Sequel to the directive of Justice Ayotunde Faji of a Federal High Court, Lagos, asking Ecobank Nigeria Plc to bring to court all his witnesses in its legal tussle with the Honeywell Group of Companies Limited over an alleged N5.5 billion indebtedness, the Chairman of the
The men of Zone 2 Command of Nigeria Police, Onikan-Lagos, on Thursday, commenced the trial of a 44 year-old Kalu Ogbogu Dike, who was alleged to have defrauded two Bureau De Change (BDC) Operators of the sum of N93 million, before a Federal High Court,
Pic (L-R) Chief Adolphus W. Hundeyin, 2nd Vice President of Lagos Hoteliers Association, Chief B. A. Ayetuoma, 1st Vice President of the association, Prince Waheed A. Akilo, the Association’s President, Oluomo J. Talabi, and Mr. Akibu Olowolayemo Bankole, during the association’s press conference and
A Federal High Court, Lagos, today, adjourned till January 22, 2019, for report of settlement of the dispute between MTN Nigeria and the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) over the controversy surrounding the alleged repatriation of $8.1bn profits from Nigeria. At the resumed hearing of
The National Agency for Food Drug Administration and Control (NAFDA, today arraigned one Odiaka Gloria Ngozi, before Federal High Court, Lagos, over alleged illegal packaging and production of of a glucose brand known as G&J Glucose D. The said fake Glucose producer, according to the
Police from Force Criminal Intelligence and Investigation Department (FCIID) Alagbon-Ikoyi, Lagos, have arraigned two salesclerks, Ugwuanyi Obinna, 20 and Abudu Nnemeka, 25, before an Igbosere Chief Magistrate’s Court, Lagos, on charges bordering on conspiracy and unlawful diversion of N4.8 million, belonging to one Fidelis Ozioko.