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Sylva And Apc Rest Case Against Diri With 52 Witnesses1

Sylva and APC Rest Case Against Diri with 52 Witnesses

In a significant development at the election petition tribunal in Abuja, the All Progressives Congress (APC) and its Bayelsa State governorship candidate, Timipre Sylva, concluded their challenge against Governor Duoye Diri’s re-election by presenting 52 witnesses, including former Commissioner of Police Akeem Alausa. The APC and Sylva are disputing the election results that saw Diri […]

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Court Sets Date To Consider Removal Of 27 Pro Wike Lawmakers

Court Sets Date to Consider Removal of 27 Pro-Wike Lawmakers

The Federal High Court in Port Harcourt has scheduled March 18, 2024, to deliberate on a lawsuit to unseat 27 Rivers State House of Assembly members. These members, under the leadership of Speaker Martin Amaewhule, shifted allegiance from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to the All Progressives Congress (APC), aligning with former Governor Nyesom Wike

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Supreme Court Expands To Full Strength With 11 New Justices

Supreme Court Expands to Full Strength with 11 New Justices

On Monday, the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Olukayode Ariwoola, administered the oath to 11 new Supreme Court Justices, elevating the bench’s total to 21 members. This move was applauded by Senior Advocates of Nigeria (SANs), who are optimistic that this will significantly reduce the Supreme Court’s extensive backlog of cases. The confirmation of these

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Ogun Judicial Workers Launch Five Day Warning Strike Over Allowances

Ogun Judicial Workers Launch Five-Day Warning Strike Over Allowances

Judicial workers in Ogun State initiated a five-day warning strike on Monday to protest the non-payment of their 40% peculiar allowance. The strike action, led by the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN), Ogun State chapter, resulted in the shutdown of the state high court and magistrate court in Isabo, Abeokuta, leaving many lawyers stranded

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Court Compels Npc To Reveal Spending Details On Suspended 2023 Census1

Court Compels NPC to Reveal Spending Details on Suspended 2023 Census

The Federal High Court in Abuja has mandated the National Population Commission (NPC) to disclose detailed expenditures for the indefinitely postponed 2023 Population Census within seven days. Initially scheduled for 2022 and later moved to 2023, the census was halted by former President Muhammadu Buhari shortly before his term ended, deferring the responsibility to President

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Supreme Court Rejects Fgs Appeal In Orubebes Code Of Conduct Case1

Supreme Court Rejects FG’s Appeal in Orubebe’s Code of Conduct Case

The Supreme Court has ruled against the Federal Government’s appeal concerning the acquittal of Godsday Orubebe, the former Minister of Niger Delta, on charges of breaching the Code of Conduct for Public Officers. A panel of five justices found the appeal invalid due to procedural errors. Specifically, the Federal Government failed to secure the necessary

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Businessman Receives N30M Bail In Lagos For Alleged N10M Fraud Case1

Businessman Receives N30m Bail in Lagos for Alleged N10m Fraud Case

In Lagos, a Federal High Court has set a N30 million bail for businessman Lanre Smith, who faces allegations of a N10 million fraud. Justice Ibrahim Kala approved the bail following a plea by Smith’s attorney, Akin Apara, who argued for lenient bail conditions on the grounds of Smith’s presumed innocence until proven guilty. The

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Ex Air Force Chiefs Cleared Of N22.8Bn Fraud By Court1

Ex-Air Force Chiefs Cleared of N22.8bn Fraud by Court

The Federal High Court in Lagos has dismissed a N22.8 billion fraud allegation against former Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Adesola Amosu, and two other senior Air Force officials. In a significant ruling, Justice Chukwujekwu Aneke acquitted the military officers, addressing the preliminary objections that challenged the court’s authority to prosecute them for the

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Supreme Court Upholds Ahmadu Fintiris Victory As Adamawa Governor

Supreme Court Upholds Ahmadu Fintiri’s Victory as Adamawa Governor

The Supreme Court of Nigeria has upheld Governor Ahmadu Fintiri’s election as Adamawa State’s Governor. This decision was delivered by Justice John Okoro, who led a five-member panel. The appeal filed by the All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship candidate, Aisha Dahiru, was dismissed for lacking merit. In the judgement, Justice Okoro criticized the actions of

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Lagos Pastor Sentenced to Life for Rape

Feyi Daniels, the founder of iReign Christian Ministry in Lagos, has been sentenced to life imprisonment by the Ikeja Sexual Offences and Domestic Violence court for raping a church member. The trial judge, Rahman Oshodi, found Daniels guilty of raping and sexually assaulting a female worshipper, leading to his life sentence at the Kirikiri custodial

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