‘Lagos State Government is denying me of my mandate’

We are using this medium to call attention of the public to the latest development on the Ikoyi Obalende Development Area election tribunal case at the Lagos State’s Appeal court Igbosere.
You will recall our stolen mandate of October 22, 2011 was returned by the election tribunal panel led by Justice Dolapo Akinsanya on October 4, 2012.

Jim Ovia commits Visafone’s N1 billion to flood victims’ rehabilitation

The on-going efforts at generating funds for the rehabilitation of victims of the recent flood disaster across the country have received a boost from the Chairman of Visafone Telecommunication, Jim Ovia who has donated N1 billion to the cause.  
Besides, the former Managing Director of Zenith Bank promised that Visafone would set up emergency call centers across the nation to curtail future natural disaster like the flooding.  

Jonathan, Anyim for Lagos Igbo Day celebration

President Goodluck Jonathan and the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Senator Anyim Pius Anyim would be the Special Guests of Honour  at the Lagos Igbo Day Celebration which would hold on November 24,2012
According to the Vice Chairman of the Igbo Day Planning committee,Dr Dom Ferguson, this year’s Igbo day would be different from the other years  as it would feature a lot of innovations..

New tricks of drug barons, traffickers in Lagos

The Chairman, National Drug Law Enforcement Agency(NDLEA), Mallam Ahmadu Giade, is one man that is not afraid of daring drug barons and traffickers, even right into their own dens.  
He has exposed those new tricks of drug barons and traffickers. Footballs and carpets are now some of the items used by traffickers to conceal drugs at Nigterian airports, seaports and border areas, Giade said: “The business of trafficking in illicit drugs is deadly, well organized and sophisticated with wide-level connections. Drug barons and traffickers are largely invisible and invincible. They operate with top most secrecy and could be very ruthless if their criminal activities leaked.

Suspects charged to court over N3.8m fraud

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission EFCC, on 13 November, 2012, arraigned six suspects at a Lagos High Court sitting in Ikeja, before Justice Adebisi Akinlade, over N3.8million carrot seed scam.
 The six suspects: Dave Akanni Joel (alias Dave Bobby Mamello), David Omowunmi (alias Haastrup Ogedengbe), Oluwole Adegbite (alias James Tokunbo), Yusuf Adegoke (still at large), Oyebisi Olasukanmi (still at large) and Dr Ouldslimane (still at large) were arraigned on a five count charge bordering on intent to defraud and conspiracy to obtain money by false pretence from Rear Admiral B.J.C. Noshiri (Rtd).


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