The trial of the former Minister of Interior, Mr Abba Moro, has been stalled following objections raised by the defence team over the admissibility of a document by the prosecutor.
Mr Moro is facing charges of corruption before a Federal High Court in Abuja.
At the resumed trial, the prosecutor attempted to tender a document through a witness, but the defence team raised objections saying the original copy of the document should be tendered.
Following arguments by both counsels on the admissibility of the document, which is a letter written by a former Comptroller General of Immigration, Justice Nnamdi Dimgba adjourned the trial to June 10, 2016.
Mr Moro and four others are facing an 11-count charge of money laundering.
They are accused of defrauding 676, 675 applicants of the sum of n676, 675, 000, being the aggregate of N1000 paid by each applicant to Drexel ahead of the recruitment exercise which claimed the lives of some job seekers.