EFCC released Godwin Emefiele after he was granted bail

I see that Godwin Emefiele, the former Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, has been released by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) after being granted bail by a High Court in the Federal Capital Territory. If you have any specific questions or would like more information about this situation, please feel free to ask.

It appears that after Justice Olukayode Adeniyi granted bail to Godwin Emefiele, the EFCC operatives stepped back, allowing Emefiele to be accompanied by his lawyers and relatives to a waiting black sport utility vehicle (SUV) parked near the court’s main entrance. This indicates that the legal process was followed for his release. If you have more questions or need further details, please let me know.

It seems that there were concerns about potential security issues when Godwin Emefiele was released. Some individuals who witnessed the court proceedings and were unhappy about his bail reportedly expressed their displeasure, and there were worries that he might be attacked.

Emefiele appeared to be troubled and even asked his lawyers if they were certain that the EFCC operatives would not return for him. This suggests a tense and uncertain situation surrounding his release.

As he walked from the third floor (where the courtroom is located) to the ground floor and into the waiting car, some of the angry individuals were shouting thief,  thief, as they made effort to reach him. His lawyers and some family members around promptly assisted him into the waiting car owned by one of the lawyers, and it immediately exited the court’s premises.

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