Babalakin, the Chairman of Bi-Courteny Nigeria Limited, who spoke at a seminar organised by the Nigeria Bar Association, Ibadan, Oyo State branch, said it was unfortunate that judges were not appointed on merit
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Justice Ibrahim Buba, in a ruling, upturned the order on the grounds that it was an abuse of court process since the order was obtained in the face of previous pending cases and specific orders.
Wali, while inaugurating a six-storey, fully-serviced, new NBA House, on Victoria Island, Lagos on Tuesday, disclosed that the structure was realised through partnership between one of Babalakin’s companies, Stabilini Visinoni Limited, and the NBA
This is even more so when such an exceptional Nigerian has been the target of vilification and orchestrated witch-hunt over projects that ordinarily ought to be a thing of pride to our country
One of the generators at the new court complex, where Lawal-Akapo’s courtroom is situated, was said to have developed a fault on Thursday, according to an official
Udoh, who recalled that he was the Master of Ceremony at the foundation-laying ceremony and the inauguration of MMA2 during the former President Olusegun Obasanjo’s administration, praised the resilience of Bi-Courtney to keep the terminal clean at all times
Babalakin, in the application filed before Justice Lateef Lawal-Akapo, asked the court to dismiss the N4.7 billion fraud charge preferred against him and four others
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission had charged him for allegedly transferring monies on behalf of convicted former Delta State Governor, James Ibori
Babalakin is standing trial for allegedly transferring N4.7 billion on behalf of convicted former Delta State Governor, James Ibori
The adjournment followed the reassignment of the case to Justice Lateef Lawal-Akapo of an Ikeja High Court by the Chief Judge of Lagos State, Justice Ayotunde Phillips
According to court documents obtained, others against whom Bi-Courtney wants the order of contempt made include FAAN; the authority’s Chief Security Officer, Colonel C.L. Onalo; and its General Manager, Public Affairs, Yakubu Dati
Wale Babalakin, the Chairman, Bi-Courtney Limited, on Sunday urged the Oyo State Government to hand over Government College, Ibadan to…
In his ruling, Justice Onigbanjo refused the application on the grounds that the applicant failed to establish any evidence of abuse of court process
BASL, in a statement on Sunday by Steve Omolale-Ajulo, said FAAN has engaged the company in a needless fight through sponsored articles in the media
“It is interesting to note that the court has ordered that this set-off be implemented since 2012, and there has been no successful appeal against the judgement
Babalakin was arraigned by the EFCC alongside Alex Okoh and three companies: Stabilini Vision Limited, Bi-Courtney Limited and Renix Nigeria Limited, on January 17, 2013, on a 27-count criminal charge that borders on conspiracy to commit felony, corruptly conferring benefit on account of public action and retention of proceeds of a criminal conduct to the tune of N4.7 billion
It was learnt that the major aim of the group is the unity of the country
Justice Idris had on November 29, 2012 granted leave to Babalakin to apply for an order of prohibition to review the legality and constitutionality of the 27 count criminal charges preferred against him at the Lagos High Court.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission is accusing Mr. Babalakin, and one Alex Okoh of laundering the billions for convicted former Delta State Governor, James Ibori.
The termination of the contract, worth N10 billion, was announced on Monday by the Minister of Works, Architect Mike Onolememen