Former Senator, Shehu Sani has regained freedom after spending 30 days in the custody of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission. perfecting his bail conditions.

Freedom came his way after perfecting his bail condition. Justice Inyang Ekwo had  granted a N10 million bail to Sani, ordering him to produce one surety who has landed property that is worth the bail sum.

The EFCC had accused Shehu Sani of extorting the sum of $15,000 from  Alhaji Sani Dauda, the owner of ASD Motors Ltd, on November 20, 2019,which he allegedly  promised to give to the Hon. Justice Ibrahim Muhammad, the Chief Justice of Nigeria, to influence some pending cases involving him in court.

He was also alleged to have collected another sum of $10,000 from Dauda to bribe Mr Ibrahim Magu, the Acting Chairman of the EFCC. Senator Sani has however  denied all the allegations.

Sani was arrested on December 31 last year and arraigned on two counts of bribery at a Federal High Court in Abuja.