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Court Orders Immediate Arrest of Niger Delta Militant Tompolo [Real Reason Exposed]


A federal high court sitting in Lagos south west Nigeria today ordered immediate arrest of the leader of Niger Delta militant Government Ekpemupolo alias Tompolo.
    The order of the arrest of the leader of the Niger-Delta militant was sequel to an application filed before the court by the EFCC prosecutor, Mr Festus Keyamo, for failure of the accused militant to appear in court to answer charges filed against him
      Mr Keyamo told the court that base on the order of the court for substituted service, summons to appear before the court was pasted at his resident in Warri Delta state yesterday and photographs of it were taken.
    Mr Keyamo also told the court that a copy of photograph accompanying  with affidavit was been filed at the court registry, therefore urged the court to stand down the case for fifteen minutes, but as the presiding Judge, Ibrahim Buba was about to accede to his request, one of the officials of the court registry brought the sworn affidavit to the court.
    It was alleged that during investigation till the criminal charge against him was filed before the court, Ekpemupolo has rebuffed all invitation sent to him including the court summons to appear before the court, instead he took a paid advertisement in newspaper warning on the consequences of him going to war.
    Nigeria foremost Anti graft Agency Economic and Financial Crime Commission(EFCC) in a  fourty count criminal charge of unlawful conversion filed against the leader of Niger -Delta militant, Government Ekpemupolo Alias Tompolo and ex-Nimasa boss Patrick  Akpobolokemi alleged to have  converted the sum of $108,708,975.35and#2,178,320,356 property of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and safety Agency knowing that the said sum were proceeds of stealing,     before a Federal high court sitting in Lagos south west Nigeria, included in the criminal charge are, three other accused persons  and five limited liability companies
Festus Keyamo
     The eight other accused that supposed  to be arraigned today alongside the accused Niger Delta militant and ex-Nimasa boss are,Global West  Vessel specialist limited, Odimiri Electricals limited, Kime Engozu, Boloboere Property and Estate ltd, Rex Elem, Destre Consult Ltd, Gregory Mbonu, and Captain Warredi Enisuoh.
      In a 40 count criminal charge number FHC/ L/5539C/15 filed before the court by the Nigeria Anti graft Agency prosecutor, Festus Keyamo in a sixteen out of the fourty count charge, it was alleged that Government Ekpemupolo alias Tompolo, Patrick Akpobolokemi,and Global West Vessel Specialist ltd, Odimiri Electrical Ltd, Boloboere Property Estate, Kime Engozu and Simon john Adomene now at large between the year 2012 and April 2014 conspired amongst themselves to commit offence to wit Conversion of the sums of
 $108,708,975.35 and# 2,178,320,356 property of NIMASA, knowing that the said sums were proceeds of stealing.
    In count seventeen to count thirty-Eight of the criminal charge,Rex Elem,Gregory Mbonu and Destre consult Ltd were alleged to have converted,the sum of #106,892,839.33,property of Global West Vessel Specialist Ltd knowing that the sum was derived from official corruption.
     In count thirty -nine and fourty,Captain Warredi Enisuoh was alleged to have converted the sum of eight million Naira property of Global West Vessel Specialist knowing that the money was derived from official corruption.
   The offence alleged to have been committed by all the accused are contrary to and punishable under money laundering Act of 2012.
    All the accused persons and the companies alleged to have been used as conduit pipe for the conversion of the money were present in court today with the exeption of Government Ekpmupolo who the court has ordered to be arrested.
    Justice Buba has adjourned till 8th of February,2016 when all the accused will be arraigned.
    Patrick Akpolobokemi,is currently standing trial in two different  courts of the Federal high court  Lagos division.

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