A staff of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Engr. Fredrick Ugor, today told a Federal High Court, Lagos that about N138.5 million was paid into his company’s account in 2014 by the agency without executing any contract. Ugor stated this while testifying
Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment, has been accused of disobeying a judgment delivered seven years ago, by a Lagos division of Court of Appeal, which ordered the Ministry to issue a certificate of registration to an agricultural union, Agricultural and Allied Union of Nigeria (AAUN).
Contrary to the the reasons given by the chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Prof. Mahmood Yakubu that logistics challenges, including bad weather, were responsible for the postponement of the February 16 2019 Presidential and National Assembly elections, the Minister of State for
Christians in Nigeria have insisted that the rescheduled presidential and federal legislative elections for February 23, 2019 may not hold. The Christian Association of Nigeria raised the alarm on Sunday, urging citizens to offer fervfer prayers to ensure the polls hold as rescheduled. The President
An Indian Hemp seller, Abiodun Ojulate, has been convicted and sentenced to six months imprisonment, by a Federal High Court, Lagos. The convict was handed down the jail term on Friday, by Justice Sule Hassan, after pleaded guilty yo a count charge of unlawful dealing
Special Fraud Unit (SFU) of Nigeria Police Force, has arraigned First Bank Plc, its Trade and Relationship Manager, Mazamaza branch, Innocent Chidozie Amadi and two others before a Federal High Court, Lagos, for allegedly defrauded a customer of the bank of the sum of N10,