Revealed: Why Orji Uzor Kalu Did Not Receive Presidential Pardon

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Rauf Aregbesola, the Minister of Interior, said that the government was liberating 2,600 detainees in different prisons in an offer to check the spread of Coronavirus in the country.

According to him, “This acquittal would have any significant bearing to prisoners condemned for serious and outrageous offenses such as psychological oppression, hijacking, furnished banditry, assault, human dealing, blamable crime, etc.”

Aregbesola also stated that they are proceeding with the state governors of the 36 states under whose purview a large portion of the prisoners imprisoned to finish the activity “Following the government standard.”

As indicated by government sources, the liberation was to profit those people near the passage of intensity presently in prison for different offenses. The three previous governors and senators serving different prison terms for monetary misappropriation are not among those that will be profited to state pardon.

They include Joshua Dariye, previous legislative leader of Plateau of State, Jolly Nyame, previous legislative leader of Taraba, and Orji Uzor Kalu, who will be 60 by April 21 Review that Kalu’s travails will be revealed before he finished his residency as legislative head of Abia State.

He was found guilty of indicting N7.1bn illegal tax avoidance and facing the law since 2019. Dariye, on his part, was in 2018 condemned to 16 years in jail for N1.126bn misrepresentation.

He was to serve a two-year and 14-year prison term simultaneously with no alternative of fine; however, a court of request decreased his term by four years.

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