Mr Sulieman also ordered the convict to pay N50,000 to compensate the tank’s owner.
“Having found that the plaintiff lacks the locus standi, the court has no jurisdiction to proceed with the matter, and the proceedings will terminate at this point.”
Mr Madaki, a resident of Keffi, Nasarawa State, was convicted on a two-count charge of criminal breach of trust and cheating.
The association urged aggrieved patients and their relations to always channel their complaints to appropriate quarters.
Mr Okupe was found guilty of accepting a N200 million cash bribe from former NSA Sambo Dasuki, meant to purchase weapons to combat the Boko Haram insurgency.
“The judiciary should be more accessible both physically and otherwise for lawyers with disability,” he said.
Justice Inyang Ekwo, in a judgement, held that the plaintiffs failed to support the suit with credible evidence, hence, the case lacked merit.
Anti-graft agency boss, Eni Esan, said on Friday in Ibadan that the money was purportedly given to some contractors in 2018 to execute some contracts.
The convicts were given an option of N45,000 fine each, and ordered to pay N350,000 each as compensation.
The appellate court dismissed Senate President Ahmed Lawan’s appeal as lacking in merit.