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Justice Valentine Ashi who ordered Diezani Madueke’s arrest is dead

A judge of the High Court of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Justice Valentine Ashi, who requested security offices to capture and deliver the previous Petroleum Resources Minister, Diezani Alison Madueke, inside 72 hours, has kicked the bucket.

As indicated by the Nation, Justice Ashi, who sits in Apo, kicked the bucket in an Abuja emergency clinic from a yet-to-be-revealed affliction.

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Experts of the FCT High Court affirmed the advancement, yet guaranteed a formal proclamation would be issued on Monday with the specialist of the Chief Judge, Justice Ishaq Bello.

“A few individuals, the late Justice Ashi’s family, have visited the court’s administration to illuminate the court about the lamentable occurrence.

“I can affirm that they said he kicked the bucket on Thursday throughout an ailment. Be that as it may, the court will issue a formal articulation on Monday,” a senior authority of the court disclosed to Nation paper.

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Day by day POST reviews that in 2018, Justice Ashi, upon an ex-parte movement by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), requested the organization,

Nigerian Police Force (NPF), the Department of State Services (DSSS) and all other security offices to capture Madueke inside 72 hours.

The EFCC said it explored the previous priest with a specialist and Chairman, Atlantic Energy Drilling Company, Jide Omokore in connection to an appeal by a gathering,

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the Coalition Against Corrupt Leaders (CACOL), dated October 2, 2013, which contained claims of tax evasion and authority debasement.

EFCC included that its examination demonstrated that Diezani, as regulating clergyman of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation,

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purportedly occupied with illegal and unusual fake dealings in oil exchanges, which she went into for the benefit of the Federal Government.