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Dele Momodu Appeals To EFCC To Stop Parade Of Arrested Suspects
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Dele Momodu Appeals To EFCC To Stop Parade Of Arrested Suspects

Chairman of Ovation Media Group Dele Momodu has called on the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to stop the parade of suspects who have not been prosecuted and convicted. Mr Momodu’s appeal came after the EFCC’s latest parade of 10 internet fraud suspects in Lagos. “I wish to appeal to EFCC & security agencies to stop rushing to parade pictures of young Nigerians on social media pages when their cases have not been prosecuted and they’re not convicted,” he said on Tuesday. “This habit may permanently damage some of these guys permanently if later found innocent.” Momodu also urged the Nigeria Bar Association (NBA) to intervene in the matter. “Our dear @officialefcc please, it is not every young Nigerian carrying laptop that is a Yahoo Yahoo fraudster… There is ...
Bear With Us, If We Have Not Done Enough – Buhari Appeals To Nigerians
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Bear With Us, If We Have Not Done Enough – Buhari Appeals To Nigerians

President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday appealed to Nigerians yet to feel the impacts of his Administration and those who feel the government is not doing enough to bear with the government. The President made the appeal in Ilorin at a town hall meeting with the traditional rulers, youths, students, organised labour, market women and other stakeholders on the #EndSARS protest and its aftermath. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN recalled the President had directed all his cabinet ministers to go to their respective states and interact with the people over the protest and what the government had done. The Kwara state meeting hosted in Ilorin by the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed was attended by the state Governor Abdulrazaq Abdulrahman. Speaker of the sta...
ENDSARS: Olakunle Churchill Appeals Ondo Youths For Calm, Calls On IGP To Act
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ENDSARS: Olakunle Churchill Appeals Ondo Youths For Calm, Calls On IGP To Act

With the incessant protest against bad governance and police brutality, in Nigeria, a renowned African Enterpreneur, Philanthropist and Humanitarian, has joined the protest, calling on youths to relax their anger in agitating for good governance. Dr. Churchill made the statement few hours ago, while reacting to the nationwide EndSARS Protest which is fast attracting international worries, global discusses and proactive interventions. He however called on the Federal Government and IGP to immediately swing into actions in other to address the requests of Youths across the nation. In his statement, he adviced youths to be calm and avoid any more destruction of lives and properties. He has however promised to engage government in a round table discussion that will further provide resol...
EndSARS: Obasanjo Reacts To Violence Against Protesters, Appeals For Calm
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EndSARS: Obasanjo Reacts To Violence Against Protesters, Appeals For Calm

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has written an eight paragraph letter to President Muhammadu Buhari asking him to address Nigerians on the state of the nation. Statement by H_E Olusegun Obasanjo on the violence and chaos across Nigeria STATEMENT ON VIOLENCE AGAINST PROTESTERS IN NIGERIA: AN APPEAL FOR CALM It is With a heavy heart and a deep sense of concern about the ongoing violence, chaos and unrest In many parts of Nigeria that I make this appeal to the government and people of our dear country, Nigeria to eschew violence and embrace peace and dialogue in finding solutions to the challenges we face as a country. I particularly appeal to President Muhammadu Buhari, in his capacities as President of Nigeria, Commander ln-Chicf of the Armed Forces, and as a parent of yout...
Tinubu Appeals To EndSARS Protesters To Call Off Protests
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Tinubu Appeals To EndSARS Protesters To Call Off Protests

The national Leader of the all Progressives congress asiwaju Bola tinubu has appealed Nigerian youths who spearheaded the end sars protest to give the federal government the opportunity to address their demands. In a release personally signed by him , he asked the youths and I quote to ‘ please please and please call off the protests , give government a chance to implement your demands ‘ The statement partly reads: “For the past twelve days, our country has witnessed massive protests by youths in different cities, which were ignited by widespread disenchantment with the gross human rights abuses including torture, extortion, harassment, intimidation and even extra-judicial killings of Nigerians by members of the disbanded Special Anti-robbery Squad (SARS). “The demands for fun...
Police Recruitment: IGP Appeals To Supreme Court, Seeks Stay Of Judgment Execution
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Police Recruitment: IGP Appeals To Supreme Court, Seeks Stay Of Judgment Execution

