He was on Thursday arraigned on a six-count charge of fraud before Justice Ahmed Mohammed by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) after he admitted owning over $9.8 million cash found in a house that also belongs to him in Kaduna State.
He pleaded not guilty. He would be in prison till next Tuesday when the case resumes. Choi Nigeria , how on earth can he plead not quilty, with such glaring evidence. I tire for this outcry abeg.