A committee set up by the National Judicial Commission (NJC), to supervise fresh trial of outstanding corruption cases, is now in possession of files of 2,306 corruption cases.
To kick start the trial, the corruption and financial crime cases trial monitoring committee, is to meet with top leaders of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and the Independent Corruption Practices and Related Offences Commission (ICPC).
NJC spokesman, Soji Oye, said the committee has set up sub-committees to fast-track the trial and monitoring of the corruption cases.
The breakdown of corruption cases received by the monitoring committee, include 347 from states in the north, 1,405 from states in the south and 554 from Abuja zone.
Already, some judges from federal high courts had been appointed by the National Judicial Council to handle corruption cases,in designated special corruption cases nationwide.