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January 9, 2024

Impeachment: Appeal Court fixes February 8 for hearing of ex-Oyo deputy governor’s appeal

The assembly impeached the former deputy governor over allegations of financial recklessness, misconduct and insubordination.

December 18, 2023

Court blocks Makinde’s access to Oyo bank accounts over N3.5 billion debt to sacked politicians

The sacked local government chairmen and councillors had, in 2021, gotten a judgment of N4,874,889,425.60 against the governor.

Seyin Makinde
November 22, 2023

Court adjourns suit challenging Olukoyede’s appointment as EFCC chairman until 2024

The plaintiff and lawyer, Mr Victor Opatola, chose to represent himself in the suit.

EFCC Chairman, Ola Olukayode (Credit: Arise)
September 30, 2023

Ebonyi establishes alternative dispute resolution centre to ease justice delivery

“Of the 128 case files received from the police, 13 cases have been concluded,’’ Mr Odoh said.

Ebonyi state governor, Francis Nwifuru [Photo: Twitter]
August 4, 2023

Businessman Ted Iseghohi-Edwards sues to seize Nigerian assets in U.S. over $159 million debt

At issue was the failure of the federal government to honour the first tranche of $159 million promissory note due for payment on October 15, 2022.

Debt Management Office (DMO)
July 25, 2023

Court fixes Friday for ruling on Lagos Eze Ndigbo’s bail application

Mr Nwajagu had, on Tuesday, prayed the court to admit him to bail on liberal terms.

Frederick Nwajagu (Eze Ndigbo)
July 23, 2023

Sanwo-Olu congratulates Akeredolu, wife on birthdays

He also prayed for fast recovery for Mr Akeredolu, who is currently out of the country for medical treatment.

Sanwo-Olu, Rotimi and Betty Akeredolu
May 3, 2023

I didn’t authorise Buhari regime’s cyberattack against Peoples Gazette, AGF Malami tells court

The attorney-general accused the digital outlet of exaggerating his influence over matters concerning federal ministries, departments and agencies.

Peoples Gazette and Abubakar Malami
February 14, 2023

Court orders Benue govt to pay two retirees N26.3 million 

The court declared that withholding the retirees pensions and gratuities was unconstitutional and unlawful.

January 11, 2023

The year of the political harlot and split tickets?

In democratic politics, these implicit bargains begin, of course, with the understandings that govern membership of political parties.

President Muhammadu Buhari