‘No court has invited me,’ Ex-militant reacts to arrest order

Tompolo is being investigated in connection with an alleged N13 billion fraud committed through land contracts for the construction of Nigerian Maritime University.

Mr. Government Ekpompolo.

Former militant, Government “Tompolo” Ekpemupolo has reacted to reports that a Federal High Court has ordered his arreston fraud charges.

Speaking to The Cable, Tompolo said that he had not received any summons from the court.

“We have not seen the court summons, but there is no problem as long as the Nigerian judiciary is working,” he said.

Tompolo is being investigated in connection with an alleged N13 billion fraud committed through land contracts for the construction of Nigerian Maritime University.

He is set to be tried along with former Director-General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Patrick Akpobolokemi.

The duo have been charged with 40 counts of fraud by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).

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