An Ebute-metta Chief Magistrate’s Court, on Monday, fixed the trial of an alleged fraudster, Salami Oluwatobi Peter, who claimed to be Oba of Lagos, to defraud his victim of N15 million, till December 6, 2017. The accused is standing trial before Chief Magistrate A. A.
After several failed attempts by the police to arraign eight persons and two Companies over alleged N313.2 million fraud, four suspects of the alleged fraud were finally arraigned on Friday, before a Federal High Court, Lagos, on charges bordering on conspiracy and fraud. Those arraigned
The Gauteng Province (www.Gauteng.gov.za) and GE (www.GE.com) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate on projects in the key economic sectors of Energy and Healthcare. Under the MoU, GE and the Office of the Premier will work together to identify critical areas for
Justice Hadiza Rabiu-Shagari of a Federal High Court, Lagos, on Thursday, ordered the arrest of four suspects named in alleged N313.2 million fraud perpetrated by a 10-man gang, whose arraignment are pending before a Federal High Court, Lagos. Justice Rabiu-Shagari made the order following a
Peter Mireku, Commissioner for the Gaming Commission of Ghana, believes that the upcoming Gaming Africa (www.GamingAfrica.za.com) will help to alter some of the negative perceptions that exist of the industry as well as providing a high profile, professional showcase for gaming on the continent. Mr
Nigeria’s “Pod-bearer Resistant Cowpea”: Urgent Need for Commercialization By By Edel-Quinn Agbaegbu
About 185.1 million hectares of biotech crops were planted by approximately 18 million farmers in 26 countries in the year 2016 which was about the 21st year of commercialization of biotech crops. From the initial planting of 1.7 million hectares when the first biotech