The Inspector-General of Police, Mr Mohammed Adamu, on Friday approached the Supreme Court urging it to upturn the Wednesday’s judgment of the Court of Appeal which nullified the recruitment of 10,000 constables carried out by him and the Nigeria Police Force in 2019. The appellants filed their notice of appeal of three grounds together with an application for stay of execution of the Court of Appeal’s judgment. The three-man panel of the Court of Appeal led by Justice Olabisi Ige had unanimously held that the IGP and the NPF lacked the power to recruit the constables. It held that it was the Police Service Commission that had the exclusive power to carry out the recruitment and nullified the one executed by the police. But the IGP and the NPF through their lawyer, Dr. Alex...
Kano Musician, Yahaya Sharif-Aminu Sentenced To Death For Blasphemy Appeals Judgment
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Kano Musician, Yahaya Sharif-Aminu Sentenced To Death For Blasphemy Appeals Judgment

Yahaya Sharif-Aminu, a musician sentenced to death for blasphemy against Prophet Muhammad by a Kano Shari’a Court, has appealed the judgment. Sharif-Aminu was sentenced to death on August 10, 2020, and was given 30 days by the court to appeal the judgment, meaning that the time would lapse on Wednesday, September 9. In a suit filed on Thursday at the Kano State High Court by his lawyer, Kola Alanipini, Sharif-Aminu said he is dissatisfied with the judgment of the Shari’a Court. He described the Kano State Penal Law 2000 as unconstitutional, null and void, having grossly violated and conflicted with the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (1999) as amended and having violated the Human Rights and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights respectively.
Diri Appeals Judgement Nullifying His Election As Bayelsa State Governor
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Diri Appeals Judgement Nullifying His Election As Bayelsa State Governor

Bayelsa State Governor, Douye Diri, has appealed the judgement which nullified his election as the governor of the state. The governor’s lawyers filed the Notice of Appeal on Tuesday at the Court of Appeal in Abuja, the nation’s capital. He is challenging the majority judgement of the Bayelsa State Governorship Election Tribunal which nullified his election on 12 grounds. The Advanced Nigeria Democratic Party (ANDP), the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) are listed as first, second, and third respondents in the appeal. Governor Diri disagreed with the entire majority decision of the Tribunal as delivered by Justice Yunusa Musa and Justice Sikiru Owodunni. He argued that the petition by the ANDP challenged its allege...
COVID-19: FG Appeals To Traders, Transporters Not To Hike Prices
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COVID-19: FG Appeals To Traders, Transporters Not To Hike Prices

The Federal Government has appealed to traders not to hike prices of food items and transportation as the country battles to contain the Coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic. Alhaji Lai Mohammed, the Minister of Information, Culture, and Tourism, made the appeal at the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 daily news briefing on Thursday in Abuja He said it was necessary that market women and men understood the enormity of the time regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, adding that there is a need to show compassion to all Nigerians by not hiking prices of foodstuff and services. The minister said that this period was a time to give back to society while calling on Nigerians not to take the opportunity of COVID-19 to further oppress other Nigerians. “This is a time people are giv...
The Major Challenge For Many In Katsina State Is Banditry Not Coronavirus – Governor Masari Appeals To Security Agencies
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The Major Challenge For Many In Katsina State Is Banditry Not Coronavirus – Governor Masari Appeals To Security Agencies

Governor Aminu Masari has appealed to security agencies to come to the aid of residents of the state troubled by banditry. The Governor decried the attacks while receiving Leo Irabor, chief of defence training and operations, and other senior officers from the defence headquarters in Abuja. Governor Masari who stated that the bandit attacks in the state are becoming overwhelming, said residents have been living in fear after over 50 people were killed in two weeks. Masari said; “We sincerely appreciate the efforts of the security agencies in the fight against banditry, but we must also state that the situation has become so overwhelming. We are running out of words to convince our people that we are on top of the situation. “They are, by the days, loosing confidence in u...
LASG Appeals To Residents To Stop Burning Tires On Tarred Road Surfaces
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LASG Appeals To Residents To Stop Burning Tires On Tarred Road Surfaces

