Michael Igbinedion, younger brother of former Edo state governor, Lucky Igbinedion was today sentenced to 6 years imprisonment for charges bothering on money laundering. Michael, alongside one Mr Patrick Eboigbodin, an aide to former Governor Lucky Igbinedion were dragged before a federal high court in Benin city on an 81 count charge bordering on money laundering said to be carried out while Lucky Igbinedion was still governor of Edo state.
Thursday, April 30, 2015
Michael Igbinedion, the younger brother of Lucky Igbinedion, a former governor of Edo state, was today, 29th of April, convicted by a Federal High Court in Benin in a N25 billion money laundering case instituted against him and five others by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.
As the Nigerian military says it rescued 293 girls and women from Sambisa forest, the elders in Borno say they need evidence and pictures of the rescued captives. Speaking to Reuters, Borno Elders Forum said via it's spokesman Bulama Mali Gubio.
An Abeokuta Customary Court sitting in Ake on Wednesday April 29th dissolved a three-year-old marriage between Mr Femi Olayiwole and wife, Kemi, due to the absence of vagina, deceit and frequent fighting. Olayiwole told the court that his wife deceived him to marry her knowing that she could not bear him a child. He accused his wife, who had failed to appear in court after being summoned several times, of living a false life, frequent fighting and threatening his life.
Buhari issues warning to his team,claims he didn't ask anyone to bar AIT from covering his activities
President-elect Muhammadu Buhari has denied barring African Independent Television (AIT) from covering his activities and said he only became aware of the matter after the public uproar it generated. AIT had been barred from covering his activities on Monday, but the APC overturned the decision the following day. Buhari says he was neither consulted nor informed about the AIT barring.
The Federal Government has condemned the execution (Here) of four Nigerians by the Indonesian authorities over drug-related offences, despite pleas for clemency by President Goodluck Jonathan.The government, while commiserating with the families of the deceased, demanded the repatriation of the corpses of the executed Nigerians.
In order to prevent current fuel scarcity, The Federal Government, yesterday, said it would pay MOWAN N156 billion, out of the about N256.2 billion the marketers claim is owed to them in subsidy claims.
How we wish we woke up looking as flawless as Amber Rose.
Brad Pitt’s been caught stepping out around New Orleans this past week with a freshly-bruised face. Brad says it’s from a common household accident…but the rumor mill is swirling that Angelina Jolie actually delivered the fade his way after finding out some info about her husband she didn’t like.
There was confusion at a filling station along the Murtala Muhammed International Airport Road after a female police inspector attached to the Airport Police Command and identified as Mrs. Florence Anih, was slapped by a Nigerian Air Force lance corporal.