The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Mohammed is facing a 15-count charge preferred against him by the EFCC on allegations of conspiracy, money laundering and forgery.
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Anastasia Daniel-Nwobia, a second defence witness in the trial of former Minister of Interior, Abba Moro, on Thursday, said the…
Justice Ahmed Mohammed, in a ruling, sustained the objection raised by Ahmed Raji, SAN, counsel for Yakubu.
At the resumed sitting on Thursday, counsel for the EFCC, Wahab Shittu, tendered the statement of the witness against Shamsudeen as part of his trial for a 15-count charge bordering on money laundering and false declaration of assets
Earlier this week, while trawling through Twitter (a platform I hardly use), I stumbled on a news item marked: “Breaking News.” The headline read: “Court Halts MultiChoice’s Hike in DStv Subscription Rates.” It was a report on an interim injunction granted by Justice Nnamdi Dimgba of the Federal High Court,
The Senate on April 2, suspended Senator Ovie Omo-Agege over a “dissenting comment’’ on decision of the Upper Chamber on adoption of conference report on INEC Commission Act (2010) Amendment Bill.
Omo-Agege, who represents Delta Central Senatorial District, filed the suit to challenge his suspension from the Senate
Justice Nnamdi Dimgba, who granted the order, held that it was to enable the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, investigate the acquisition of Ariwabai Aruera Reachout Foundation, a property liked to Jonathan.
In a unanimous judgment of the Court of Appeal, delivered by Justice T. O. Awotoye, the appellant court dismissed Melaye’s appeal for lacking in merit as it disclosed no cause of action
The judge, Justice Nnamdi Dimgba, fixed the date after listening to arguments from counsel to the parties.
Justice Nnamdi Dimgba modified part of the order he granted on October 17 giving the Federal Government interim ownership of funds in all the non-BVN linked bank accounts
Adegboruwa stated his position in a statement he signed on Saturday but obtained by The Eagle Online on Sunday
The judge gave the order on Wednesday while ruling on an ex-parte application brought by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission
In his ruling, Dimgba ordered that the case file be returned to the acting Chief Judge of Federal High Court, Justice Abdul Kafarati, for re-assignment to Minna Division of the court in Niger State.
Justice Nnamdi Dimgba of the Federal High Court, Abuja struck out the motion after INEC’s counsel, Yunus Usman (SAN), announced the withdrawal in court
Justice Nnamdi Dimgba gave INEC the permission to go ahead with the process on Monday after dismissing Melaye’s suit for lacking merit.
Melaye is the representative of Kogi West Senatorial District
Justice Nnamdi Dimgba of a Federal High Court, Abuja, granted the permission following an application filed by defendant’s counsel, Olusegun Jolawo, asking for the release of Turaki’s travel documents.
The Independent National Electoral Commission had commenced the process to recall Melaye, but the senator went to court, seeking stoppage of the process.
INEC commenced Melaye’s recall following the receipt of a petition from members of his constituency demanding that he be recalled