It was indeed a shame as the former Chairman of the Pension Reform Task Team (PRTT), AbdulRashi Maina, has been bundled back to Nigeria from the Niger Republic.
Maina is facing a 12-count money laundering charge brought against him and a firm by EFCC, amounting to a tune of about N2billion.
He, however, jumped bail forcing the trial judge, Justice Abang Okon to issue an arrest warrant against him.
Maina, who fled from the country to seek refuge in the Niger Republic has, therefore, been arrested on Monday by the Nigerian authority and also extradited back to face his court cases.
Maina was arrested on Monday by the Nigerian authority after he fled the country to seek refuse in Niger Republic.
He was arrested by a combined team of the Nigerian Police Force, International Criminal Police Organisation National Central Bureau, Abuja, in collaboration with their Nigerien counterparts.
It was gathered that Maina has been brought to Abuja by the Nigerian Police and detained pending his arraignment in court.
He will also be handed over to the EFCC after interrogation by the police.