"Let us now work together, black and white, men and women, young and old to build a South Africa that truly belongs to all that live in it,"
Justice Agbelu arrived at the decision after listening to Daniel Apochi, the police prosecutor, and lawyers to the defendants led by the President of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Paul Usoro (SAN).
They were to be arraigned by the Police on a four-count charge of conspiracy to defraud, conspiracy to obtain money by false pretences, obtaining money by false pretences and stealing.
Wigwe’s counsel, Mr. Paul Usoro, said they had filed an application challenging the jurisdiction of the court to determine the matter.
The defendants are charged with 21-count bordering on stealing, advance fee fraud, forgery of bill of lading, among others.
According to documents seen by ALB, Oi, which inherited its minority stake in Unitel in 2014, had claimed over USD 3 billion from the Angolan shareholders of Unitel.
The team will draw membership from 30 institutions and departments, including the Capital Markets Authority, Kenya Bankers Association, Directorate of Criminal Investigations, Kenya Revenue Authority, Kenya Wildlife Service, the Immigration Department and
Instead, all court stations were directed to use cashless systems, mainly direct banking, M-Pesa and agency banking.
It included about $2.35 billion of financial assets held in U.K. and Mauritius banks, and $1 billion of real estate holdings in hotels, gold mines, farms and resorts in the country and abroad, it said.