In a significant development, the Federal High Court has ordered the remand of Olu Agunloye, a former Minister of Power and Steel, in Kuje Prison on charges of fraud. The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) brought the charges against Agunloye, leading to his arraignment before the court.
Earlier today, during the court proceedings, Agunloye pleaded not guilty to all the charges levelled against him. However, Justice Donatus Okorowo, the presiding judge, ruled that the former minister be remanded in the Kuje Correctional Center pending the granting of bail.
The specific details of the fraud charges and the circumstances leading to Agunloye’s remand are expected to be unveiled in subsequent court proceedings. As the situation unfolds, stay tuned for more in-depth coverage and analysis of this developing story.
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