Health minister implores NIWA, LASG to protect FG’s Ecological remediation project in Lagos from abuse

Minister of state for Health, Senator Adeleke Olorunnimbe Mamora has implored the Lagos state government and the National Inland Waterways Authority, NIWA, to cherish and protect the project built by the federal government for the remediation of ecological challenges of siltation, flooding and pollution of ferry channels and its adjoining communities in Lagos, phase 1! from Abuse. Senator Mamora stated that it is the responsibility of NIWA to own and maintain the project to ensure its sustainability. Speaking at the unveiling and handing over of the project built by the…

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Police arraign 8 Dangote workers for alleged wilful damage 

Eight workers of Dangote Petrochemical and Oil Refinery, were today, arraigned before a Federal High Court, Lagos, over offences bordering on conspiracy and wilful and unlawful damage of some materials meant for the company. The workers arraigned before Justice Paul Odo Lifu led-court on the charges by the Force Headquarters, Abuja, were: Larry Irek; Plus Omeke; Jasper Dick; Gideon Idah; Ojey Jerry Endurance ‘M’, Hassan Saidu; Igwe David and Nweke Chike. Arraigning the defendants, the prosecutor, Mr. Effiong Asuquo, an Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP), told the court that all the…

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Appeal Court upturns Heritage Bank’s favoured Judgmen on N583.9m loan

A Lagos Division of Appeal Court, has set aside the judgement of Justice Serifat Sonaike, of the Lagos High Court, which granted a summary judgement delivered in favour of Heritage Bank Plc over the sum of N583, 977,998.73 million facilities granted to an Oil and Gas Products Marketing Company, Aime Nigeria Limited. Justice Sonaike had on January 26, 2017, ordered Aime Nigeria limited to pay the sum of N583, 977,998.73 million being the outstanding amount on the loan facilities granted to it by Heritage bank. However, the appellate court in…

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FG files charges against HEDA’s boss, Suraju, for alleged cyberstalking

The federal government has formally filed charges against the Chairman of Human and Environmental Development Agenda (HEDA), Mr. Olarenwaju Suraju, for allegedly cyberstalking the former Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Mr. Mohammed Bello Adoke. The filing of the suit marked: FHC/ABJ/CS/370/2021, at the Federal High Court, Abuja is coming nearly six months after Suraju was arrested and invested by the police following a petition by the former AGF. The AGF’s office is specifically accusing the anti-corruption boss in the four-count charge, of circulating in his social…

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Boss Radio 98.9fm goes “Full Blown “, unveils App, other features

Evangelist Michael Ikoku, the Chairman / Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Havana Hospitality Services Limited recently launched Commercial broadcasting station, Boss Radio 98.9fm which hit the airwaves a few months ago, currently gaining popularity for having a wide range of audience has announced yet another giant step towards ensuring it’s listeners stay glued to the station. Ikoku the Imo born serial entrepreneur who also unveiled his luxurious Havana Cinema months ago, while speaking at a press briefing on Thursday said, ” Boss Radio 98.9fm standing out among others with the…

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Court fixes trail of businessman for alleged N56m fraud Oct. 26 

A Lagos Federal High Court, presided over by Justice Daniel Osiagor, has fixed October 26, 2021, for the commencement of trial of a Nigeria businessman, Victor Ogiemwonyi, who is facing alleged N56 million fraud. Ogiemwonyi and his company,  Partnership Investment Company Limited, are being prosecuted before the court by the Special Fraud Unit (PSFU) arm of the Nigeria Police, on a three count-charge of Conspiracy and obtaining the the sum of N56 million from another businessman, one Chukwunonso Ayodele Obiah. Both Ogiemwonyi and his company were alleged to have carried out the…

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Court summons firm, directors over alleged N680m fraud

A Lagos Federal High Court, today, issued a summon directing a firm, Wallenship Nigeria Limited, it’s Managing Director, Prince Oladele Akinola, a.k.a Alhaji Abubakar and one Temitope Obe, a.k.a. Alhaji Ibrahim, to appear before it over alleged N680 fraud. The court presided over by Justice Daniel Osiogor, issued the summon against all the defendants, sequel to an application made by the officer-In-Charge of Legal Department of Police Special Fraud Unit (PSFU), Barrister. Emmanuel Jackson, a Chief Superintendent of Police (CSP). In urging the court to issue the summon against the…

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Police arraigns Apostle over alleged $94 000 fraud

A 64 year-old Apostle, Olawale Ibikunle Talabi, who police claimed to have allegedly been on the run since 2017,  over alleged $94, 000 fraud, has been arraigned before a Lagos Federal High Court, Lagos. The apostle, was arraigned alongside his company Palilar International Limited, on a two count-charge of Conspiracy and obtaining the sum of $94, 000, by the men of Special Fraud Unit (PSFU), Ikoyi Lagos, of the Nigeria Police, before Justice Abimbola O. Awogboro. The prosecutor, Barrister Chukwu Agwu, while arraigning the defendant, told the court that sometimes in 2013,…

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Mompha dissociates self from Bobrisky’s alleged immoral act

Social media influencer and celebrity, Ismaila Mustapha popularly known as Mompha, has debunked rumour of being in secret, unwholesome and immoral relationship with the popular cross-gender, Idris Olanrewaju Okuneye, a.k.a. Bobrisky. Mompha made the clarification in response to a statement attributed to one of the Bobrisky’s Personal Assistant (PA), Kyme Oye, who claimed during an interview that Mompha and Bobrisky were into amorous (dating) relationship. Mompha described such statement as fake news, Libellous, spurious, baseless, unfounded and baseless. Mompha, in a statement titled  Re: Rumour of Mompha And Bobrisky in a secret…

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Court awards N2.520m against First Bank, FIRS for unlawful freezing of lawyer’s account

Justice Daniel Osiagor of thd Lagos Federal High Court, today, ordered First Bank Plc and Federal Inland Revenue Services (FIRS) to pay a total sum of N2, 520, 000 million, to a lawyer and Activist, Johnson Odion Esezoobo, whose Law Firm’s account was unlawfully frozen over false tax default of N54 million. Justice Osiogor, made the order while granting all the reliefs sought for by Barrister Esezoobo in his fundamental rights enforcement suit brought against First Bank and FIRS. Barrister Esezoobo had in his suit marked FHC/L/CS/1736/19, asked the court to order…

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