The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has detailed how a senior Nigerian lawyer Rickey Tarfa bribed two federal judges – Justices Muhammad Yunusu and Nganjiwa Hyeladzira Ajiya. The anti-graft commission accused Tarfa, in a fresh 27-count charge, of bribing Justice Ajiya with N1.5m transferred to the latter’s account through a Zenith Bank account on 29 January, 2014. He was, also, said to have bribed another judge, Muhammad Nasir Yunusu of the same Federal High Court, Lagos as Ajiya, with N750,000 transferred from an Access Bank account. The second bribe was implied to have been facilitated by Justice Ajiya. Tarfa will equally face charges of ‘wilful obstruction’ of an EFCC agent in carrying out his duties, false asset declaration and giving false information to an officer of EFCC. Another senior lawyer, Joseph Nwobike will equally face bribery charge. Nwobike was alleged to have bribed Justice Ajiya with N750,000.00 on 19 March, 2015 through his United Bank for Africa Plc and another N300,000 to Justice Yunusa on 28 September, 2015 in Lagos. The EFCC had earlier arrested and released Tarfa for bribing Justice Yunusa with N225,000, which he claimed was for the judge’s father-in-law’s burial cost.