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A confused police witness indicted himself with his video played during hearing in the case between the chairman of George Uboh Whistleblower Network (GUWN), Dr. George Uboh and the governor of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Mr. Godwin Emefiele. Wednesday’s proceeding was a continuation of the Trial Within Trial (TWT) which commenced on Monday, June 22. The trial judge, Justice Yusuf Halilu had ordered for a TWT after the whistleblower accused the police of obtaining statement from him under duress. To ascertain the veracity of the claim, Justice Halilu ordered that Trial Within Trial be conducted. On Monday, the Prosecution counsel told the court that he has a video to show that Mr. Uboh gave his statement voluntarily. The court granted the Prosecution permission to show the video footage to the court and video was shown today. THE WHISTLEBLOWER DEFENCE COUNSEL BEGINS ON FIERY NOTE The day began with the lead defence counsel, Mr. Idumodin Ogumu, Esq. rejecting the video and a document which were only served him Tuesday evening. Mr. Ogumu, raising objection over the files served yesterday, said he needed time to study and respond accordingly. After several minutes of heated exchange between Justice Halilu and Barrister Ogumu, the judge prevailed on him and the studio was set. In the video, which seems deliberately distorted, Uboh was seen writing in what seems like a paper and there it ends. The contents were so heavily blurred that the write-up was ultimately missing, hence impossible to decipher. Also, the audio part of the video was totally lacking. Under cross-examination by the prosecution counsel, the Trial Within Trial Witness 1(TWTW 1), Superintendent of Police, Stanley explained that he used his Samsung phone to record the process of statement taking. He added that accused was cautioned, wrote voluntarily, in an air conditioned office and that three officers were present. After the video was played in court, TWTW 1 noted that Uboh made his statement only once. Link Bio to Read More
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Democracy Today Saturday June 20, 2020 Dr. George Uboh discusses AGF’s letter to President Buhari on corruption at the EFCC, his evidence of 1.993 Trillion Naira EFCC recovered but failed to remit, solution to EFCC’s sweeping powers etc. Watch Full Video: https://youtu.be/4-1B6JnrHbI Connect with Dr. George Uboh Facebook: Dr. George Uboh Twitter: @DrGeorgeUboh Instagram: @georgeubohofficial Youtube: https://bit.ly/2NiMpTC
Dr. George Uboh's video with Documentary evidence on corruption at the Economic & Financial Crime Commission (EFCC) Dr. George is the foremost whistleblower and anti-corruption crusader Video Link: https://youtu.be/La0X_q4bmSY Dr. George Uboh is the Chief Executive Officer of Panic Alert Security Systems (PASS) Founder of George Uboh Whistleblower Network and George Uboh Foundation. Dr. George Uboh traced (i) N47,138,807,004.00 (ii) $598,698,195.00 (iii) €23,517,699.00 within a period of 27 days in 2016 for the Federal Government of Nigeria.
Justice Halilu Yusuf of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) High Court in Maitama, Abuja, has slammed the prosecution team in the criminal case involving a whistleblower, Dr. George Uboh and the governor of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Mr. Godwin Emefiele ,and ordered a Trial Within Trial (TWT). The day’s proceeding started with the Prosecution Witness 3 (PW3), Superintendent of Police, Stanley testifying. More @ http://georgeuboh.com/justice-halilu-smacks-police-orders-twt-in-uboh-cbn/
George Uboh files human rights suits against Police DIG Tony Michael, Godwin Emefiele, Ned Nwoko, et al.: After over 20 days in Police custody without charge, Dr. George Uboh files suits FHC/Abj/CS/612/2019 and FHC/Abj/CS/613/2019 asking in suit 612 to be produced in court within 48hrs, and in suit 613 seeking, based on violation of his fundamental human rights, immediate release from detention, release of items carted away from his office, perpetual injunction, 1 Billion Naira against the respondents jointly and severally.
George Uboh urges Police DIG Tony and CBN Gov. Emefiele to charge him to court or release him: After 23 days in detention at the FCIID, George Uboh through his attorney kenayo urges Police DIG Tony Michael and CBN Governor Emefiele to desist from charging him and withdrawing charges; Uboh vehemently demands to be charged to court in order to have the opportunity to introduce the quantum of evidence in his possession regarding over $2.5B USD missing under Emefiele's watch. Uboh requests that if the Police or court does not find him guilty of defaming Emefiele, then the documents in his possession must be deemed genuine in which case Emefiele must be charged. Simply put, Uboh asserts someone must be charged. Head of Communications George Uboh Whistleblowers Network (GUWN)