The speaker performed the swearing-in during the House proceedings in Lafia, Nasarawa State capital, on Monday.
Justice Omotosho, who described the suit as “highly unmeritorious,” declared that the “suit lacks merits.”
Mr Fanwo stated that in the EFCC’s desperation to nail Mr Yahaya Bello, the commission forgot its thinking hammer at home.
The adjournment did not go well with Solomon Umoh, SAN, who appeared for Mr Ndifon and Sunny Anyanwu, the co-defendant.
The electricity theft case filed by the federal government against an Abuja property developer, Cecil Osakwe, has been adjourned until April 15.
Ms Oyo-Ita and others were arraigned for alleged fraud regarding duty tour allowance, estacodes, conference fees and receiving kickbacks on contracts.
Mr Opatola, who represented himself as the plaintiff, told the court that all processes had been filed and exchanged with the defendant.
The Abuja Division of the Federal High Court on Wednesday, fixed March 20 to deliver judgment in a suit filed by a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
The three-man appellate panel, led by Justice Tunde Awotoye, declared the appellant’s brief invalid and struck it out as incompetent.
Kano agreed to pay N3 billion to compensate the Incorporated Trustees of Masallacin Eid Shop Owners and Traders Association for demolishing their properties.