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Pension fraud: 2 military officers, bank managers remanded in prison

A Federal Capital Territory High Court, Abuja, on Thursday sent two serving military officers and two female bank managers to Kuje Prisons over alleged connivance and stealing of N339 million meant for the payment of military pensions. They will, at least, spend the next four days in the prison. A Prison in

Court discharges,  acquits IMN members standing trial for protest in Kaduna

Babatunde Opalana  The Kaduna State High court presided by Justice Esther Lolo today discharged and acquitted members of the Islamic Movement standing trial for protest in Kaduna following the brutal Zaria massacre of December 2015. Delivering judgment in the “no case” submission put in by the defense lawyers in the matter, Justice

Nigeria’s ex-spy chief informs Court, actions endorsed by former President Goodluck Jonathan

•Insists no illegal transaction with Metuh Jude Johnson  The Immediate past National Security Adviser, Colonel Sambo Dasuki retired has said that in all his dealing in the office he was only answerable to the President of the Federal Republic Of Nigeria, President Goodluck Jonathan.  Dasuki who insisted at the Federal High Court in

I Was Answerable to President Goodluck Jonathan- Dasuki

I Did not Commit any Illegal Transaction with Metuh The Immediate past National Security Adviser, Colonel Sambo Dasuki retired has said that in all his dealings in the office he was only answerable to the President of the Federal Republic Of Nigeria, President Goodluck Jonathan. Dasuki who insisted at the Federal

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

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