2 Nigerians arraigned for 'misleading' Police to raid DSP’s house

Senator Ike Ekweremadu

Ahmed Echodo and Maiwada Adamu have been arraigned by an Abuja magistrate court for allegedly misleading the police to carry out a raid on the house of the deputy Senate president, Ike Ekweremadu.

The duo was accused by the Police of conspiring to falsely inform the office of the inspector general of police that Ekweremadu’s house located in Maitama Abuja is used for criminal activities.
The police raided Ekweremadu’s house on Friday, May 26, 2017,but found nothing.
Echodo however pleaded “not guilty” to the charge on Monday, May 29, 2017.
Adamu was not present in court to take his plea.
The magistrate, Umar Kagarko ordered the police to find Adamu and present him at the court on the next sitting.
The matter was adjourned till June 5 when the application for bail will be heard.
Echodo was remanded in prison on the order of the judge.
On Friday, the police raided the house of the deputy senate president but found nothing

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