Lagos State Government has reiterated the need for residents to desist from setting up a bonfire on tarred road surfaces across the State while embarking on vigilante operations, especially during the COVID-19 lockdown A statement signed by the Special Adviser to the Governor on Works and Infrastructure, Engineer Aramide Adeyoye, urged Lagosians to refrain from such acts. Adeyoye pointed out that roads that had been rehabilitated with taxpayers money were being destroyed by the heat generated from the bonfire The Special Adviser appealed to residents to desist from this unwholesome act so that after the lockdown, roads will remain intact, thus preventing the need for further expenditure on infrastructure in the face of scarce resources
Her Twins Are Crying, Please Release Her- Uche Elendu Appeals To Lagos State For Funke Akindele’s Release
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Her Twins Are Crying, Please Release Her- Uche Elendu Appeals To Lagos State For Funke Akindele’s Release

Actress Uche Elendu has appealed to the Lagos state government and the police to release her colleague, Funke Akindele-Bello, for the sake of her twins. In a post shared on her Instagram page, she wrote Please release her i dont have any excuses to make for her cos the law is simple, No Social gathering !!!! but her humble and sweet spirit doesnt deserve this arrest…We are Sorry on her behalf please @jidesanwoolu @balaelkana She explained and apologised please listen and forgive, at least people ate food at the party, the people that clustered people to share 2 packs of indomie in the name of Quarantine relief were not arrested, Please Forgive her #freefunkeakindele Nigerians pls the same way you got her arrested through social media pls beg them to release her, her twins r cry...
Coronavirus: Adesua Etomi Appeals To AMVCA Attendees To Stay Indoor
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Coronavirus: Adesua Etomi Appeals To AMVCA Attendees To Stay Indoor

Popular actress, Adesuwa Etomi has taken to her official Twitter handle to make a passionate appeal to all attendees of the Africa Magic Viewer Choice Award ( AMVCA) to stay indoor as instructed by the Lagos state government. She made the plea following news that one of the attendees tested positive for coronavirus. She wrote: “To all of us who attended the AMVCA – please let’s stay indoors. I’m begging you. Let’s be responsible. Edakun. Bubba and I have been indoors for a few days now but it’s imperative that we ALL adhere to the call to self-isolate. Let’s not unknowingly put others at risk.”  
Nigeria Appeals To U.S Over Visa Ban
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Nigeria Appeals To U.S Over Visa Ban

The Nigerian Government on Thursday urged the United States of America to consider the long standing relationship between the two countries and reverse its visa restrictions on the country. Ministry of Interior Interior, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, made the call on Thursday, when the American Ambassador to Nigeria, Mary Leonard, and her team paid him a visit in Abuja. Aregebsola said Nigeria had complied with most of the issues of concern raised by America, adding that Nigeria is not a pariah nation. The minister said the cooperation with the U.S. would solve Immigration and Consular issues in control of persons seeking to enter both countries through issuance of visa, passport and other travel documents. According to Aregbesola , Nigeria should be commended rather than sanctioned ...
Maryam Sanda Appeals Her Death Sentence
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Maryam Sanda Appeals Her Death Sentence

Maryam Sanda has filed an appeal against the death sentence she was handed by a Federal High Court in Abuja which found her guilty of killing her husband, Bilyaminu Bello. The convict asked the Court of Appeal in Abuja to set aside the verdict and acquit her, on grounds of Justice Yusuf Halilu who handed her the death sentence being “tainted by bias and prejudices.” Maryam alleged she wasn’t given a fair hearing and was convicted on circumstantial evidence by the trial judge who reportedly failed to rule on her preliminary objection, challenging the charge preferred against her. She backed her claim by pointing out the evidence of witnesses, lack of confessional statement, absence of murder weapon, lack of corroboration of evidence by two or more witnesses and lack of autopsy ...
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(Video) Sowore’s Mother, Esther Kehinde Appeals To Buhari, DSS To Release Her Son

