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Supreme Court Officials Charged With N2.2 Billion Fraud

The federal government has charged three officials of the Supreme Court with fraud to the tune of N2.2 billion. The fraud charges, filed at the Federal Capital Territory High Court on October 3, by the office of the Attorney General of the Federation, also include allegations of bribe amounting to tens of millions of naira.

Supreme Court Gives Reason For Upholding Kogi Election

The Supreme Court has given reasons why it upheld the election of Yahaya Bello as the duly elected Governor of Kogi State, and why it rejected the prayers of James Faleke.

Supreme Court Upholds Bello As Governor Of Kogi State

The Supreme Court has affirmed the election of Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State.
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Supreme Court Halts Saraki’s Trial At Code Of Conduct Tribunal

  The Supreme Court of Nigeria on Thursday ordered the suspension of proceedings at the Code of Conduct Tribunal, CCT, trial of Senate President Bukola...

Chief Justice Mukhtar Swears In 17 New Senior Advocates of Nigeria

The Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Aloma Mukhtar, on Monday swore in 17 lawyers as new Senior Advocates of Nigeria, SANs, as the 2014-2015...


PVCs collection starts December 12, include weekends – INEC

THE Independent National Electoral Commission says the collection of Permanent Voter Cards will be available from December 12 to...

Amid dwindling oil revenue, non-oil sector contributes 73% to FG’s account – Finance Minister

THE Federal Government has lauded the non-oil sector for contributing 73 per cent to the government purse, stressing its...

Qatar 2022: Ghana’s penalty woes return, but Uruguay still fall short

ANOTHER crucial penalty miss paved the way for Ghana's group-stage exit. In 2010, the Black stars were memorably knocked out...

Nasarawa employs 300 health workers after ICIR’s reports

THE Nasarawa State Government has employed 300 health workers to boost primary healthcare services in the state. Executive Chairman of...

Ekiti to establish special courts to end gender-based violence – Governor’s wife

WIFE of Ekiti State Governor, Olayemi Oyebanji, has said that gender courts will be established across the state to...
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Nigerian fintech companies shame, threaten customers for late payment of loans

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AMID the ongoing Russia – Ukraine crisis, a viral post...

Behold candidates for the 2023 presidential election (LIST)

June 9 marks the end of the deadline given...

Why UAE refuses work permit applications from Nigerians

  THE on-going rift between the governments of Nigeria and...
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