Justice Donatus Okorowo also awarded a N25 million damages against Yusuf for causing psychological pain and damage to Doguwa.
The accused were: Fred Okunnu, 43; Lucky Idudu, 33 and Segun Adedigba, 26.
The three are standing trial for alleged robbery and murder of late Sanni.
Recall that the Media aide to Senator Adeola, Kayode Odunaro revealed that Sanni was stopped on the fateful day (August 5) at a checkpoint around Berger area of Lagos on his way to his home, at Isheri by security agents.
The defendants are standing trial on two counts of conspiracy and stealing, to which each pleaded not guilty.
The Prosecutor, Inspector Bassey Sunday, told the court that the defendants committed the offences, between July 3 and September 14 at Plot 12, Block 5, Ogudu GRA Phase II, Ogudu, Lagos.
The Appeal Court in a unanimous decision dismissed four separate appeals filed against the governor.
Delivering judgement on Friday, a three-member panel of the court held that the election that produced Suleiman was full of irregularities.
Justice James Omotosho, in a judgment, dismissed all the grounds put forward by the NBC, describing them as “an afterthought.”
Justice Inyang Ekwo, in a judgment, held that the former president had failed to comply with the provisions of the laws in the duo’s appointment.
When the matter was called, the plaintiff, Victor Opatola, a lawyer who chose to represent himself, told the court that he had received the preliminary objections to the suit from the Federal Government and the Attorney-General of the Federation.
Opatola, however, said that he had yet to receive any process from the National Assembly and the EFCC chairman.
Soladoye said he beat his wife and children to correct them when they were wrong
He added that he loves his family and wants the best for them.
Justice Rahman Oshodi remanded Oyebola in Kirikiri Correctional Centre, where he was currently held.
The jurist made the threat on Wednesday in Abuja.
The matter was slated for re-arraignment of the defendants but when the matter was called, only Sowore was present in court.
David Kaswe, the Chief State Counsel from the AGF’s Chambers, told Justice Inyang Ekwo shortly after the matter was called for hearing
The defendant, Geoffrey Olusegun Akindele’s bail was revoked by the judge following his non-appearance in court for continuation of trial.
Google, the 2nd defendant in the suit, told Justice Obiora Egwuatu that Peter’s claims were unmeritorious, unworthy and should be dismissed in its entirety.
The defendant, who resides in Benin City, Edo, is charged with alleged driving without a driver’s licence, dangerous and reckless driving and causing death.
It will be recalled that Novare is the owner of retail malls, including Shoprite malls, in the country.
Justice Peter Kekemeke gave the interim order following an ex-parte motion moved to the effect by counsel to the applicants, Darlington Ozurumba.
Musa was charged with intentional insult, assault, criminal intimidation and defamation of character through a direct criminal complaint filed in court.
Magistrate Farouk Ibrahim-Umar, who did not take the plea of the defendant, ordered the police to return the case file to the State Director of Public Prosecutions for legal advice.
Justice Inyang Ekwo, in a judgment, held that the Director General of the NYSC and the corps, who were defendants in the suit, were guilty of misrepresentation of material facts.
Justice Fatun Riman of a Federal High Court (FHC), Awka Division, has died.