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Nigeria’s journalists Binniyat, regains freedom after 96 days detention

Jude Johnson    A Nigerian journalist, Mr. Luka Binniyat has regained freedom after 96 days of detention by the Kaduna State Government.   The former Vanguard Correspondent in Kaduna, Binniyat had on Thursday met all the bail conditions and has been released on bail.   The Chairman of Kaduna Council, Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Comrade Adamu Yusuf, confirmed that

Dasuki: ECOWAS Court berates Nigeria’s disregard to rule of law, judicial decisions

Appeals to FG, other member states to obey court order  Jude Johnson    The Community Court of Justice of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has condemned Nigeria over what it sees as fragrant disobedient to the rule of law and court rulings. To this end, the ECOWAS Court  appealed to

$2.1bn Arms Deal: Bafarawa, son seek separate trial from Dasuki

EFCC, Dasuki Oppose Application  Babatunde Opalana A major twist has crept into the prosecution of the alleged $2.1b arms fund diversion charges as former Sokoto State Governor, Attahiru Dalhatu Bafarawa, his son Sagir Attahiru and their family company, Dalhatu Investment Ltd have applied for a separate trial from former National Security

Kidnap Kingpin, Evans pleads guilty

Josephine Ella-Ejeh The Kidnap kingpin, Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike, popularly known as Evans was on Wednesday, arraigned by the Lagos State Government before an Ikeja High Court for masterminding series of high profile kidnapping in the state. A statement signed by Assistant Director, Public Affairs, Lagos state Ministry of Justice, Kayode Oyekanmi,  which was obtained

US lawyers visit Nigeria, allege atrocities against Biafran agitators

Vows to prosecute Buratai, Obiano, Ikpeazu and 13 others Nneoma Ndibe   US Attorney Bruce Fein and his Partner W. Bruce DelValle have broken their silence, days after their trip to Nigeria during which they gathered evidence in connection with the suit lodged by 10 pro-Biafra activists. The lawyers visited Nigeria, during which