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Pictures: John Fashanu Testify in Favour of James Ibori; Ibori’s Trial underway in London Court

Ex-Governor James IboriEx-Governor James Ibori’s Trial at the Southwark Court in London on April 17, 2012
All is set for the sentencing of former Delta State governor Chief James Ibori when the court reconvenes at 2:30pm after the defense had concluded its plea for mitigation of sentence.

Earlier, John Fashanu testified for Ibori saying, the former governor achieved a lot in sports, as well as, was instrumental to the end of militancy in the state.

A letter from a traditional ruler in Delta State acknowledging Ibori’s achievements was also admitted and read in court.

Ibori’s defense team includes Nicholas Pernel, QC; Benjamin Aina, QC; Jonathan Akinsanya, Jonathan Epele, a solicitor and another solicitor Blanca Amauwah.

Southwark Court judge, Justice Anthony Pitts, is expected to sentence Ibori when court reconvenes at 2:30pm. Details later.
Culled from Vanguard
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One Response to “Pictures: John Fashanu Testify in Favour of James Ibori; Ibori’s Trial underway in London Court”

  1. John Fashanu has the right to his opinion and in my opinion I think he got it wrong this time.


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