AMCON seeks Judiciary intervention to recover over N5trillion debt

Photo Caption: Sitting L-R: Hon. Justice Adamu Jauro of the Court of Appeal; Mr. Ahmed Kuru, Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON); Hon. Justice Zainab Bulkachuwa CFR, Nigeria’s President of the Court of Appeal; Hon. Justice A.D. Yahaya as well as Hon. Justice T.A. Wilson. Standing L-R: Hon. Justice Idris Buba; Hon. Justice S.J. Adah; Hon. Justice P.O. Ige; Mr Albert Nwanozie, Head, Legal Department, AMCON; Hon. Justice E. Agim; Mr Joshua Ikioda, Group Head, Resolution Strategy, AMCON; Mr Jude Nwauzor, Head, Corporate Communications Department, AMCON;…

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Royal Air Maroc flight returns to MMIA apron after cargo door indicator light comes on

The pilot flying a B737-700 belonging to Royal Air Maroc with registration number CN-RNQ discovered that the cargo door light was flickering on, despite the Aviation security escort visual observation that the Cargo door was closed. he alerted the control tower, requesting to return back to the apron, at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport Lagos, at about 05.30 hours today, October 20, 2019. The Aviation Security escort team remained with the aircraft as it taxied back to the apron. At  the apron, all concerned officers of FAAN and other agencies…

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ICAO appoints AIB safety investigator, Erhueh as BAGAIA new Commissioner

The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) has appointed Engr. Charles Irikefe Erhueh, a safety investigator with Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) Nigeria, as the new Commissioner of the Banjul Accord Group Accident Investigation Agency (BAGAIA). Erhueh was picked after a thorough recruitment process in which various applicants from within and outside the member states applied for the advertised position. The BAGAIA is coordinated by ICAO to assist its member states, comprising of seven West African States namely Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, Cape Verde and Sierra Leone, in the conduct of…

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Police arraign Lagos socialite, Otunba Ashogbon for false information

Men of Nigerian Police Force, Onikan-Lagos, have arraigned a 57 year-old Lagos socialite, Otunba Olusegun Ashogbon, before a Lagos Chief Magistrate’s Court, Igbosere, over alleged perjury. Police alleged in a charge marked L/51/2019, that the Owo, Ondo State born defendant committed the offence on November 12, 2015, at Are Avenue, off Sawyer Street, Dopemu area of Lagos State. The defendant, who is also called Titilayo Oladimeji, was arraigned before Magistrate O. O. Otitoloju on one count charge of given false information against one Remi Louis. The offence according to the…

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