Wednesday , August 4 2021

Judiciary

Edo Customary Court probes suspected N32m fraud

BENIN CITY-Edo State Customary Court is investigating suspected N32million fraud which may have been committed by some of its principal staff at the directorate headquarters in Benin City. The fraud it was gathered may have been committed between January 1st and July 31st, 2015 when courts were on strike in …

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Nigeria Judiciary: Enough Is Enough

MUHAMMADU Buhari no longer carries a gun on his body as he once did in his military days. But today, his political presence as the nation’s President is putting fear into our institutions and public officials; however, it is a good fear which is empowering institutions and authorities as we …

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the anti-gay law and its enforcement

Gay is a term that primarily refers to a homosexual person or the traits of being homosexual. It is a situation where a person is sexually attracted solely or primarily to other member of the same sex. Right from the onset, Nigeria and Africa as a whole has always frowned …

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APC counsel expresses confidence with election tribunal

Abuja – Mr Akinlolu Olujimi, Counsel to the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Rivers state Election Petition Tribunal, has expressed satisfaction with the conduct of the tribunal sitting in Abuja. “I am satisfied with the tribunal; so far so good. “As of now, 14 witnesses have given their testimonies; they …

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Court adjourns case of stealing to Sept 24

BENIN CITY – A Chief Magistrate Court sitting in Benin City and presided over by J.O. Ejale (Mrs.) has fixed Thursday September 24, 2015 for hearing in the criminal case against three brothers, Fome Amaye, Bola Amaye, Shola Amaye who allegedly stole the title documents of their late father’s properties …

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Edo Chief Judge Swears In 32 JPs

BENIN CITY- The Chief Judge of Edo State, Justice Cromwell Idahosa yesterday swore in 32 persons as “Justice of the Peace (JP) in the State. The recipients who cut across the state were early at the court I hall yesterday with their well-wishers, who could not hide their feelings in …

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