“Restitution is not alien to our criminal justice system; neither was it ordered by the trial court without legal basis. The power to make order of restitution is vested in our courts by various procedural and substantive laws. See for instance Section 11 of the Advance Fee Fraud and other Related Offences Act as well as Part 32 of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act. See the cases of EDUN & ANOR V. FRN (2019) LPELR 46947 (SC); AJIBOYE V. FRN (2018) LPELR 44468 (SC). It is therefore clear that the order of restitution made by the trial court pursuant to section 11 of the Advance Fee Fraud and other Related Offences Act was in order.” Per ADAMU JAURO, JSC in PATRICK EZERIKE V. THE STATE (2022-LCER-46643-SC) at P. 49; Paras. C-G.