Consequently, Concise News understands, the trial stalled at the FCT High Court on Tuesday.
The federal government is prosecuting the former Chairman of Adhoc Committee on Petroleum Subsidy Regime in the House over corruption.
On resumption of the case on Tuesday, the Prosecution Counsel, Chief Adegboyega Awomolo (SAN), informed the court that Otedola, who was giving evidence for the prosecution, was not in court because he was sick.
Awomolo then tendered a medical report notifying the court of the sickness of the oil and gas businessman.
Therefore, Justice Angela Otaluka adjourned the case till June 10 and June 11 for continuation of the hearing.