A former Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, Andrew Yakubu, yesterday   terminated his fundamental human rights enforcement suit.
 
He asked for N1 billion compensation for his alleged unlawful detention by EFCC following his arrest on February 8.
 
His  lawyer cited the recent arraignment of Yakubu and the bail subsequently granted him  by the court as the grounds for filing the discontinuance notice.

In another development, the trial of former Governor of Benue State, Gabriel Suswam, was stalled yesterday at the Federal High Court in Abuja  after the Department of State Service failed to produce him in court.
 
The former governor and the Commissioner for Finance during his tenure, Omadachi Oklobia,  are currently standing trial for allegedly diverting N3 billion belonging to Benue State Government by the Economic and Financial  Crimes Commission.
 
Presiding judge, Justice Ahmed Mohammed adjourned the matter to the May 9.