EFCC Re-arraigned British Nationals for Controversial Process and Industrial Development (P&ID) Gas Processing Contract
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC has today re-arraigned two British nationals, James Richard Nolan and Adam Quinn (at large), before a federal High Court, Abuja.
They were arraigned on a 32 count-charge bordering on money laundering for their alleged complicity in the controversial Process and Industrial Development (P&ID) gas processing contract, leading to the $9.6bn arbitral award to P&ID Limited by a United Kingdom commercial court.
The defendants, both directors of Goidel Resources Limited, a Designated Non-Financial Institution (DNFI) and ICIL Limited, were docked on a 32 count- charge bordering on money laundering.
After the charges were read to them, the third defendant (James Richard Nolan) pleaded ‘not guilty’ to the charges.
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