To the judiciary, and the trial of the alleged mastermind of October 1, 2010 bomb blast, CHARLES OKAH continued yesterday, with the prosecution seeking to affix a stamp on an evidence already before the court.
The prosecution counsel, ALEX IZINYON, told the court on Monday that his client would like to affix a stamp on the evidence alluded to by the first prosecution witness, JOHN AFOLABI, in April 2015.
CHARLES OKAH is facing trial for allegedly being behind the October, 1 2010 bomb blast which occurred at the Eagle Square, Abuja and resulted in the death of over a dozen people.
The prosecution has also alleged that the bomb blast was intended to kill the former president, GOODLUCK JONATHAN.
While IZINYON told the court that his client intends to regularise the said document by affixing the requisite stamp, the defence counsel, OGHENE OTEMO said the document intended to be regularised has been in court for a long time, and that his team had addressed the court on the failure of the prosecution to affix a stamp on the said document.
The trial judge, GABRIEL KOLAWOLE adjourned the matter till February 21 for ruling on the prosecution’s application.