NDLEA arraigns 2 for unlawful dealing in 13kg of hard drugs

Two hard drug importers, Hassan Bishi Taiwo and Ikebuila Chukwunonso Samson, were today, arraigned before a Lagos Federal High Court, by the men of National Drug Laws Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), for unlawful dealing in 1.6 kilogrammes of Cocaine and 11.55 kilogrammes of heroin. The two defendants were arraigned separately. While Hassan was arraigned on a count-charge of unlawful dealing in 1.6 kilogrammes of Cocaine, Ikebuila was arraigned on a two-count charge of conspiracy and unlawful dealing in 11.55 kilogrammes of heroin. Arraigning the two defendants today, the prosecutor, Mr. Augustine…

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FG charges British-American Tobacco for allegedly perverting cause of justice

The federal government through the Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission, (FCCPC) has slammed a three-count charge of perverting the cause of justice, against British American Tabacco Nigeria Limited (BATN)  Charged alongside BATN before a Lagos Federal High Court, is one Austin Okonji, said to be the tobacco’s firm Risk Manager. Both BATN and Okonji were alleged to  have perverted the cause of justice, by obstructing and impeding the police and PCCPC officials to execute a search warrant issued by an Abuja division of the Court, in a suit marked  FHC/ABJ/CS/1662/2020, issued on December…

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NCAA DG describes Air Peace acquisition of brand new Aircraft as milestone in Nigeria’s Aviation

… Lauds Onyema’s entrepreneurial acumen The director-general of Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, NCAA, Captain Musa Nuhu, has described the acquisition of brand new aircraft by Air Peace as a milestone in Nigeria’s aviation industry, noting that what is happening in the industry is a paradigm shift. Nuhu stated this at a recent ceremony held at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, to mark the delivery of Air Peace’s third brand new E195-E2 aircraft out 13 on firm order. Lauding the Air Peace Chairman, Allen Onyema, the DG emphasised that the…

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Ex-Malawian president condoles with Nigeria on T.B Joshua’s death

Ex-Malawian president, Mrs. Joyce Banda has sent a condolence message to Nigeria and the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) on the passage of Prophet T.B.Joshua.  Mrs. Banda described the late cleric a servant of the Lord that was ready to obey God at times.  She also narrated how God used Prophet T.B. Joshua to heal her husband. She wrote: “We want to thank God for the precious gift, Senior Prophet T.B.Joshua, that He gave to the world. ” In 2009, my husband Richard Banda was serving as Chief Justice…

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