An FCT High Court, in Maitama, on Thursday, fixed June 17, to rule on the admissibility of some documents sought to be tendered by the Economic and Financial Crime Commission,EFCC in the trial of ex- Secretary to the Government of the Federation , Babachir Lawal.

The EFCC  arraigned Lawal, along side his brother Hamidu, a director of Rholavision Engineering Limited; an employee of the company, Sulaiman Abubakar and the Managing Director of Josmon Technologies Limited, Apeh Monday.

They are charged with 10 counts bordering on conspiracy and fraud.

Also joined are two companies, Rholavision Engineering Limited and Josmon Technologies Limited.

Justice Okeke fixed the date for ruling on the admissibility of the documents following the objection raised by the counsel for Rholavision Engineering Limited, O. Uzor, on their admissibility.

Justice Okeke stated that in view of the fact that similar situation may occur in the course of proceedings, the court would give a considered ruling on the admissibility of the documents.

He then adjourned the case until June 17 and June 18, for ruling and continuation of hearing of the prosecution case.