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Olisa Metuh Vomits on his way to Court.

Olisa Metuh
The drama continues as spokesperson of the Peoples Democratic Party, Chief Olisa Metuh appeared in court today. Metuh had been scheduled to appear before Justice Okon Abang of the Federal High Court in Abuja for the continuation of his trial for money laundering. However, the matter was stalled as by an online newspaper, The Cable, the PDP spokesperson vomited repeatedly on his way to court ...but no dollar was found in it. It quoted a source as saying his condition was serious.

Counsel to Chief Metuh, Emeka Etiaba, told the court that the PDP spokesperson was ill and sought the adjournment of the trial. Consequently, the judge adjourned the case to May 23.

It's a wonder how healthy rich men and women suddenly fall sick and contact chronic disease upon the slightest prosecution for fraud or corruption. There are plethora of cases in support of this.
Dasuki said he was ill 6moths ago & needed to fly abroad which wasn't allowed, well, the good news is that he is still bouncing!!! God is great!
Well, we wish Chief Metuh quick recovery, we do not wish him death,but life...we need him alive. I hope his legs are in good shape now after the last time he showed up in court with clutches! A word of advice to his doctors,please take good care of him,and do a thorough check up on all the parts of his body, we sure don't want him returning for a broken tooth. Below is an intriguing comment of a twitter user.

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