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$1.63m theft: Court dismisses Emirates Airlines no case submission

The Federal High Court in Lagos has dismissed the no-case submission filed by Emirates Airlines and four airport officials in response to charges of $1.63m theft filed against them by the Federal Government. The four officials whose no-case submissions were dismissed are Abayomi Abiola, Isiaka Adedeji, Awonubi Abayomi and George Ikpekhia. Joined with them in the charges were two companies, ... Read More »

Fani-Kayode holds child dedication at Abuja Church

Former Minister and Presidential aide  Chief Femi Fani-Kayode and wife, Precious Chikwendu yesterday dedicated their son Oluwafemi Aragom to God. Held during one of the services at COZA,Abuja, Fani- Kayode took to social media to announce to joyful  news. Read More »

Aregbesola ends one man show: names commissioners & special advisers

After running a one man show for  sixteeen years, Osun State Governor,  Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola has sent a list of Exco members to the Speaker of the House, Mr.  Najeem Folasayo Salaam. Some of the nominees were members of the last cabinet. They include Mr. Ajibola Bashiru, Mr. Alagbada Jayeoba, Mrs. Folake Adegboyega, Mr. Bola Ilori, Mr. Kolapo Alimi, Mr. ... Read More »

Bishop to El-Rufai “Stop running Kaduna like your family biz”

The Catholic Bishop of Kafanchan Diocese, Bishop Joseph Danlami Bagobiri, has told Kaduna State governor,  Nasir el-Rufai  to stop running the state as his personal establishment. The Catholic Bishop in his Easter message, said the people of Kaduna State have watched with pains and patience for about two years now, how government in the state is being managed as a ... Read More »

FBI declares Nigerian wanted over $5m email scam

A United States Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) has offered a paltry $1000 reward to whistleblowers who can offer information to arrest a Nigerian New Yorker, 32 year-old Kelechi Declan James. The agency has declared Kelechi wanted for allegedly scamming victims of more than $5 million. A statement on FBI website reads: “FBI agents are looking for the public’s assistance ... Read More »