Panel chairperson Doris Okuwobi said at a session: “We cannot force them to come. We will take on the petitions as if they are not present.
Police authorities have hitherto refrained from carrying out the arrest until now.
The police charged Ms. Iselobhor, 51, with conspiracy and theft on Friday.
“The driver resisted arrest and while trying to escape, knocked down a police inspector from the bridge who fell into a canal,” Mr. Adejobi said.
“The defendant, since 2013, has failed to pay anything to the complainant.”
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She was also alleged to have marked a building with the phrase “keep off, EFCC under investigation.”
The accused pleads not guilty.
The defendants, Chinedu Oluwa, 22, Emenike Orji, 25, and Patrick Agore, 29, are facing a two-count charge.
He was convicted for assaulting members of Special Offences (Enforcement) Unit at Airport-Bus stop.