Don't cry because it's over, just smile because it happened, and just like happiness is the art of never holding in your mind the memory of any unpleasant thing that has passed, this is exactly what is revolving in the life of Aiteo Group boss, Benedict Peters, as he has recorded successful outcomes in three other cases, including one overturning the forfeiture of his properties.
Benedict’s name was specifically directed to be removed on the wanted list of the anti-craft agency by Justice O.A. Musa of the High Court of the Federal Capital Territory. The agency had in March 2017 declared Peters wanted on its website. However, in response to a suit, FCT/HC/CV/23/2017, the court reached the incontrovertible conclusion that Peters has never been charged with, nor tried for any criminal offence in any court of law, nor has he ever jumped bail for any offence whatsoever in Nigeria or even abroad, and cannot thus be declared wanted by administrative fiat without any prior order or leave of court. Benedict Peters, for the umpteenth time, has recorded successful outcomes in three other cases, including one overturning the forfeiture of his properties which were wrongfully included in a list of properties belonging allegedly belonging to a former minister forfeited by court orders. Perhaps that is the reason why he has been heaving a deep sigh of relief since the information of his exoneration from such damning allegations hit the public domain, and he has not hidden this new-found relief, which has further emboldened him to go about his businesses more legitimately, diligently and efficiently too, without leaving any iota of cutting corners or employing sharp practices.