Okorocha, whose residential address was not given, is facing a three-count charge bordering on assault and attempted murder.
The Police Prosecutor, Insp Elisha Olusegun, told the court that the defendant committed the offence on Oct. 27 , at 7 a.m., in Woru area in Osogbo.
Adewale, whose address was not provided, was arraigned on two counts of conspiracy and assault occasioning harm, to which he pleaded not guilty.
Ojo, whose address was not given, is facing a two-count charge of impersonation and assault.
The police charged Best, 40, of foreign affairs quarters, Karu Site, for impersonating a public servant, criminal use of force and voluntarily causing hurt to deter public servants from discharging their lawful duty.
The police charged the defendants, who reside in Giri village Gwagwalada, with five counts of criminal conspiracy, trespass, assault, mischief and theft.
Sikiru, a resident of Mushin area of Lagos, is facing three counts of stealing, serious assault and resisting arrest.
In a petition, Mansur, through her lawyer Malam Sulaiman Lere accused her husband of abuse and lack of care.
The defendants, Chief Kayode Esuleke, Kola Adeosun, Akeem Idowu and Ifasola Esuleke, were arraigned in court on 13 counts of murder, attempted murder, malicious damage, assault, breach of public peace and engaging in a public fight.
Adamu 27and Auwal 28 are facing a three-count charge of conspiracy, assault and stealing, to which they both pleaded not guilty.
This was contained in a statement by Nigeria’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, announcing that the Indonesian ambassador was summoned.
The police charged Bolaji, whose address was not provided, on a two-count charge of breach of peace and assault.
The police charged Ebere, whose address was not provided with conspiracy and assault.
Soyobi, of no fixed address, was convicted on three counts of assault and attempt to escape from police custody.
The defendants, who pleaded not guilty, are being tried on a two-count charge of conspiracy and assault.
The lawyers, who made this known in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Abuja, said the spousal or marital exemption principle implies that by mutual matrimonial consent and contract, the wife had given up her herself unto her husband, which she cannot retract.
Fashola, who resides at No. 13, Awotedun St., Aboru, Ipaja, Lagos, is facing three counts of conspiracy, assault and stealing.
The defendant, of no fixed address, is facing a two-count charge of assault and breach of peace.
Felix Ofulue, Head, Corporate Communications, Ikeja Electric, gave the warning in a statement issued on Thursday in Ikeja.
The defendants, who are standing trial on three counts of joint acts, criminal force and assault, however denied committing the offences.