• EFCC arrests Uche Ogah in Lagos court premises

    EFCC arrests Uche Ogah in Lagos court premises

    Operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission on Monday morning picked up the President of Masters Energy Oil and Gas Limited, Mr. Uche Ogah, on the premises of a Lagos State Magistrates’ Court in Tinubu, Lagos Island.

    Ogah was arrested as soon as he stepped out of the courtroom after the forgery charges filed against him by the Police were withdrawn.

    Ogah, who was declared winner of the last governorship election in Abia State by Justice Okon Abang of a Federal […]

  • Lagos court remands 20 year-old man over alleged theft of electronics

    Lagos court remands 20 year-old man over alleged theft of electronics

    An Ikeja Magistrates’ Court in Lagos on Friday ordered the remand of an unemployed man, Tajudeen Ganiyu, who allegedly stole electronics valued at N29,000.

    The Magistrate, M.O. Oshinbajo, ordered that Ganiyu, 20, be remanded in Kirikiri Prisons after he admitted stealing the properties.

    The accused, who reside at No. 16 Paul Street, Abule Egba, Lagos, is facing a count charge of stealing.

    Earlier, the Prosecutor, Sergeant Yomi Egunjobi, told the court that the accused committed the offence on Aug. 13 at about 1.30pm […]

  • Banker docked at Lagos Court for defrauding First Bank of N4.1m

    Banker docked at Lagos Court for defrauding First Bank of N4.1m

    The prosecutor, Sergeant Nicholas Akpene, said the accused committed the ‎offence between April 18 and 26 during working hours at First Bank Plc, Ikeja Industrial Estate branch

    A former employee of First Bank of Nigeria, Timothy Adewale, who allegedly defrauded the bank to the tune of N4.1 million, was on Monday docked at an Igbosere Magistrates’ Court in Lagos.

    Adewale, 32, a former cash processor with the bank and a resident of 10, Ejalonibu Street, Oko-Oba in Agege area of Lagos State, […]

  • Breaking!!! EFCC arraigns Tompolo at Lagos Court in absentia

    Breaking!!! EFCC arraigns Tompolo at Lagos Court in absentia

    The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC)  has arraigned Ex-militant leader, Government Ekpemupolo, also known as Tompolo, in absentia.

    He was arraigned at the Federal High Court sitting in Lagos and presided over by Justice Mohammed Buba. The EFCC  raised a 22 count charge against the ex-militant and Daily Sun learnt that there was no need to plead guilty or not guilty as the court assumed that he was guilty hence his decision to evade justice.

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