Breaking News: Court Orders FG To Pay Igboho N20billion

An Oyo State High Court sitting in Ibadan, Friday ordered the Federal Government of Nigeria to pay the sum of N20billion to Chief Sunday Adeyemo also known as Igboho as damages for the invasion of his residence.

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NICE ONE!!! Court Declines Request To Bail 11 Suspected Kidnappers » Naijaloaded

Justice Obiora Egwuatu of the Federal High Court in Abuja has thrown out the bail application filed by 11 suspected kidnappers currently at the police custody in Lafia, Nasarawa State.

The judge held that the suspects, who allegedly killed two officials of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FIRSC) before kidnapping seven others, were engaging in abuse of court process and forum shopping in their bail request against the provisions of the law.

The suspects are Austine Clement, Muktar Uba, Nura Abdullah, Yahaya Yau, Sirajo Abubakar, Istifanus Damalan and Hassan Aliyu.

Others are Badamasu Usman, Kabir Isah and Eze Chibuike.

Lawyer to the defendants, Mr Mohammed Danjuma had applied to the judge that the defendants be admitted to bail on the ground that they have been hauled into police custody for almost one year the alleged offence was committed.

The counsel claimed that his clients are being unjustly detained by police and pleaded that the11 defendants are granted bail.

However, police debunked the submission of the defendants’ lawyer adding that valid terrorism charges have been preferred against them at a Federal High Court in Lafia, the Nasarawa State capital.

Counsel to Police, Mr Tijani Obafemi Alade while vehemently opposing the bail request revealed that 13 witnesses have been lined up to give evidence in the matter as required by law.

Besides, police counsel further revealed that a valid and subsisting bail application had earlier been filed in Lafia and already fixed for hearing in October.

Police counsel accused the defendants of engaging in gross abuse of court process and forum shopping and urged Justice Egwuatu to reject the fresh bail application.

In the drama that ensued, the judge subjected the defendants’ lawyer to questioning during which he admitted that a valid bail motion was actually pending before another court.

Angered by the abuse of court process and forum shopping, Justice Egwuatu struck out the bail request and warned the defendants to always follow due process of law.

The judge ordered that the suspected kidnappers remain in police custody till the Federal High Court in Lafia will determine their bail request.

They were charged with kidnapping and terrorism offences punishable under section 1 (2) of the Terrorism Prevention Act.

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BUSTED!! N345m stolen from Kano Sharia Court (Read Full Details) » Naijaloaded

The Sharia Court in Kano and the State Public Complaints and Anti-Corruption Commission are investigating an illegal withdrawal of N345million from a holding account.

The money was removed by unauthorized persons from a bank account operated in trust of inheritors.

Eons Intelligence reported it was part of funds deposited by the Sharia Court, being the custodians, in a case of inheritance.

Chief Registrar, Sheikh Haruna Khalil revealed that only N9million was left in the account.

Grand Khadi of Kano Sharia Court of Appeal, Dr. Tijjani Yusuf confirmed the matter.

“We have already submitted the matter to Kano State Public Complaints and Anti-Corruption Commission for investigation”, he said.

Acting Chairman of the Kano anti-graft agency, Mahmoud Balarabe assured that the probe will uncover the culprits.

Meanwhile, some computers in the accounts section of the Court Division are also missing

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My Husband Is A Serial Adulterer, He Slept With My Sister, Woman Tells Court » Naijaloaded

A 57-year-old trader, Mrs. Chima Udemi, told an Igando Customary Court in Lagos on Wednesday that husband, Tobechukwu, was an unrepentant adulterer who has slept with her sister.

Udemi, responding to a suit filed by Tobechukwu, who had accused her of Infidelity.

“Tobechukwu is a serial womaniser, he sleeps with my younger sister and my friends.

“He once abandoned me and our seven children and relocated to his mistress’ house.

“He is an irresponsible husband and father. I struggled, doing unpleasant jobs to feed my children.

“He lives with me in the house I single-handedly built, eats my food, drinks my water and still frustrates my life.

“If my husband insists on divorcing me, he should be ready to move out of my house,” she said.

The mother of seven urged the court to grant her husband’s request for the dissolution of their marriage.

“When I die, he should not come for my burial. And I can assure you that when he dies, I will never attend his burial,” she said.

The petitioner, Tobechukwu, prayed the court to dissolve his 33-year-old marriage accusing wife of Infidelity.

“My wife is having an affair with a man from her village. She also abandoned me and the children for 10 years.

“She deserted her matrimonial home to unknown destination for 10 years, she just returned in 2020,” he said.

After listening to both parties, the President of the Court, Mr Adeniyi Koledoye, directed the estranged couple to maintain peace.

Koledoye adjourned the case until Sept.21 for further hearing.


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WAHALA!! Court Jails Man For Aiding His Brother To Escape » Naijaloaded

A Badagry Magistrates’ Court in Lagos State on Monday ordered that a 47-year-old man, Abodunrin Ohai, who pleaded guilty to aiding a suspect to escape, be remanded in a correctional centre.

Ohai had stood as a surety for his brother, Olatunbosun, in a case of conspiracy, burglary and robbery and was granted bail by the Court.

The Chief Magistrate, Mr Fadahunsi Adefioye who gave the order, adjourned the case until Oct.13, for mention.

The Prosecution Counsel, ASP Clement Okuoimose, told the court that the surety aided the escape of the suspect from lawful custody in a case of conspiracy, burglary and stealing.

He said that the surety, thereby obstructed, prevented and perverted the course of justice.

Okuiomose said that the surety entered into bond for the forfeiture of the sum of N100,000 in the case between Commissioner of Police and the accused reported by Oguntande Wole, the complainant.

The prosecutor said the offence contravened the provisions of sections 107 and 97 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2015.

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Court Free Woman Who Threatened To Kill Neighbour In 3 Days » Naijaloaded

A Makurdi Upper Area Court 2, on Monday granted bail to one Sewuese Angum, who allegedly threatened to kill her neighbour, Mercy Ashema in three days.

In her ruling, the Magistrate, Ms Rose Iorshe, said the accused shall be granted bail in the sum of N50,000 and one surety in the like sum.

The Police Prosecutor, Insp Veronica Shaagee, had told the court earlier that the case was reported at the D Divisional Police Station, Ankpa Ward, Makurdi on Aug. 25, by Ashema.

“On the same date, at about 3:30 p.m., when she (Ashema) came back from work, immediately she opened the gate, her neighbour one Sewuese Angum of the same address, poured sand on her body and vowed that in three days she will die.”

Shaagee said that investigation into the matter was ongoing and requested for more time to complete it.

She said the accused contravened sections 397 and 263 of the penal Code Law as suggested.

The accused, however, pleaded not guilty to the charges.

The Magistrate adjourned the case to Sept. 16, for further hearing.

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