The Federal government has arraigned 16 suspects out of the 22 involved in the alleged invasion of Justice Mary peter Odili’s residence
Security operatives had invaded the residence of Supreme Court Justice, on 29th October on the grounds of alleged tip off by a whistleblower, Aliyu Umar, who claimed to have observed suspicious activities at the Supreme Court Justice’s residence
An order by Chief Magistrate Emmanuel Iyanna, was said to have approved the search warrant by a body identified as the Joint Panel Recovery unit in the Ministry of Justice.
The magistrate later revoked the order, saying he was misled while the Police and other security agencies also said they were not aware of the raid.
The suspects are being prosecuted on 18 counts of felony, forgery and alteration of documents