The Federal High Court in Lagos yesterday lifted the order barring a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Mike Ozekhome, from accessing his bank account into which he received N75m legal fee from the Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose.
 
This ruling followed an interim order obtained by EFCC on February 7, stopping Ozekhome from dissipating the N75m on the grounds that it formed part of proceeds of alleged illegal of  by Governor Fayose.
 
Still on corruption matters the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission yesterday arraigned a former Permanent Secretary in the Federal Ministry of Labour, Dr. Illoh Onubuogo Clement, on three counts charge bordering on failure to declare his full assets.
 
The EFCC alleged that the 59-year-old Permanent Secretary, had on April 16, 2016, failed to disclose about N97million, in his account domiciled with First Bank of Nigeria.