A witness, Abdulahi Muhammad, in the trial of five accused persons charged for illegally importing 661 of pump action rifles into the country, sometimes in January, 2017, today told the court, how the supposed importer of the weapons attempted to bribe him with N8 million.
To emphasize the importance attached to the consideration of Nigeria to become the first country to host the annual World Aviation Forum by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), President Muhammadu Buhari is expected to attend the opening ceremony and flag off the event. The
Justice Hadiza Rabiu-Shagari, of a Federal High Court, Lagos, today, convicted an 87 year-old woman, Agbomabiwon Maria Seriki, for dealing in 10.3 kilograms of Cannabis Sativa. Justice Rabiu-Shagari however, ordered that the convict should be remanded at the Lagos State’s Old People’s Home, Yaba, pending
The House of Representatives’ Committee on National Judiciary, has decried the conditions under which judges and judicial workers in the nations’ judicial system operate as deplorable and unacceptable, promising to ensure that the situation is change for the better. Honourable Aminu Shagari Chairman, House Committee
The National Drug Law Enforcement agency (NDLEA) has commence the trial of nine accused persons and five companies, who dealt in banned substances of Methamphetamine and Ephedrine, weighing 9,091 kilograms, before a Federal High Court, Lagos. The nine accused persons are: Ubah Harris Alaekwe, also known
On the heals of sudden withdrawal of his security aides, including his Aid de Camp (ADC) by Nigeria’s police high command, the Anambra State Governor, Chief Willie Obiano on Tuesday alleged that he was no longer comfortable standing for Saturday’s governorship poll in the state