ICPC Arrests Former Court Of Appeal Justice, Mohammed Tsamiya Over Alleged N200 Million Bribe

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The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) has arrested a retired Justice of the Court of Appeal, Mohammed Tsamiya, for allegedly demanding N200 million bribe.

The spokesperson of the commission, Rasheedat Okoduwa, disclosed this in a statement on Wednesday. Orji had approached the court to seek redress in a case involving alleged inflation of the result of election in Arochukwu Local Government Area of Abia, which he had earlier lost to his opponent, Mr Nkole Ndukwe, at the National Assembly Election Tribunal.

According to her, the offence which violates Section 10 of the Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Act, 2000, was committed in 2015. The retired Justice asked Orji, to give him N200 million to influence the court’s decision in his favour.

Mrs. Okoduwa said Mr. Tsamiya had since been granted bail by the commission after fulfilling the conditions, adding that investigation into the case continues.



benosky4 at 7-12-2017 10:23AM (2 years ago)
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Greedy men without honour

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ruthie at 7-12-2017 12:16PM (2 years ago)
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ALL THIEVES
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itumopapa at 7-12-2017 02:19PM (2 years ago)
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Huge bribe
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blowout at 7-12-2017 03:17PM (2 years ago)
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and na this kind judge go sentence person wey thief 15k to 7 years in prison.
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abati666 at 7-12-2017 05:04PM (2 years ago)
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MY FELLOW NIGERIANS

THE TRUTH IS THE LAW IN NIGERIA FAVOUR THE RICH.....HA HA HA

IF YOU HAVE NO MONEY YOU WILL BE EXPLOITED BY THE LAW....HA HA HA
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Haso112 at 8-12-2017 01:02AM (2 years ago)
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200 MILLION NAIRA BRIBE... HABA, KILODE? NA WA OOOO
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BournIdentity at 26-12-2017 01:48AM (2 years ago)
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