex Okoh, Stabilini Visioni Limited, Bi-Courtney Limited and Renix Nigeria Limited.

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