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Benin High Chief docked for forgery and destruction of building

Benin High Chief docked for forgery and destruction of building

“A high chief in the palace of the Oba of Benin, Chief John Osamede Adun, has been docked before an Egor Magistrate Court for alleged forgery and destruction of building worth N22m.”- The Nation Chief Adun who is popularly known as ‘Bob Izua’ was arraigned alongside two others on six count charges bothering on forgery of documents, procuring execution of ...

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Stop construction, court tells Property Mart

Stop construction, court tells firm

The Guardian reports that Justice T.A.O Oyekan-Abdullahi has ordered Property Mart Real Estate Investment Limited to stop further construction work on its Grenadine Homes project located at Sangotedo, Lagos. Justice Oyekan-Abdullahi gave the restraining order following a motion on notice filed by Complete Leisure Estate Nigeria Ltd alleging that Property Mart Ltd had trespassed on its parcel of land where ...

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N4.7 Billion Debt – AMCON takes over properties in UK, Lekki, Ijebu-Ode Estates

N4.7 Billion Debt - Amcon takes over properties in UK, Lekki, Ijebu-Ode Estates

“The Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON) yesterday on an order of a Federal High Court seized multi-billion naira properties in Lagos, Ogun and United Kingdom from three property firms and eight others following an alleged N4,680,343,681.47 bank debt.”- All Africa The assets, including land, houses, cars and generating plants, were seized in execution of an order granted by Justice ...

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BoI dragged to court over Lord Rumens’ N5.6bn Estate

Benin High Chief docked for forgery and destruction of building

Vanguard reports that the children of a Lagos socialite, late Chief Olatunji Ajisomo Alabi, a.k.a, Lord Rumens, have filed a suit against the Bank of Industry Investment and Trust Company Ltd before a Lagos State High Court, over alleged mismanagement of their father’s N5.6billion estate.  The children who are Babatunde, Oladipo, Subuola, Awojuola, Rukayat, Olukemi and Adeola Alabi, had on ...

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Businessman in court over N86 million land fraud

Benin High Chief docked for forgery and destruction of building

According to The Nation, Justice Angela Otaluka of the FCT High Court, Lugbe on Monday commenced trial in a case involving Idris Shuabu, a developer and Ikechukwu Sebastian for allegedly obtaining N86 million under false pretence. Prosecution counsel, Mr Richard Dauda, who led Shuaibu in evidence at the witness box, said his 26 hectares of land was revoked by the ...

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Property developer arraigned for attempted murder, robbery

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“An Igbosere Chief Magistrates’ Court, Lagos, on Tuesday remanded a property developer, Felix Ezeamama, for attempted murder, armed robbery and unlawful damages. Chief Magistrate Abimbola Komolafe made the order following an application by the Officer in Charge, State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Departing (SCIID) Panti, Lagos, Effiong Asuquo, a Chief Superintendent of Police (CSP). Asuquo, relying on Section 264 (1) ...

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Order Lagos to give us building permit, church tells court

Order Lagos to give us building permit, church tells court

“The Incorporated Trustees of Word of Life Bible Church has asked a Lagos High Court, Igbosere, to order the state government to issue it with building permit for its plot of land in Victoria Island, having paid all necessary fees assessed by the state in respect of the planned structure.”- The Guardian In a suit marked LD/3040/14 before Justice Christopher ...

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EFCC goes after Jonathan’s wife’s assets

EFCC goes after Jonathan’s wife’s assets

“The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC is set  to apply for the final forfeiture of  choice properties  allegedly owned by former First Lady  Patience Jonathan.”- The Nation But the commission has been having difficulty in getting the original titles of the assets. They include Aridolf  Resort, Wellness and Spa  and  eight others. The anti-graft commission may ask the court ...

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