Justice Yusuf Halilu of an FCT High Court on on Thursday, fixed Sept. 28, to hear a suit filed a businesswoman, Chinyere Amuchiena.
Halilu, fixed the date after admitting Amuchiena to bail, following an application by her counsel Ifeanyichukwu Nwaeze.
The judge ruling on the bail held that the essence of bail is to guarantee that the defendant would be present in court when needed.
The police alleged that the defendant in a petition to the IGP, accused Ohakim of conspiracy, criminal intimidation, defamation of character, attempted kidnap and threat to her life.
She also alleged that she paid Ohakim N500M for the purchase of a land in Lagos during the 2019 general elections.
Police however claimed that the allegations were unsubstantiated during their investigation and that they were aimed at blackmailling her victims.
The Prosecution Counsel, Faith Dimka, told the court Amuchiena on or about Aug.14, 2020 furnished police authorities with false information.
She alleged that via allegations in her petition, the defendant alleged that Ohakim and one Chinedu Okpareke criminal criminally intimidated her, defamed her character and attempted to kidnap.
According to the police the allegations could not be substantiated and is therefore punishable under Section 140 of the Penal Code. (NAN)