A Federal High Court, Lagos, today, fixed February 28, for adoption of written addresses of Honeywell Group of Companies and Ecobank Plc, over the disputed N5.5 billion debt. Justice Ayotunde Faji, who presided over the matter fixed the date after the Ecobank Plc’s counsel, Mr.
A 62 year-old man, Adeyanju Gbadegesin Louis, and his son, Mark Oluwaseun Adeyanju, were today, arraigned before an Igbosere Chief Magistrate’s Court, Lagos, for allegedly defrauded an agricultural firm, Tohan Farms Limited, of the sum of N44, 844, 450 million, under the pretece of
Ecobank Plc’s witness, Elemi Agbor, who testified on Monday, in the ongoing legal tussle between Honeywell Group of Companies and his bank, over a disputed N5.5 billion debt, reversed himself from the earlier evidence he gave on Friday when he admitted that the payment of
Extradition: NDLEA Urges Court To Dismiss Kashamu’s suit •As Court Orders Issuance of Hearing Notice on AGF, Others
The National Drugs Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has urged a Federal High Court, Lagos, to dismiss fundamental rights enforcement suit, filed by Buruji Kashamu, seeking to stop security agencies from extraditing to the United State of America (USA), over drug related offences. Kashamu, a senator
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
A man who claimed to be dealer in animal Skins, Ifeanyichukwu Philip, has been arraigned by the police for allegedly defrauded a China national, Feng Zhao Zhu, of the sum of N10 million, under the pretence of supplying him donkey skins. The 49 year-old Ifeanyichukwu