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President Muhammadu Buhari's special adviser on Social Investments, Maryam Uwais has disclosed that General Sani Abacha's loot which was recently recovered was spent on lifting on lifting Nigerians out of poverty. Uwais who disclosed this at a two-day experts’ training and advocacy on tracing and recovery of illicit funds and assets in Port Harcourt on Monday October 21, said the total cumulative amount disbursed from the Abacha loot between August/September 2018 and September/October payment 2019 from the International Development Association (IDA) credit, was $76,538,530 and $27,099,028. "The funds are specifically being disbursed to beneficiaries of the national cash transfer programme (a component of the National Social Investment Programme N-SIP). “The gesture is positively changing the fortunes of many Nigerians
Reno Omokri is of the opinion that unlike other ethnic tribes, the Igbos are communal and would have rallied round to fulfill the terms and conditions of publisher and activist, Omoyele Sowore's bail. Recall that Sowore who is standing trial for treasonable charges filed against him by the Federal government, was in court yesterday October 21st where the judge revealed that no one has come forward to stand as his surety for his bail conditions to be fulfilled. Reacting to this development, Reno Omokri via a post shared on his Instagram page, said the bail conditions for IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu, were more stringent than Sowore's, but they were all met because the Igbos rallied round for one of their
President Buhari has arriveed Sochi Russia ahead of the Russia-Africa Economic Forum starting today October 22nd. President Buhari was received by the Mayor of Sochi, Anatoly Pakhomov, and other Russian Government Officials. A statement released by the presidency says the summit would focus on exploring and expanding opportunities in security, trade and investment, science and technology, and gas production. During the summit, President Buhari will meet with President Vladimir Putin of Russia to further strengthen relations between Nigeria and Russia.
The Federal High Court in Lagos on Monday ordered the forfeiture of two properties in Ikoyi belonging to former Kwara State governor and ex-Senate President, Bukola Saraki. Justice Mohammed Liman made the temporary forfeiture order following an ex parte application by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission. The EFCC said the landed property “lying and known as No. 17A McDonald Road, Ikoyi,” was reasonably suspected to have been acquired with proceeds of unlawful activity.
Justice Ijeoma Ojukwu of the Federal High Court in Abuja has expressed concern as no one is willing to stand as surety for Omoyele Sowore, convener of #RevolutionNow Movement who was arrested on charges of treason and insulting President Buhari. The Federal High Court Judge who spoke after Sowore's counsel, Femi Falana sought for a variation to the previous bail conditions of N100m and two sureties which he said could not be met, said the defendant's inability to get two surety poses serious concern. Ojukwu said: “Considering the pedigree of the first defendant as observed in his application, it is rather unfortunate that no one is willing to stand as his surety on those terms. “On the other hand, it
The Federal High Court in Abuja today heard Omoyele Sowore's application for bail variation. Sowore, who was arraigned on a four-count charge ranging from insulting President Muhammadu Buhari to money laundering, was given bail condition of paying N150 million and had his movement restricted to Abuja. Femi Falana (SAN), who is representing Sowore, had described the conditions attached to his bail as “stringent”. After the hearing, Justice Ijeoma Ojukwu has now varied Omoyele Sowore and Olawale Bakare's bail conditions. According to a report by SaharaReporters, Justice Ojukwu said she found it difficult to believe a man of Sowore's pedigree did not have anyone to deposit N50 million. Hence, Sowore bail condition was reviewed from N100 million to
A Jos-based Pastor and former Executive Secretary of Nigeria National Missions Movement, Gideon Para-Mallam has alleged that President Buhari is yet to reach out to Nathan Sharibu, father of Leah Sharibu who was kidnapped alongside 111 female students of Government Girls Science and Technical Secondary School, Dapchi in 2018. Gideon who added that Leah's abduction has been politicized by different groups in Nigeria, questioned President Buhari's humanity in a statement he released on Sunday October 20. TheCable reported that he further disclosed that Leah Sharibu's family has been in agony since she was kidnapped and kept back by Boko Haram terrorists because she refused demands to renounce her Christian faith and convert to Islam. “On October 15, Leah’s father,
Suspected serial killer, Gracious David West, appeared in a Rivers State High Court on Monday. West, who had confessed to killing seven women in different hotels was brought into the court premises in Port Harcourt around 10.28 am by heavily armed personnel of the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad. The charges against the suspect were not read to him because no lawyer was representing him in court. Details later
Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Nnamdi Kanu has announced the death of his mother. According to Kanu, she died on August 30, 2019 in Germany after doctors battled unsuccessfully over a protracted illness she suffered. He kept mum on reasons behind the belated announcement and also on the burial arrangements. The Biafra leader however linked federal government to the death, citing alleged soldiers’ invasion of his Umuahia, Abia State residence on September 2017. “Watching her children being hunted and killed by the federal government was the cause of her illness, and today we have lost her,” he said. He however pledged not to be deterred by the death in his struggle for the actualization of