On Tuesday, the Abuja Division of the Federal High Court admitted Rochas Okorocha to N500 million bail with one surety.
Mr Ekwo said the surety, who must have a landed property within the court’s jurisdiction, must deposit the Certificate of Occupancy (C of O) of the verified property with the registry of the court.
While admitting the senator to bail with a cautionary statement, the judge ordered that his Nigerian passport be deposited in the court’s registry.
He ordered the court registry to inform the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) about the state of Mr Okorocha’s travel documents.
He further ordered the lawmaker not to travel outside the country except with the leave of the court.
Mr Ekwo also granted Okorocha’s co-defendant, Anyim Nyerere Chinenye, bail in terms of the administrative bail earlier granted to him by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).