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Supreme Court dismisses Yanaty’s appeal to stop N1.8 billion subsidy fraud investigation

The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed the appeal filed by Yanaty Petrochemical Limited seeking to set aside the decision of the Court of Appeal, Abuja Division, allowing the EFCC to continue investigation and prosecution of the company over alleged N1.8 billion petroleum subsidy fraud.

Supreme Court to decide Yanaty Petrochemical’s N1.8bn subsidy fraud appeal December 15

The Supreme Court has reserved ruling till December 15, 2017 on whether or not the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, should continue investigation on Yanaty Petrochemical Limited over an alleged N1.8billion petroleum subsidy fraud.

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