A Federal High Court sitting in Abuja, has issued a warrant for the arrest of the immediate past clerk of the National Assembly Mohammed Sani-Omolori.
Justice Suleman Belgore of the FCT high court sitting in Abuja issued the order, following an ex parte application filed by the economic and financial crimes commission, EFCC, seeking an order of the court for Omolori’s arrest
According to the commission, the EFCC said it was investigating an allegation on the diversion of 14 Toyota Hilux vehicles and 13 Peugeot 508 vehicles valued at over N400 million.
in the course of the investigation, Adamu Muhammad, secretary of the National Assembly Commission, Oluseye Ajakaye and others were invited to its office
EFCC alleged that the invitees made revelations indicting Omolori after which letters were sent to him on the 4th of November 2019, which he failed to honour.
EFCC added that it also sent another letter to Omolori on the 16th of March 2020, which he failed to honour after which the commission was left with no choice than to issue a warrant of arrest against him.