EFCC re-arraigns Orji Kalu in Lagos

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A former Governor of Abia State, Orji Kalu, is currently in the dock before a Federal High Court in Lagos answering alleged corruption charges.

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Kalu and others had been initially arraigned in 2007 before Justice Adamu Bello of the Federal High Court, Abuja (now retired).

They were arraigned in an amended 34-count charge over an alleged diversion of about N3.2bn from the Abia State Government’s treasury during Kalu’s tenure as governor.

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4 thoughts on “EFCC re-arraigns Orji Kalu in Lagos

  1. Tax payers' money being wasted on criminals whose cases would have long been closed by a single bullet each in no-nonsense countries.

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  2. EFCC should hold this man very tight.He was one of the worst performing governors of his time.He never left any legacy.The only legacy he left behind was the wrong impression that the State House is a save heaven for a young, man his age that time, to make illegal money and get away with it.While other governors were busy developing their States, Orji Kalu was busy looting Abia State blind.He was busy diverting Abia funds to his private businesses like the Slok Air.He has nothing to show for his eight-year tenor;not even a single project like road.If you go to Abia State you'll weep for that State.If you go to Aba,the Abia State nay Southeastern States commercial capital for example,there is no passable road.He could not even maintain the ones built by his predicessors like late Sam Mbakwe of blessed memory.When it was time for him to relinguish power,he handed over to another crooked stooge;a name sake called T.A. Orji .

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  3. A lot of people have been killed in Abia state due to lack of roads, poverty and mismanagement of funds by the 2 past government of the state. (Name sake Orjis) They should face judgment. Period.

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