The EFCC is prosecuting the duo for allegedly stealing a total sum of N124 million from NIHORT while in office.
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Justice Ladiran Akintola ruled that the lawmakers should maintain the status quo pending the hearing of an application.
The State EXCO equally approved a new waste management initiative that will assist the waste management drive of the state government.
In a statement by the revenue board on Wednesday, its Chairman, Femi Awakan, said that the state government duly obtained a distraining order of the Oyo State High Court before sealing some of the offices of the distribution company.
Justice Elijah Taiwo delivered the judgment in a suit filed by Akintunde through his counsel, Dr. Adebayo Shittu (SAN) and Dr. Adeola Omotunde (SAN), against the Chief of Defence Intelligence; Defence Intelligence Agency; and Attorney-General of Federation.
The convict was tried on a two-count charge of conspiracy and armed robbery.
The AGF and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami (SAN), announced the decision of the Federal Government on Friday.
The convicts are: Oshoboke Sasaeniyan Joseph, Disu Faruk Timileyin, Lawal Emmanuel Olajide, Oyebanji Olabisi Oluwafemi, Adeleke Kehinde Abdulhafeez, Adebola Adedare Temitope and Opeyemi Adedamola
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Chief Olalekan Fakunle, Chief Rasheed Abinupagun and Chief Gabriel Amao, all of Seriki line, had approached the court, challenging the appointment of Oba Adetunji.
The Park Management System was introduced last year following the proscription of the National Union of Road Transport Workers in the state.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibadan Zonal Office said on Monday that it secured Adio’s conviction on Friday.
The judgment was delivered on Monday.
Justice Muniru Owolabi found the defendant guilty in a two-hour judgment delivered on Friday in Ibadan.
This followed a suit marked: I/1346/2020, filed by Musibau Adetunbi, dated October 30, 2020.
At an earlier arraignment at a Magistrate Court, the prosecution had alleged that Muhammed Bashir, 33; Oyeleye Opeyemi, 25; Olamide Ajala, 36; Taiwo Ridwan, 30; Rafiu Mutiu 36; and Fatai Akanji, 49, kidnapped the two-year-old set of twins on April 25, 2020 at Alphonso Road, Sasa area of Ibadan.
The convict was prosecuted by the Ibadan Zonal Office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission on amended one-count charge of obtaining money by false pretence, contrary to Section 419 of the Criminal Code Cap 38, Laws of Oyo State 2000.
The duo was prosecuted by the Ibadan Zonal Office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission on amended one-count charge of obtaining money by false pretence, contrary to Section 1 (1)(a) of the Advance Fee Fraud and (Other Fraud Related) Offences Act, 2006, and punishable under Section 1 (3) of the same Act, to which they pleaded guilty.
Adesakin was found to have committed financial fraud against her employers to the tune of N49,320,652.32 and $368,203.00, which she converted to her personal use.
Olasebikan, who claimed to be a school proprietress in the state capital, was arraigned alongside Tijani on a seven-count charge of conspiracy, forgery and uttering.
The court also nullified the alleged plan by the government to dissolve the 35 Local Council Development Authority executives in the state.