The minutes of the meetings, which took place at the Nigerian High Commission office, was made available to the News Agency of Nigeria in Jos, Plateau State on Saturday.
Magistrate Daniel Damulak sentenced Musa and Aliyu after they pleaded guilty to the offence.
A distress call had been received through the Divisional Police Officer, Kafanchan, that some unknown gunmen had blocked Jagindi Godo-Godo road, attacked a Sharon Vehicle with registration number MGU 15 ZF and abducted the occupants.
The delegation, which was led by the Institute’s Librarian, Dr. Emmanuel Mammam, is on study tour to Lagos State as part of their research works which will be compiled and forwarded to the presidency for Policy formulation as a routine of the institute.
The 61-year-old suspect, identified as Kfouri Suleiman, also known as Simo, has lived in Jos for 38 years.
The Minister of Works and Housing, Babatunde Raji Fashola (SAN), represented by the Minister of States for Works and Housing, Engr. Abubakar Aliyu, made the remark at the 9th Council on Lands, Housing and Urban Development Meeting held in Jos, Plateau State.
The new Head of Service, Sunday Hyat, said this when the national executive of Gindiri Old Students Association, his alma mater, visited him in Jos.
The acting DG of the institute, Chukwuemeka Udaya, who disclosed this to newsmen on Friday, said the lecture would hold on March 13.
James pleaded guilty to trespass, housebreaking, mischief and theft and begged for leniency.
Pius Hawen, the club’s General Manager, made the promise shortly before the players left Jos for Nnewi to honour their weekend fixture in the 2020/2021 Nigeria Professional Football League.
Saeed, 18, and Ahmed, who is also18-year-old, were convicted for conspiracy, trespass, burglary and theft.
A panel of two Magistrates, Ghazali Adam and Hyacinth Dolnaan, who sentenced Ibrahim after he pleaded guilty to the offence, however, gave him an option to pay a fine of N20,000 or spend three months in prison.
The suspects, aged 23 to 33, who are believed to be involved in romance and other related internet fraud, were arrested in the early hours of February 8, 2021, following actionable intelligence received by the Commission.
The Judge, Daniel Damulak, who sentenced Mohammed after he pleaded guilty to the offence, however, gave him an option to pay a fine of N20,000.
Delivering judgment, the judge, Daniel Damulak, gave the convict an option of N30,000 fine after he pleaded guilty to the offence.
The judge, Lawal Suleiman, however, gave Monday an option to pay a fine for each offence.
The NDLEA spokesman, Deputy Commander of Narcotics Jonah Achema, announced this in a statement on Friday in Abuja.
Yahaya Sani, 30, and Samuel Aroh, 35, both businessmen, were found guilty of receiving stolen property.
News Agency of Nigeria reports that stern-looking security personnel have been strategically stationed to provide security in and around the Rwang Pam stadium, venue of the opening ceremony.
Dan, a part-time lecturer with the Plateau State Polytechnic and a PhD student with the Nasarawa State University, Keffi, made the call in an interview with News Agency of Nigeria on Monday in Jos.