Mrs. Esther Kehinde Sowore, the mother of the #RevolutionNow Convener Omoyele Sowore, has made a video note in which she appealed to President Buhari and the Department of State Services (DSS) to release Sowore since he has fulfilled his bail conditions. Mrs. Esther called on all Nigerian mothers to speak out as all her son wanted was a good future for the Nigerian child. She said her son will not run away because he is not a criminal. She said: “Dear SSS, Dear Buhari, I am Yele Sowore’s mother. I am sending you this message as a mother. I am a woman, your mother is a woman, your wife is a woman also. This is December and Yele has been taken away since August. “He always comes to me in the village every December but you have been holding him. I am a widow, my son has always...
Bode George Appeals To Foreign Nations Not To Lend Any Money To Buhari
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Bode George Appeals To Foreign Nations Not To Lend Any Money To Buhari

Chief Olabode George, a Deputy National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has appealed to foreign nations not to lend President Muhammadu Buhari any money, saying the wastages in Nigeria is alarming. Speaking in a chat with DAILY INDEPENDENT on the $29.96billion 2016-2018 external borrowing plan sent by President Buhari to the Senate for its consideration and approval, George said foreign nations will be laughing at Nigeria for borrowing money while a lot of financial wastages was going on in the country. He said some of the wastages include adverts placed in Cable News Network (CNN) by local companies such as Globacom, Zenith Bank and Dangote. “President Buhari wants to go and borrow money now. They will ask him ‘look at the wastages in your country’. Why shoul...
IPPIS: Don Jazzy Appeals To ASUU And FG
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IPPIS: Don Jazzy Appeals To ASUU And FG

Nigerian music producer, Don Jazzy in a recent statement has appealed to the Federal Government and the members of the Academic Staff Union of University ASUU over the use of Integrated Payroll and Personal Information System IPPIS. The FG had given October as the deadline for the commencement of the use of the IPPIS but ASUU insisted it wouldn’t make use of the system and are planing to make use of the No Pay No Work strategy to drive home their decision. However, Don Jazzy in his statement called on FG and ASUU to find a common ground as students will be at the receiving end if they issue is prolonged. On the ASUU-FG issue, I believe the leadership of the union can have amiable discussions with the FG, to find a common ground for tenable solutions to the proposed payment model. As...
ECOWAS Appeals To Nigeria To Reopen Borders
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ECOWAS Appeals To Nigeria To Reopen Borders

The ECOWAS Parliament on Monday appealed to the Nigerian government to reopen its closed borders as it hampers on the implementation of free trade movement within the ECOWAS region. Speaker of the Parliament, Hon. Moustapha Cisse Lo made the call in a statement at the opening of the 2nd Extra-Ordinary Session of the ECOWAS Parliament in Monrovia, Liberia. He added that the border closure poses a threat to the implementation of the Protocol on the Free Movement of Persons at a time when Africa need to intensify efforts for effective abolition of barriers within the Community. Cisse Lo, however, urged the government to find a permanent solution to the challenge of smuggling, rather than closing the borders, which was not a lasting solution. “In the same vein, the closure of the...
Samson Siasia Appeals FIFA’s Life Ban
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Samson Siasia Appeals FIFA’s Life Ban

Former Super Eagles Coach Samson Siasia said on Thursday he had lodged an appeal against his life ban from the game by world football governing body, FIFA. Our correspondent reports that Siasia was banned for life from the game, following a match-fixing probe by FIFA. Siasia, who spoke to our reporter in Abuja through his associate, Opukiri Jones-Ere, said his lawyers had submitted an appeal against the ban to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
Onnoghen Appeals Conviction By CCT
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Onnoghen Appeals Conviction By CCT

The embattled Chief Justice of Nigeria, Walter Onnoghen, has appealed his conviction by the Code of Conduct Tribunal. PREMIUM TIMES reported how Mr Onnoghen was convicted by the CCT on Thursday afternoon for false declaration of assets. The tribunal also ordered that he forfeit the money in the five accounts he failed to declare in his assets declaration form. The tribunal ordered his removal from office and declared that he should not be allowed to hold public office in the next ten years. In his appeal, Mr Onnoghen identified sixteen grounds on which basis he wants the appellate court to upturn his conviction. He also sought seven reliefs from the court including “an order setting aside the conviction of the appellant (Mr Onnoghen).”
Okorocha Appeals To INEC Over Senate Certificate Of Return
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Okorocha Appeals To INEC Over Senate Certificate Of Return

