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Former Minister of Interior Abba Moro has been granted bail on self-recognition by a Federal High Court in Abuja.
Justice Anwuli Chikere also granted bail to the two other defendants charged with him.
Moro was arraigned with Anastasia Daniel Nwobia, a former permanent secretary in the Ministry of Interior and Femi Alayebami; a director in the ministry and Drexel Global Technical Nigeria Ltd.
They were charged for fraud related offences over the fee collected for applicants who applied for Immigration jobs.
Dozens died and many more injured in the stampede that followed the job interview in Abuja, Lagos and some other cities in 2014.
The judge ordered the other two defendants to produce a bail bond of N100 million with one surety each in like sum..
The case has been adjourned to April 27 for hearing.
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