Court grants Sirika bail over alleged N8bn Nigeria Air fraud

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A former Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika, his daughter, and two others have been granted ₦100 bail each with two sureties by the Federal High Court in Abuja.

Sirika and others are being tried for an alleged fraud of ₦2.7 billion.

According to the court, the sureties must have landed properties in Abuja, be responsible citizens, and be deposed to an affidavit of means.

The court also restricted the defendants from travelling abroad without its permission.


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Justice Oriji of the Abuja High Court also ordered that the defendants should be remanded in prison if they failed to meet their bail conditions.


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