Justice of the Supreme Court, Sylvester Ngwuta, has pleaded not guilty to all charges levelled against him by the Federal Government.
NAN reports that Ngwuta is one of the federal judges from whose residences, the Department of State Service (DSS) claimed it uncovered huge sums of money in various denominations.
He pleaded "not guilty" to all the counts.
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Consequently, the Director of Public Prosecution, Mohammed Umar, who represented the Nigerian government asked the court for an adjournment to allow him present his witnesses.
Upon granting the application and agreement of all counsels, the Chairman of the Tribunal, Justice Danladi Umar adjourned the matter to July 12 for the hearing.
Ngwuta was initially charged with 10 counts now amended to eight counts before the CCT.
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He was further alleged to have failed to declare some of his vehicles including a BMW, Wrangler and Hummer jeeps.
Ngwuta is now undergoing separate trial for money laundering and passport fraud charges preferred against him by the Office of the Attorney-General of the Federation before a Federal High Court in Abuja.
He is also standing trial before Justice John Tsoho of the Federal High Court, Abuja, on an amended 16 counts bordering on money laundering.
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He's 61st in scrambling from less than 10 yards, however, perhaps because he often uses his putter close to the putting surface. That will be the key to his success this week, because his play around the greens can get sloppy at times.
But no date has been fixed for Justice Ademola's arraignment on the two count charges slammed against him by the Federal Government.