JUST IN: PDP chief Olisa Metuh in big loss as Supreme Court throws out his appeal

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Embattled former spokesperson of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Chief Olisa Metuh, has lost his appeal at the Supreme Court. 
The apex court ruled on Friday, June 9 with an order that Justice Okon Abang of a Federal High Court in Abuja should continue hearing the case of alleged money laundering and fraud instituted by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission against Metuh. 
Metuh had challenged an earlier ruling of the Court of Appeal which affirmed Justice Abang’s decision dismissing Metuh’s no-case submission.
 The Supreme Court threw out Olisa Metuh’s application The Punch reports that a five-man bench of the Supreme Court unanimously gave the ruling and dismissed Metuh’s application for an order of stay of proceedings of his trial before the Federal High Court. 
According to the report, the trial will now continue on June 19, a date that was fixed by Justice Abang to deliver some interlocutory rulings in the trial. 
We understands that Justice Abang had adjourned the ruling till June 19 to wait for the outcome of the Supreme Court concerning Metuh’s application which dismissal by the Supreme Court was anchored on his pending appeal before the court. 

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In his application to the Supreme Court, asked that his trial be halted pending the outcome of his appeal before the apex court on the no-case submission. 
The justices of the Supreme Court dismissed the application in a ruling led by Justice Clara Ogunbiyi, but with a summary read by Justice Ejembi Eko.

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