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Friday, 4 August 2017

LAUTECH: Now That The Fallen Empire Has Refused To Rise - PART 1

By: Apagunpote Olayimika Chocomilo


I have restrained myself from writing about LAUTECH's unfortunate saga that has engulfed the activities of this great institution for months. It's deliberate. The reason is not far fetched. Students are tired of reading epistles, they want to read their books and the unintelligent approach employed in resolving LAUTECH's crisis through political visits by students and external contributors are reasons why I kept mute because the reopening of LAUTECH lies with the visitors and member unions and this could be only achieved through shifting of grounds by both parties. This article is meant for the wise and intelligent ones; if you are not one, do not bother to read it at all.


Beatitudes On The Mountain For the Corrupt Nigerians - And Wailers Shall Continue To Say Amen!

And seeing the multitudes, corruption went up into Aso Rock; 

and when he was set, the politicians came unto him;

Wednesday, 28 June 2017

OSINBAJO TO NIGERIANS: LET US EXPRESS CONCERNS GRACIOUSLY NOT WITH SCORN

*OUTCOMES OF ACTING PRESIDENT'S CONSULTATIONS ON ETHNIC AGITATIONS WITH POLITICAL, RELIGIOUS, TRADITIONAL & MEDIA LEADERS.

Acting President Yemi Osinbajo

Acting President Yemi Osinbajo, SAN, has again assured Nigerians that the Buhari administration is not deaf to grievances in parts of the country, disclosing that the government will address them, while urging that such grievances be expressed with grace.



This emerged from the Highlights of the series of consultations the Acting President called to interact with leaders from the North, Southeast and the media over the last two weeks between 13 June to 22 June 2017.


A updated statement from the presidency today noted that "the meetings were convened to provide a platform for frank and open discussions between the concerned stakeholders and by extension the Nigerian public on issues relating to the unity, peace and security of country."

Friday, 7 April 2017

FG Appeals Case Against Justice Ademola, His Wife And A Senior Lawyer

The federal government of Nigeria today filed an appeal against last Wednesday’s ruling of the High Court of the Federal Capital Territory in Abuja which dismissed the 18 corruption and gratification charges against Justice Adeniyi Francis Adetokunbo Ademola, his wife Olabowale Toluwatope Ademola, and Joe Agi, a senior lawyer.

It is asking the Court of Appeal to allow the appeal and overrule the decision of Honourable Justice Jude Okeke and remit the case back to the High Court for reassignment and defense.

Subsidy Scam: Justice Adebukola Banjoko Jails Rowaye, Company 104years

Jubril Rowaye
Justice Adebukola Banjoko of the High Court of the Federal Capital Territory sitting in Gudu, Abuja, on Friday, April 7, 2017 convicted and sentenced Jubril Rowaye, an oil marketer, to a hundred and four years imprisonment over N1.05billion subsidy fraud charge preferred against him by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.

In the landmark judgment that lasted about five and half hours, Rowaye was convicted along with his company, Brilla Energy Limited, and another firm, Alminnur Resources Limited, to which the permit to import 10,000metric tonnes of Premium Motor Spirit (petrol) into Nigeria was issued in 2011.

Why Russia condemns U.S. missile strike on Syria, suspends key air agreement

Putin’s spokesman said the Russian president considered the attack an attempt to distract attention from the heavy civilian casualties caused by a U.S.-backed offensive to capture the northern Iraqi city of Mosul from the Islamic State group.

Russian president Putin

MOSCOW — Russia on Friday condemned a U.S. missile strike against Syrian government forces as an attack on its ally and said it was suspending an agreement to minimize the risk of in-flight incidents between U.S. and Russian aircraft operating over Syria.
Even as Russian officials expressed hope that the strike against Syrian President Bashad al-Assad’s forces would not lead to an irreversible breakdown in U.S. relations with Moscow, the Kremlin’s decision to suspend the 2015 memorandum of understanding on the air operations immediately raised tensions in the skies over Syria.

EFCC Arraigns Alleged Female Internet Fraudster Suzan Vega Ochuko for 132,000 Euro Fraud

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, on Friday 7th of April, 2017 arraigned one Suzan Vega Ochuko before Justice P.I. Ajoku of the Federal High Court sitting in Benin, Edo State on a three count charge bordering on conspiracy and obtaining money by false pretence.

Ochuko and one Tony Uyimwen aka Alex Ethan (now at large) allegedly operating with a pseudo name Alex Ethan contacted one Mrs. Beatrice AUF DER MAUR from St. Gallen, Switzerland via Facebook and defrauded her of One Hundred and Thirty-Two Thousand Euro. 

Mrs Auf Der Maur was allegedly hoodwinked into a love relationship with the defendant who subsequently defrauded her of the said amount under the pretence of executing a non existing contract.

N23Bn Diezani Bribe: Absence of the Accused Stalls Judgment

Justice M.B Idris of Federal High Court, sitting in Ikoyi today 7th April, 2017, adjourned the judgment in a case of Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC officials, Christan Nwosu and two others who participated in the sharing of N23 Billion slush funds meant for the buildup of 2015 general election to compromise electoral officers.

Nwosu and two other INEC officials was earlier arraigned on 5th of April, 2017 by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC before Justice Idris of the same Court on a 7 count charge bordering on receiving gratification to the tune of N264, 880,000.00(Two Hundred and Sixty four Million, Eight Hundred and Eighty Thousand Naira), which Nwosu pleaded guilty of receiving N30million from the said campaign bribe money.

N1.05bn Subsidy Scam: Oil Marketers, Rabiu, Rowaye Convicted

A Federal Capital Territory (FCT) High Court, Abuja presided over by Justice Adebukola Banjoko today, Friday, April 7, 2017 convicted two directors of oil marketing companies, Saminu Rabiu and Jubril Rowaye who were prosecuted by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC on a N1.05billion subsidy fraud.

The duo who were directors of Alminnur Resources Limited and Brilla Energy Limited respectively, were arraigned on October 17, 2012 on a 17-count charge of conspiracy and fraud.

 Details later.

Wednesday, 5 April 2017

What Will a Restructured Nigeria Look Like?

The most important task before us right now is envisaging what a restructured Nigeria would look like. We have agreed that Nigeria needs restructuring based on the principles of federalism. The next big question should be; what should a restructured Nigeria look like? This is what I have set out to answer in this lecture.

How should responsibilities be shared between the federal and state governments in a restructured Nigeria? We believe it will be inappropriate for us as a Movement to impose regions or even states on the people of Nigeria. This is why we believe the people (ethnic nationalities) themselves must be given the opportunity to decide whether they want regions or states as the federating units. Whatever the case may be, these twenty rules must be followed.To answer these questions, we have drawn up twenty rules that should guide us in our debate. Find below the twenty rules that we consider as fundamental to a two-tier system of federal structure and which we think is best suitable for a country like Nigeria.