Governor Rochas Okorocha has appealed to the Independent National Electoral Commission to issue him with certificate of return as the senator-elect for Imo West. He made the appeal at a press conference in Abuja today. “I will advise INEC to do the right thing, to release my certificate so that I can celebrate as others. I want to be in the Senate and it will be interesting if I am there ” Okorocha said. He urged INEC not to allow itself manipulated by his political opponents, who he said, wanted to freeze him out politically. Okorocha was not invited by INEC to a ceremony in Abuja where certificates of return were presented to all senators elect and members of the House of Representatives. Okorocha was declared winner of Imo West two weeks ago, amidst claims by the returni...
Turn Out En Masse On Saturday To Vote, Buhari Appeals To Nigerians
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Turn Out En Masse On Saturday To Vote, Buhari Appeals To Nigerians

President Muhammadu Buhari Wednesday in Abuja urged Nigerians to troop out en masse to cast their votes at the governorship and Houses of Assembly elections holding on Saturday. The president, in a statement he personally signed, commiserated with families that lost their loved ones at the February 23 presidential and National Assembly polls, and encouraged all eligible voters not to be complacent on Saturday, but should rather view the governorship and assembly elections as important as the last presidential poll. Giving reasons why the electorate should troop out to vote on Saturday, Buhari said governance at the state level is closer to them than the federal government and hence, the need for them to be involved in the process of electing politicians who will govern them in th...
Alleged N15bn Fraud: Appeal Court Voids Pardon Granted Former Sokoto Officials by Tambuwal
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Alleged N15bn Fraud: Appeal Court Voids Pardon Granted Former Sokoto Officials by Tambuwal

*Orders fresh trial A five-man panel of the Court of Appeal sitting in Sokoto has in two separate appeals, voided the state pardon granted by Governor Aminu Tambuwa to some former officials of the state who were prosecuted by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, at the Sokoto State High Court. The court which voided the state pardon granted the defendants, Alhaji Muhammad Maigari Dingyadi (former SSG), and Isa Sadiq Achida, also ordered their fresh trial in the alleged N15bn fraud proffered against them and a former governor of Sokoto State, Attahiru Dalhatu Bafarawa. Delivering the lead judgments in the two appeals filed by the EFCC against Alhaji Muhammad Maigari Dingyadi (former SSG) and Isa Sadiq Achida, both Justices Hannatu Sankey and Ndukwe-Anyawu, held tha...
Bukola Saraki Appeals To FG, Labour Over Proposed Strike
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Bukola Saraki Appeals To FG, Labour Over Proposed Strike

Senate President, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, has appealed to both the Federal Government and the leadership of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC)/Trade Union Congress (TUC) to work together in order to avert the proposed workers’ strike in the interest of Nigeria. Saraki, in a statement by his Special Adviser (Media and Publicity), Yusuph Olaniyonu, urged the two sides to demonstrate sensitivity and concern for the plight of ordinary Nigerians who are already battling with the harsh economic conditions in the country. He expressed appreciation for the patience displayed by the labour leaders as he noted that the issue of the new minimum wage could have been resolved long before now. “My Appeal is for the two sides to immediately move fast, shift from their extreme positions an...
FG Appeals To Nigerians Living Abroad To Return Home
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FG Appeals To Nigerians Living Abroad To Return Home

The Federal Government has appealed to Nigerians in the diaspora to return home and help build the Nigeria of everybody’s dream, assuring them that things are changing in the country.   Minister of Science and Technology, Dr Ogbonnaya Onu, made the appeal at a series of Town Hall meetings with Nigerians in the United State where he told them that old ways of doing things are now giving way to new ways. The minister was in the U.S. to sensitise diaspora Nigerians on the Presidential Executive Order V signed by President Buhari in February, to improve local content in public procurement with science, engineering and technology components.   The Order is expected to promote the application of science, technology and innovation towards achieving Nigeria’s development ...
Governor Appeals To Lecturers To Resume Work, Promises To Address All Issues
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Governor Appeals To Lecturers To Resume Work, Promises To Address All Issues

