The trial of the former chairman of the Pension Reform Task Team, Abdulrasheed Maina has resumed earlier today.
Maina will be defending charges of money laundering, operating fictitious accounts and other fraudulent activities.
Last week, his younger sister, Fatima Abdullahi, appeared before the court and distanced herself from accounts said to have been opened by Maina using her name.
Fatima, a civil servant based in Kaduna, told the court that she and Maina share the same parents while giving evidence behind a screen where her face was only seen by the judge.
She told the court that she has never heard of a company Called Common Input and Investment Nigeria Limited and that it was the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) that told her of a company account registered in her name where huge sums of money have been withdrawn.
The witness also denied knowledge of shares bought in her name in the companies.
Earlier in November, a letter sent to the Federal High Court in Abuja that Abdulrasheed Maina had fallen ill in custody which stalled his trial.