Justice A.R. Mohammed of the Federal High court in Abuja has granted former Benue state governor, Gabriel Suswam and his former commissioner, Omodachi Okolobia bail of N200 million each.

Suswam and Okolobia are standing trial over allegations of money laundering to the tune of N3.1 billion carried out by them while Suswam was governor of Benue state.
Part of the bail condition includes one surety each who shall be not less than a Director, Grade Level 12 in the employment of the federal, state or local government. Each surety shall swear an affidavit of means while the two accused persons are to hand over their travel documents in the custody of the court. The presiding judge adjourned the case to December 8th and 9th.

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