Thursday, August 11, 2022

Federal High Court

August 9, 2022

We’re susceptible to bandits attack, Kogi lawmakers cry out

The House endorsed a motion to stagger the Assembly’s sittings in order to forestall possible bandits attack.

Kogi House of Assembly
August 4, 2022

Court seals up First Bank’s headquarters in Abuja; removes valuables

Some staff of the bank, while reacting to the development, described it as embarrassing, saying it could have been handled differently.

First Bank of Nigeria, Abuja
August 4, 2022

Human Trafficking: Ike Ekweremadu to remain in prison till October 31

Mr Ekweremadu appeared in court on Thursday, where the judge announced that he will remain in Custody till the end of October for the next hearing.

Ike Ekweremadu
August 4, 2022

APC aspirant loses case to have Ekiti governor-elect disqualified

“I am in agreement that the statement of claims by the plaintiff is incurably bad, as argued by the first defence counsel…,” said the judge as he struck out the suit.

Abiodun Oyebanji
August 3, 2022

Gombe 2023: PDP asks court to disqualify Gov. Yahaya, deputy

The PDP argued that Form EC-9 being an affidavit on oath, Messrs Yahaya and Jatau made false statements and had committed forgery.

Governor Inuwa Yahaya and Deputy Governor Jatau Daniel
July 21, 2022

INEC to publish particulars of candidates for state elections Friday

Mr Yakubu urged Nigerians to scrutinise the particulars and seek judicial remedy for any observed violation of the law.

Mahmood Yakubu
July 21, 2022

Ijaw leaders asks court to cancel oil mining licences issued by Buhari regime 

The leaders claimed that the licences were issued in breach of a restraining order of the court.

Oil Fields (Credit: Businessday)
July 20, 2022

Court sentences man to 30 years’ imprisonment for cocaine trafficking

The presiding judge, Ibrahim Buba, sentenced the convict to 15 years each of the two count charges which would run concurrently.

Gavel and Cocaine used to illustrate the story
July 14, 2022

Court grants Machina’s application for substituted service on Lawan, adjourns till August 15

Mr Machina is seeking legal redress following Mr Lawan’s attempt to claim the ticket after losing his bid for the party’s presidential slot.

Ahmad Lawan and Bashir Machina
July 14, 2022

UN delivers food to 26,000 people in Borno  

UN humanitarian partners have delivered food and nutrition assistance to no fewer than 26,000 people in the past week in the town of Rann in Borno.