The celebrated legal battle involving the former Attorney General of Nigeria, Justice Walter Onoghen has come to an end. As the CCT, the body which insisted that Onoghen was guilty of fraudulently hiding some of his assets, during his swearing in ceremony, has found him guilty as charged. The CCT after delivering judgement has asked the FG to sack him.
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Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, seem set to keep making embarrassing controversial statements. Just as people are yet to recover from his recent claims that ‘Ifa’ is Google, the Ooni has made a more baffling statement. This time, the Ooni has claimed that the Biblical Tower of Babel is located in Ile Ife. He said this in an interview,Read more
What goes around comes around as the saying goes!! What is happening in Nigeria today is shameful, the ethnic divide, the level of hate and divisions among diverse ethnic groups is out of this world. When the goings favours the ethnic group you are part of, you don’t care about the sufferings of those that are least favoured by theRead more
In recent months the United States (US) Embassy in Nigeria, has been under fire, as many Nigerians have complained about the high rate of visa denials by the embassy, despite filling the forms and providing authentic travel documents. Reacting to this, the US embassy stated that its officers do not derive joy in denying visa to applicants. The US EmbassyRead more
The Federal Government has added another twist to the Innoson/GTBank saga, as it ordered the Federal High Court in Lagos to issue a bench warrant for Innoson’s chairman Mr. Innocent Chukwuma and two of his employees, over allegations of fraud. The case, which was brought before Justice Ayokunle Faji, involved a charge of an alleged N2.4Billion shipping fraud, against InnosonRead more
SThe Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has demanded that President Muhammadu Buhari and the 36 state governors, provide specific information on how they spent public funds appropriated as ‘security votes’ between 2011 and 2019.” In separate Freedom of Information (FOI) requests, which they sent to the president and the governors, SERAP sought to know if public funds meant toRead more