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The ex-governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Godwin Emefiele has been released from the Kuje Correctional Center upon meeting the conditions of his bond, All Nigeria Latest News reports.

This information was officially conveyed on Saturday, December 23, by Adamu Duza, the spokesperson for the Kuje Correctional Centre in the Federal Capital Territory.

Duza said: “I can confirm to you that he (Emefiele) has met his bail conditions, hence he has no reason to remain in our facility.

“He met his bail condition and was released past 2pm yesterday (Friday).”

Emefiele, facing allegations of procurement fraud, was granted a bail of N300 million by the Federal Capital Territory High Court in Abuja. Justice Hamza Muazu stipulated two sureties with titles and certificates of occupancy for residences in Abuja’s Maitama District.

He was directed to reside within the Abuja Municipal Area Council, surrender all travel documents to the court registrar, and remain in the Kuje Correctional Centre until fulfilling the bail conditions.

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