Justice Rita Ofili-Ajumobogia, a former judge of a federal high court, yesterday slumped at an Ikeja High Court.
Ajumogobia, who did not betray any emotion on entering the court in the morning, slumped in the court, a few minutes before the commencement of proceedings in the alleged graft suit preferred against her by EFCC.
It was gathered that the former judge was rushed to the hospital in an ambulance belonging to the Lagos State judiciary.
The development forced the trial judge, Justice Hakeem Oshodi, to adjourn court proceedings in the charge against her till January 26.
The adjournment was sequel to a request by her lead counsel, Mr. Robert Clarke, SAN.
As at last sitting, the court had fixed yesterday to hear the no case submission of Ajumogobia and Obla.
Ofili-Ajumogobia is standing trial alongside Obla (SAN) on a 31-count charge bordering on an alleged perversion of the course of justice, unlawful enrichment and forgery proffered by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).