The police charged Makinde Abiodun, 25; Opara Bashil, 25 and Olalekan Adewale,19, with conspiracy and assault.
The defendant, who appeared before Magistrate D. S. Odukoya, pleaded not guilty to the three-count charge of assault, stealing and causing a breach of the peace.
The defendants, whose addresses were unknown, are facing a three-count charge of obstruction of duty, possession of charms and assault.
The police charged Muhammed, who resides in Giri Kposere village, Gwagwalada with criminal trespass, intimidation and assault.
The Judge, Sulyman Ola, discharged Gabriel following an application by the Prosecutor, Chinedu Ogada, that the case be struck out due to lack of interest by Ajinga.
The police charged Zakari of Jiwa, Abuja, with criminal force, assault, causing hurt and theft.
Hassan, a bus conductor, and Lateef, a tricycle driver, were arraigned before Magistrate A.S. Odusanya on four counts of conspiracy, belonging to an unlawful society, assault and stealing.
A woman on Sunday morning accused Greenwood of physical violence and police have confirmed the 20-year-old England international remains in custody as enquiries continue.
Oladipupo, whose address was not provided, is facing two counts of impersonation and assault, before an Ado-Ekiti Magistrates’ Court.
It was learnt that both the Nigerian Foreign Affairs Minister, Geofrey Onyeama, and the Ambassador to Togo, Debo Adesina, had immediately moved in on Saturday after getting wind of the incident where some of the Nigerian passengers were shown being assaulted by airport security operatives.
The defendant, of no fixed address, was arraigned before Magistrate O.A. Layinka on a two-count charge of assault and stealing.
The defendant, whose address is unknown, is facing two counts of assault and breach of peace.
Akinyemi, 60 and Babalola, 63, are facing three counts of conspiracy, assault and willful damage.
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.