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Ngwuta deceived NIS to acquire two valid standard passports, witness says

The Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) says Sylvester Ngwuta, suspended Justice of the Supreme Court deceived it into issuing him two similar standard international passports...

Confusion In Court Over Amount Recovered From Judge’s House

Presiding Judge, John Tsoho told the parties involved in the case that the prosecution had informed the court that the amount found at Justice Ngwuta’s house is N35, 358,849, but the total amount in one of the boxes tendered as evidence by the DSS which it claimed was found in Ngwuta’s house is N35,358,000.

FG Amends Charges Against Supreme Court Judge Again

This is the third time the charges against Ngwuta have been amended since he was first arraigned in December 2016.
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Saraki’s Trial At The CCT Stalls Again

The trial had earlier been postponed from April 18 to April 25 but when journalists arrived the Tribunal on Tuesday, they were told that the hearing has been shifted yet again to April 27.

Supreme Court Justice Arraigned At Code of Conduct Tribunal

Justice Ngwuta was among the senior judges whose residences were raided by operatives of the Department of State Services, DSS, in October 2016 on suspicion of corruption.

FG Files Fresh Charges Against Justices Ngwuta, Ademola

The Federal Government has filed fresh charges against Justices Sylvester Ngwuta of the Supreme Court and Adeniyi Ademola of the Federal High Court, Abuja, on allegations of false assets declaration.
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Justice Ngwuta Paid Contractor N313 Million In 9 Months

The trial of Sylvester Ngwuta, a Justice of the Supreme Court of Nigeria,resumed on Wednesday, at the federal high court, Abuja, with the first prosecuting witness telling the court how Ngwuta paid him a total of N313 million for the construction of three sets of buildings in different areas in Ebonyi State, including Abakiliki the state’s capital.

Judge Pleads For More Time To Answer Corruption Case

Sylvester Ngwuta, a justice of the Supreme Court of Nigeria, who is currently facing corruption charges, has pleaded with Justice John Tsoho of the Federal High Court, Abuja, to grant him more time in order to adequately prepare his defence.

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