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Jonathan Refuses To Appear Before Justice Abang

Former President Goodluck Jonathan is yet to appear as a witness in a money laundering case between the federal government and Olisa Metuh, former national publicity secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

Okon Abang, the presiding judge of the federal high court in Abuja, had on Tuesday insisted that Jonathan must appear before the court as a witness in the case after Metuh had made the request.

He said the ex-President was mandated by the decision of the appellate court to appear before him to testify in the criminal suit.

When the court resumed its sitting on Wednesday morning, Jonathan was absent.

Sambo Dasuki, former national security adviser (NSA), who was also billed to appear before the court as a defense witness, was also not seen in court at the time of filing this report.

On October 3, the court of appeal, Abuja, granted an application filed by Metuh to compel the ex-President to testify in the N400 million fraud charge brought against the applicant.

The N400 million was alleged to have been disbursed from the office of the former NSA.

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