• Dasuki’s aide, 8 others charged with fresh N36.8 billion fraud

    Dasuki’s aide, 8 others charged with fresh N36.8 billion fraud

    It was gathered that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, on Wednesday arraigned the quartet of Nicholas Ashinze, a former special assistant to the embattled former National Security Adviser, Sambo Dasuki; an Austrian, Wolfgang Reinl; Edidiong Idiong and Sagir D. Mohammed before Justice Gabriel Kolawole of the Federal High Court, Abuja on a 13-count charge of corruption and money laundering to the tune of N36.8billion.

    Mr. Ashinze, a colonel, and his co-accused were arraigned alongside five companies accused of allegedly […]

  • Popular Ghanaian Pastor Who Stepped on a Pregnant Woman and Flogged Church members Charged to Court

    Popular Ghanaian Pastor Who Stepped on a Pregnant Woman and Flogged Church members Charged to Court

    A well known Ghanaian pastor may be in serious trouble as he has been charged for assaulting his congregation members.

    A popular Ghanaian pastor who was blasted for flogging congregation members in front of the whole church members and stepping on a pregnant woman all in the name of miracle has been officially charged to court.

    International God’s Way Church founder, Bishop Daniel Obinim and two others were officially charged for causing physical abuse, contrary to section 4 of the Domestic Violence […]

  • Osun explains fees charged students of new schools

    Osun explains fees charged students of new schools

    Governor Rauf Aregbesola of Osun on Tuesday said it was not true that the government was planning to reintroduce payment of school fees in public primary and secondary schools in the state.

    The governor said this while playing host to newly-elected executive members of the National Association of Osun State Students, NAOSS, in Osogbo.

    The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the state government was operating the free education policy in its public primary and secondary schools.

    Mr. Aregbesola said that education in […]

  • Pastor who invaded shrine to be charged for malicious damage

    Pastor who invaded shrine to be charged for malicious damage

    According to reports, the Ogun Police Command says it will prosecute a Pentecostal pastor, Wale Fagbere, who allegedly invaded a traditional shrine in Ketu area of Ayetoro in Ogun.

    The Police Public Relations Officer in the state, Mr Abimbola Oyeyemi, said on Monday that the cleric would be charged for malicious damage and conduct likely to cause a breach of public peace.

    He said, “What he did was wrong and so he must be charged to court. If it was the other […]

  • Why man who named his dog ‘Buhari’ was charged to court – Police explains

    Why man who named his dog ‘Buhari’ was charged to court – Police explains

    The police have decried public comments linking President Muhammadu Buhari with the ordeal of 40-year old trader, Joe Chinakwe, who named his dog “Buhari” in Ogun State, stating that the President does not warrant the series of uncomplimentary remarks targeted at him over the matter.

    The trader was recently arrested and arraigned in court for allegedly naming his dog “Buhari”, but has since been granted bail. Some members of the public have however associated the president with the case.

    Reacting to this […]

  • Mum arrested & charged with murder for drowning her 6wk old son

    Mum arrested & charged with murder for drowning her 6wk old son

    A North Carolina woman, 24 year old new mum, Jameisha Alexander was seen holding her 6 week old son, King, near a pond Saturday night by someone who immediately called security. But by the time officers arrived, Alexander was gone and the baby was in the water, according to her arrest warrant.

    Paramedics tried CPR to revive the newborn baby but the boy died a short time later.

    Alexander was taken into custody two hours later after she was found involved in […]

  • Army General responsible for Turkish coup charged with treason

    Army General responsible for Turkish coup charged with treason

    Istanbul’s most senior soldier has been charged with treason as eight leading members of the plot to overthrow the government fled to Greece.

    General Erdal Ozturk who commanded the Third Army Corps has been detained and is facing treason charges for his role in the aborted coup.

    His men attempted to seize strategic locations across Istanbul last night when they were confronted by thousands of unarmed civilians who came out in support of President Recep Erdogan.

    Erdogan has suggested the ringleaders could face […]

  • Woman charged to court for killing her husband in Ibadan, arraigned today, pleads not guilty … more Photos

    Woman charged to court for killing her husband in Ibadan, arraigned today, pleads not guilty … more Photos

    Yewande Oyediran, the woman accused of stabbing her husband, 38 year old Oyediran Ajanaku to death at their Akobo estate home in Ibadan, Oyo state on February 2nd after a domestic dispute, appeared in court today May 24th.

    The defendant’s preliminary objection, asking the court to strike out the case against her, was dismissed in a ruling today and thereafter she pleaded not guilty to the murder charge. The case was adjourned and it is reported that judgment […]

  • Oshiomhole’s media aide charged for writing article against Governor

    Oshiomhole’s media aide charged for writing article against Governor

    The Senior Special Assistant on Media to Governor Adams Oshiomhole, Mr. Curtis Eghosa Ugbo, has been arraigned before an Oredo Magistrate Court for allegedly publishing an article online against his principal.

    Ugbo, 47, was also arraigned for unlawful possession of firearms.

    The article, according to the charge sheet, reads in part: “What is wrong with my boss, the ground breaking of Edo State own Cement industry in partnership with a private company under Government Public Private Partnership (PPP) and stakeholders, no state […]