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Saturday, 12 March 2016

Court Orders Documents on British Police Corruption released to Ibori

This is a signed press statement by Tony Eluemunor, Media Assistant to Chief James Onanefe Ibori.
A British Crown Court has ordered the immediate release of documents and other materials uncovered by James Ibori's former solicitor Gohil Bhadresh suggesting that British Metropolitan Police Officers investigating James Ibori, fraudulently obtained materials and documents against Gohil Bhardesh and James Ibori.


A press statement from Tony Eluemunor, Chief Ibori’s Media Assistant, said that His Honour Judge Tester of Southwark Crown Court on Friday directed the prosecution to comply with his order made on January 21st this year and release to James Ibori's counsels the documents. The prosecution had initially refused to release the documents and other materials which suggested police involvement in corruption and fraud in the James Ibori's and Gohil Bhadresh's case.

This order followed the dramatic turn of event in the case brought by the Crown Prosecution against Gohil accusing him of attempt to pervert the course of justice but which the crown prosecution dropped following damaging and incriminating documents uncovered by Gohil Bhadresh which the Prosecution had lied ever existed.

The allegations of corruption and documents suggesting thousands of pound sterling were paid into the bank account of the investigating police officers involved in the case and attempt by both the crown prosecution and the British Police to cover up this grave misconducts have greatly damaged the credibility of materials and documents relied upon by the crown and police in this case. Subsequently, all the crown prosecutors and police officers handling the case have been removed from the case.

According to the statement, a new vista has opened in the Ibori London trial, as James Ibori's former solicitor, Gohil Bhadresh has approached the court of appeal to quash his conviction because the Police and the crown prosecution may have misled the court and have been neck deep in corruption. This new development may totally change this whole case as the new documents suggesting Police misconduct in the handling of the case may mean the last has not been heard in James Ibori's trial in London.

30 comments:

Anonymous said...

OMG... Stupid UNIBEN Student Diva Uploaded N.Ude Picture of herself

Y.F.C. Omrex said...

This is a new interesting twist. Noticed.

Charles Okafor said...

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Juliet Iwuno said...

Dat would be good for him. Linda take note!

YOUNGBUHARI said...

Ibori is letting his money work the talk

Ndubisi Tochukwu said...

Let him remain der. Dats the home of fraudulent men.

#LibBadBoy

Bonita Bislam said...

Interesting! This whole thing intrigues me.Let's see how all this plays out

freeborn zinalima said...

They should do fast an release this man he is as white snow hmmm.
James ibori is not corrupt as terrorist buhari and amechi.



























#sad indeed

Eddy Ogbunambala said...

Alright

Nnenne George said...

Ibori shouldn't be allowed back inside this country.. We don't need his type. He is another ogbonge crimino after Amechi..

favour ezeh said...

Make them do as them like.

Anonymous said...

In essence what is the court saying about the immediate release of our great leader of the big heart of Delta state. A man who who carried all the deltans along.

PETER IFEANYICHUKWU said...

Does it change the fact that former gov James Ibori stole the money of Delta State people pls Ibori and his people should hide their faces in shame and stop making excuses. I he's not the only one but he's the one caught case calas

Amos Mohammed said...

Lolz ok oh.now the table is turning back.i will be following.

Jamila Shaibu said...

Hmmmmmmmm ok

Vivian Reginalds said...

Hmmm
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

Saheed Oluwasegun said...

I want to know when Ibori would be repatriated so that he can come and spend his remaining days in the cockroach infested prison. I don talk my own o

emerald 2preety said...

Wether he stole money from delta state or not he was a good governor and still d best, we 've had so far, deltans loves him still...all politicians are criminals.

Pretty face said...

Seen

Oshios Baba said...

Okay

Anonymous said...

Fake news

Anonymous said...

Dis man don suffer

Anonymous said...

Politics dey play with money here to cover for Bori.No matter what a criminal is criminal...
Nuel

Di Mateo Xavie said...

When matter de onyibo hand na so e de prolong

chommy said...

Alright den. Linda observe!

Omalicha said...

Hmmmm

Richard Afon Yinkå said...

None of my biz

Ogbewe Godfrey said...

Seen

Luciana Chinda said...

I. Reserve my comment.

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