Author Archives: Mark Itsibor

Four Arraigned For Assaulting Police Officers

  The area ‘G’ Command of the Nigeria Police has arrested and arraigned three  siblings; Bakare Aina, Bakare Ganiyu, Bakare Adebayo, and Ibom Egbe, their tenant before Magistrate, O.A. Layinka of an Ojokoro Magistrate’s Court, Ijaiye, Lagos for allegedly smoking Indian hemp and assaulting three police Officers on duty.   The four defendants were arraigned

Delta Sets Up Taskforce on Fulani herdsmen

In a bid to prevent possible breakdown of law and order involving Fulani cattle herdsmen, Emmanuel Uduaghan, Delta State Governor has set up a taskforce on control of the movement of cattle into and within the state.   The taskforce was inaugurated today by Uduaghan at the Government House Annex in Warri.   Uduaghan described

Man Remanded For Raping Another Man

Sali Malu, a 38-year-old security guard has been remanded in Kirikiri Security Prisons, Lagos for sexually assaulting Nuhu Yusuf, his colleague and townsman. Malu was arrested and arraigned before an Ikeja Senior Magistrates’ Court 5, sitting at Abule-Egba, Lagos by the Ipaja Division of the Nigeria Police. Malu was arraigned before T.A. Elias, the court

Lekki-Ikoyi Bridge Toll: Anger over Lagos State government’s violation of court order

Five days after a federal high court in Lagos passed a judgement directing the Lagos State government from collecting tolls on Lekki-Ikoyi Bridge, the latter is yet to carry out the court order. The continuation collection of tolls on the bridge has attracted reactions from residents who described government’s action as sheer contempt of court.

Berklin Lesbians Inaugurate Lone Cemetery

  Safia association, a national group primarily for elderly lesbians in Berlin, German capital, has announced plans to inaugurate a separate cemetery for its members on Sunday, April 6. Usah Zachau, spokeswoman for the Safia association told the AP news agency on Tuesday that a 400-square-meter (4,300-square-foot) area of the Lutheran Georgen Parochial cemetery, established in

Lekki-Ikoyi Bridge: Lagos Flouts Court Order

Lagos State government has flouted a Federal High court order prohibiting it from collecting tolls from motorists using the LEKKI-IKOYI Bridge. TELL investigation revealed on Friday that despite the Court judgment delivered on Thursday, March 27, Lagos authorities were still seen on the spot collecting the “Statutory” N250 from all motorists plying the suspension Bridge.

Federal High Court Bars Toll Collection on Lekki-Ikoyi Bridge

A Federal High Court sitting in Lagos has ruled that the collection of toll fees on the Lekki-Ikoyi Bridge is illegal. Justice Saliu Saidu gave the ruling in a suit brought before the court by Ebun-Olu Adegboruwa, a lawyer, challenging the legality or otherwise of the decision of the Lagos State government to collect tolls

Controversial Catholic Bishop Resigns

  The controversial Bishop of Limburg, Franz-Peter Tebartz-van Elst has resigned. The Vatican made the notice of acceptance of the resignation of Tebartz-van Elst whose reckless spending on renovations for his personal residence enraged his congregation and ran against the Pope’s message of humility and modesty for the Roman Catholic Church. The Vatican said, “The

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