The Nigerian police have begun the procedures for extraditing former head of the dissolved pension reform job drive, Abdul Rashid Maina, who was arrested in Niger on Monday.
Maina was arrested by means of the joint efforts of the Nigeria Police Pressure, INTERPOL Nationwide Central Bureau, Abuja and their Nigerian counterparts.
He’s at present in a detention heart within the Republic of Niger, awaiting completion of handovers.
A spokesman for the Nigerian Police Pressure, DCB Frank MBA, in a press release on Tuesday stated that Maina would quickly return to the nation to proceed his ongoing trial.
“After the arrest of the previous head of the Pensions Reform Activity Pressure, Abd al-Rashid Abdallah Maina in Niamey, Republic of Niger, the Nigeria Police Pressure is working to enhance the extradition of fugitive criminals to Nigeria to allow him to face trial within the legal proceedings pending towards him.
Maina, who was declared needed beforehand, stated Emba, that the competent court docket was arrested on 30 November 2020 by means of the cooperative efforts of parts of the Nigerian Police Pressure, Interpol NCB, Abuja and their Nigerian counterparts.
He added that "there can be no place to cover." To any suspect, no matter excessive standing. ”
Maina is being prosecuted on 12 cash laundering costs amounting to N2billion billion by the Financial and Monetary Crimes Fee (EFCC).
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