Court clears Nigerian senator of terrorism charges

Ali Ndume, a Borno Senator, senator was arraigned in 2011 for alleged sponsorship of the Boko Haram.
Ali Ndume, a Borno Senator, senator was arraigned in 2011 for alleged sponsorship of the Boko Haram.

A Nigerian senator accused of sponsoring the Boko Haram terror group has been cleared.

The Abuja Division of the Federal High Court on Tuesday upheld the no-case submission of former majority leader of the senate, Ali Ndume, who was accused of sponsoring terrorism.

Mr. Ndume was arraigned in 2011 for alleged sponsorship of the Boko Haram.

Justice Gabriel Kolawole upheld the senator’s no case submission on Tuesday and dismissed the case.

Details later…


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  • Yakuub

    The Court, which in the Nigeria of today, has been polarised by tribal/ethnic, financial inducement and politicking, may have cleared Ali Ndume today, but one thing is sacrosant – nothing can be done against the truth, but for the truth. If he did know anything (in any way) about the monster which have sent hundreds of thousands Nigerians into early grave, the innocent blood shed will be on his neck.

    • eshe_70@yahoo.com

      Amen

  • Bakanridi

    Congrats to the Peoples senator

  • eshe_70@yahoo.com

    This is a mockery of the judiciary. Why not abolish the judiciary in Nigeria cause they don’t make any sense. It is a heavily compromised, corruption dominated sector just like most institutions in Nigeria