A three-member bench of the apex court in its decision said in his absence the trial court should conclude the case and give its final verdict.
The defence lawyer maintained that his client was in jail since 2014, however, not even a single witness was presented before the court for five years.
The lawyer representing the victim's family said commission formed to probe the matter has released its report.
The case was filed by Zahid Ali Akbar against the NAB, which according to the petitioner received Rs. 26 million in excess from him in plea bargain.
Several persons and departments have laid their claims on the Haroon Moosa Building, prompting the court to order an inquiry into its ownership.
A three-member bench of the apex court heard the case.
The employees were suspended for physically carrying Nawaz Sharif's release orders from Islamabad to Lahore on Tuesday night.
NAB could arrest a person if sufficient material was present to establish the links of the person in question with a crime, order read.
The prosecutor of National Accountability Bureau (NAB) argued before the bench that the accused have been involved in corruption and financial irregularities.