Mike Ozekhome

Senator James Manager, Mike Ozekhome and other prominent Nigerian owners of real estate in Dubai

DATA gleaned from Dubai's land registry has helped unveil prominent Nigerian investors, especially politicians, senior government officials, businessmen and...

Fraud: How ex-AGF, Adoke escaped prison after 42-count charge

AFTER his temporary remand at the custody of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), the Federal Government has...

‘Its not big deal’, says Ozekhome as Court orders Adoke to spend Xmas, New Year in EFCC detention

FEDERAL High Court sitting in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) on Friday granted the request made by the...
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Court adjourns motion countering IMN ban as terrorist group

THE Federal High Court (FHC) on Wednesday adjourned motion filed by Femi Falana, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN),...

#RevolutionNow: Gunshot, heavy military presence as police fires teargas at protesters

PROTESTERS  in some parts of Lagos Monday morning shunned warnings of the Nigerian Police to embark on the #RevolutionNow...

Another suit challenging Buhari’s academic credential meets dead-end at Appeal Court 

A SUIT to nullify the candidacy of President Muhammadu Buhari based on alleged shortcomings in his academic qualifications has...
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FG Reassures Nigerians On Anti-Corruption Despite Court Losses

The federal government has reassured Nigerians that there was no going back on its current anti-corruption campaign despite the few losses recorded so far in some cases that had been charged to court.

Court Says EFCC Law On Lodgements Does Not Apply To Lawyers’ Fee

Justice Anka criticized the EFCC counsel for speaking from the both sides of his mouth when on the one hand he described the Money in Ozekhome’s account as proceeds of crime, and on the other hand he agreed that Ozekhome had actually worked for the fees and was thus entitled to it.

Court To Decide Ozekhome’s Forfeiture Case Feb 23

Justice Abdulazeez Anka of the Federal High Court, Lagos, has fixed February 23 to hear the application filed by Mike Ozekhome, SAN, asking the court to strike out its ruling directing the temporary forfeiture of N75 million belonging to the senior lawyer.
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Court Orders Ozekhome To Forfeit N75 Million To EFCC

Justice Abdulaziz Anka of the Federal High Court Lagos has ordered Mike Ozekhome, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, SAN, to temporarily forfeit the sum of N75 million in his Guaranty Trust Bank account to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.

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