Bello made the appeal in Minna during a meeting with the state Commissioner for Education, Hajiya Fatima Madugu; and Prof. Muhammad Maiturare, the Chairman, Governing Board, Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University. Governor Abubakar Bello of Niger State has appealed to lecturers in state-owned tertiary institutions to call off their ongoing industrial action. Bello made the appeal in Minna during a meeting with the state Commissioner for Education, Hajiya Fatima Madugu; and Prof. Muhammad Maiturare, the Chairman, Governing Board, Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University. The governor gave an assurance that pending issues concerning the demands of the lecturers would be addressed immediately. He said that the Head of Service and the affected ministries would meet with the state chapter...
Fed Govt Appeals Saraki’s Conduct Tribunal Acquittal
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Fed Govt Appeals Saraki’s Conduct Tribunal Acquittal

The Federal Government has filed 11 grounds notice of appeal against the acquittal of Senate President Bukola Saraki. This is out of the 18 counts of false asset declaration and other related offences by the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT). The CCT had upheld the no-case submission which Saraki filed. The notice of appeal was signed by the lead prosecuting counsel, Mr. Rotimi Jacobs (SAN) and an Assistant Chief State Counsel in the Federal Ministry of Justice, Pius Akutah. In its notice of appeal, the FG said the judgment overruled previous decisions of the Court of Appeal on the charges. It added: “By the provisions of paragraphs 11 (2), (3) and (13) of Part 1, 5th Schedule to the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 (as amended), once the Code of Conduct fo...
Ex-Rep Contests Terms Of Divorce, Appeals Judgement
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Ex-Rep Contests Terms Of Divorce, Appeals Judgement

Leonard Dilkon, a former member of the House of Representatives, has appealed against the judgement of a Jos High Court that recently dissolved his marriage with Joy. Dilkon, in a notice of appeal to the Court of Appeal, Jos, dated June 5, declared that there was a miscarriage of justice, and urged the appellate court to quash the judgement. Justice David Mann of High Court II, had, on Tuesday, May 30, 2017 dissolved Dilkon’s marriage to Joy, and dismissed his (Dilkon)’s adultery allegation against Joy and her Pastor, Danjuma Fwenji. Fwenji is the Overseer of God’s Grace Divine Mission, Jos. Mann also granted Joy’s prayers for free access to the three children the marriage was blessed with “both at home and in the school”. According to Dilkon, the judgement is not acceptable...
Justice Ademola’s Acquittal: Presidency Frowns As FG Appeals Judgment
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Justice Ademola’s Acquittal: Presidency Frowns As FG Appeals Judgment

Federal Government Thursday appealed the judgment of Justice Jude Okeke that nullified the corruption charges against Justice Adeniyi Ademola, Mrs. Olabowale Ademola and Mr. Joe Agi (SAN). Also, the government through the federal Ministry of Justice has filed a fresh case in the Code of Conduct Tribunal, CCT against Justice Ademola and his wife for living above their income and failure to declare their assets. It will be recalled that Justice Okeke of the High Court of the Federal Capital Territory, Wednesday April 5, 2017, upheld a no case submission by the Defence in the corruption case against Justice Ademola, Mrs. Ademola and Mr. Agi. The judge also struck out the 18-count charge proffered against the Defendants after holding that the Prosecution failed to prove any of the alleg...
NAFDAC Appeals Ruling Declaring Fanta, Sprite Poisonous With Vitamin C
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NAFDAC Appeals Ruling Declaring Fanta, Sprite Poisonous With Vitamin C

The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control, NAFDAC, has filed an appeal and a motion to stay execution of a judgement on Sprite and Fanta soft drinks. An Igbosere High Court had ordered the Agency to compel the Nigerian Bottling Company, NBC, Plc, to carry a mandatory warning on its Fanta and Sprite products, stating that the contents should not be taken with Vitamin C in order to avoid poisoning. The court berated NAFDAC for poor regulation of the products, popular among millions of Nigerians. The judgement was delivered in a suit filed by Fijabi Adebo Holdings Limited and Emmanuel Adebo against the NBC and NAFDAC. In her reaction, the Acting Director General of NAFDAC, Yetunde Oni, through a text message ti Premium Times from Vienna, Austri...