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My Pastor Husband, Has A Bed In His Church Office Where He Sleeps With Women – Wife Alleges

YOLA – Wife of a Pastor in Adamawa State, Mrs. Jumal Mala, has alleged that her husband, Pastor Yakubu Kefas, have slept with several women right inside his church. Jummal made this disclosure when she appeared before an Upper Area Court 3, in Yola, where she alleged Mr Yakubu, the …

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CLO Condemns AMCON’s Disobedience Of Court Orders, Secretly Moves To Sell Company’s Properties

The Civil Liberties Organization has berated AMCON for failing to obey court orders on an ongoing case involving the agency and Peace Global Satellite Communications Limited. The Human Rights Organization made this disclosure in Lagos today during a press conference. The organization stated below its findings after a thorough investigation …

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Be God-Fearing In All You Do, Oyelowo Tells Newly Appointed State Council

By Seyifunmi Odunuga IBADAN – A two day orientation programme was organized by the Ministry of Justice to usher in the newly appointed State Counsel into the ministry. The event which took place between January 14 and 15, 2021 at the Conference Room Mediation Centre, Ministry of Justice Ibadan was …

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AGENCY TRAINS FAMILY COURT ASSESSORS, RELEVANT STAKEHOLDERS

ABEOKUTA – Ogun State Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development has built capacity of the recently inaugurated Family Court Assessors and other relevant stakeholders, to bring about effective court judgement on the family system in the State. The State Chief Judge, Hon. Justice Modupe Dipeolu while speaking at the …

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Industrial Court Sets To Give Verdict Over NUJ Crisis

IBADAN – The National Industrial Court sitting in Ibadan, Oyo State, on Tuesday, December 8, 2020 has said it will deliver judgement on the suit (NICN/IB/85/2019) between Mr. Soji Amosu and three others against Chief Chris Isiguzo, President, Nigerian Union of Journalists, (NUJ) and others, on February 24, 2021. According …

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OGSG Inaugurates 72 Family Court Assessors

ABEOKUTA – Ogun State Government has inaugurated a 72 Family Court Assessors consisting of parents, teachers and community leaders to offer honest and useful advice to presiding magistrates of the family courts. The State Commissioner for Women Affairs and Social Development, Mrs. Funmi Efuwape at the swearing-in ceremony in Kobape, …

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Ogun CCA President Urges Bar, Public To Follow Court Rules 2020

ABEOKUTA – The President, Ogun State Customary Court of Appeal, Hon. Justice Mobolaji Ojo, has urged members of the Bar and the public to follow the State Customary Court of Appeal Rules 2020, in order to make justice closer to the people of the State. Justice Ojo made this known …

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Ogun CJ Promises To Reposition Customary Courts

By AbuSatar Hamed ABEOKUTA – The Chief Judge of Ogun State, Justice Mosunmola Dipeolu has promised to reposition and reorganize the Customary Court system in the state, so as to make it one of the best in the country and world standard. Dipeolu, who was represented by the State President, …

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Ogun Customary Court Of Appeal President, Mobolaji Ojo Swears-In Three New Courts Presidents

By AbuSatar Hamed ABEOKUTA – The Ogun State President, Customary Court of Appeal, Justice Mobolaji Ojo has said that the three new Presidents of Grade 1 Customary Courts of Appeal taken their oath would no doubt strengthen the capacity and enhance the dispensation of justice at the grassroots level in …

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How Ogun Govt, DSS Allegedly Stand As Guarantors For Reinstatement Of Suspended SUG President Of FedPoly Ilaro Over Alleged Cultism

ILARO-YEWA: The recently suspended Students’ Union Government (SUG) of the Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro (FPI), Comrade Adegboye Olatunji who is standing for a court case on his alleged involvement in cultism has received conditional pardon from the management of FPI who through a letter lifted the suspension on the embattled SUG …

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