Mr Aminu Ahmed, the fourth prosecution witness had introduced himself as Principal Procurement officer in the office of secretary to the government of federation.
Ahmed, while testifying, also told the court that he was a member of the evaluation committee that recommended the contract to Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP).
Ahmed, however, became stock when asked by Mr Ufom Uket, the prosecuting counsel to read a document which was BPP’s response statement to the recommendations of the evaluation committee.
The witness explained that the document was illegible, adding that he could not read it.
In the circumstance, Uket prayed the court for an adjournment to enable them bring clearer copy of the report.
Justice Jude Okeke, therefore, adjourned the matter until Feb. 19 for continuation of trial since there was no any objections raised.
The ex-SGF’s brother, David Lawal, a director of Rholavision Engineering Limited is also standing the trial.
Others are Sulaiman Abubakar, Managing-Director of Josmon Technologies Limited, and Apeh Monday.
The defendants are charged with 10-count charge bordering on conspiracy and fraud.