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16 Months After Incarceration: Court Grants N50Million Bail To Former Police Supercop Abba Kyari

The Federal High Court sitting in Abuja has granted bail to DCP Abba Kyari on charges bordering on money laundering. Apart from money laundering charges, Kyari is also facing a primary charge of cocaine trafficking, for which he has been denied bail.

One of his lawyers, Hamza N. Dantani, shared the news of the court granting Kyari bail on the money laundering charges on his Facebook page on Thursday

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He wrote: ”Alhamudullhi! Abba Kyari’s Bail Granted by Federal High Court Abuja today.”Kyari’s trial centres around the $61,400 cash and 25kg parcel of cocaine seized as evidence and believed to have been used as bribe to influence operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA).

According to the NDLEA, Kyari allegedly attempted to bribe a senior agency officer with $61,400 at a restaurant in Abuja to prevent testing a portion of the seized cocaine connected to two individuals arrested for drug pushing.

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He is also under investigation after the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) of the United States of America indicted him in the case of fraud involving Instagram celebrity Ramon Abbas, aka Hushpuppi.

Kyari was arrested and has been in detention since February 14, 2022, after he was declared wanted by NDLEA over alleged drug links.

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Justice Nwite of the Federal High Court had refused Kyari’s bail application on charges relating to trafficking of cocaine.

The bail application was also rejected at the Court of Appeal.

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