Ogun State & High Court

Ogun State is a state in South-western Nigeria. It borders Lagos State to the South, Oyo and Osun States to the North, Ondo State to the east and the republic of Benin to the west. The term High Court usually refers to the superior court (or supreme court) of a country or state. 5.0/5

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EFCC, i hope you guys are not lack of operations? becuase there are chronic corrupt public servant looting nigeria treasury then moving around with securities and lavishing the money at their will , instead of u guys to go after them u arresting an old woman who is close to her grave "EFCC arraigns 77-yr-old woman over N65m fraud" The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, yesterday, arraigned a septuagenarian, Alhaja Mulikat Shonekan, before a Lagos High Court in Ikeja for allegedly stealing and fraudulently converting N65 million entrusted in her care for the purchase of 90 acres of land in Ogun State. CRIME1Alhaja Shonekan was arraigned alongside Martins Ogiogwa and Mujekanm Petroleum Nig. Coy. Ltd, on a five-count charge of conspiracy to obtain money by false pretences, stealing and issuance of dishonoured cheque. Count three read: Alhaja Mulikat Shonekan, Martins Ogiowa and Mujekanm Petroleum Nigeria Coy Ltd sometime in September 2008 in Lagos, within the Ikeja Judicial Division with intent ...
No AK 47 rifle found in my campaign office’ A governorship aspirant of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Ogun State, Kayode Amusan, has denied allegation that an AK 47 rifle, was found in his campaign office in Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital. Amusan, a two-time member of the House of Representatives, cleared the air on Monday, while addressing newsmen at his Abeokuta residence. He argued that the rumour being peddled around about the incident was untrue, adding that only a licensed dane gun belonging to his security guard was recovered by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) operatives during the search of the premises. The former lawmaker insisted that his present travails was politically motivated, and warned his supporters to be wary of the antics of the agents of destruction. “Let me say categorically that the gun found with the security guard was a dane gun and not AK 47 as rumored in the social media. The security guard is a registered and licensed guard from the Vigilance . ...
Judge sacks court registrar for wearing Hijab to work Posted on March 10, 2014. A High Court registrar with the Ijebu Igbo High Court in Ogun State, Mrs Hawwal Zeenat Iyabode, may have been relieved of her job by a Judge in the court, Adetokunbo Olusola Jibodu for allegedly wearing Hijab (veil) to work. Findings showed that Mrs Hawwal, who has put in over 14 years in the service of the Ogun state government was sent away from her office after she was transferred from Registry to the open court which is under the supervision of Justice Jibodu It was learnt that before her ordeal, the registrar had earlier served in the open court under another Judge with her Islamic mode of dressing before Justice Jibodu was transferred to the court, without any complaint by her head. Hawwal, who spoke with newsmen in Abeokuta, explained that her ordeal started around April 2013 when the judge invited her to his office and ordered her to remove her Hijab or vacate her position. She said that since the incident, she had bee ...
ABEOKUTA — The crisis rocking the Labour Party in Ogun State has taken another dimension as the party in the state, yesterday, dragged the former Governor Gbenga Daniel before the state High Court, asking that he be stopped from parading himself as the leader/chairman of the party in the state.
Court resolves boundary dispute between two Ogun communities THIRTY-SIX years after Ago-Iwoye and Oru communities, located within Ijebu North Local Council Area of Ogun State, engaged each in a battle of supremacy over boundary barrier, an a State High Court has finally laid the matter to rest. The state’s High Court, Abeokuta Judicial Division, in a case No. AB/192/93, upheld the declaration of Osibodu Boundary Settlement Commission, which had earlier fixed the boundary between the two communities at a small stream called Eripa Stream. However, Justice N.I Saula said that all properties that fall within the disputed area are adjudged to be under the Oru territorial and administrative boundary. The decision was in a case brought by Otunba Kolawole Abdul, Otunba Nelson Oduntan and Otunba Koyejo Adekoya for themselves and on behalf of Ago-Iwoye community against the Attorney General, Ogun State, Chief (Prof.) Cornelius O.Taiwo, Chief Ezekiel Dina and Chief Jacob Ola Talabi. The claimants wanted the court ...
A High Court sitting in Abeokuta, Ogun State capital, has ruled that Chief Adebayo Dayo is the authentic chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the state. But the court verdict has not paved the way for reconciliation among the three factions locked in supremacy battle in the state. Dayo, the embattled chairman, has achieved victory, but he is still incapacitated because his group cannot do without the two factions waging war against his leadership. Since the court ruling, efforts to forge unity have collapsed. The national leadership of the party is concerned. Many party leaders expect former national leader, Gen. Olusegun Obasanjo, to act as a father and broker peace. But the ex-resident is the pillar of support for one of the factions. Early in the year, the leadership crisis rocking the chapter escalated as policemen sealed off its state secretariat. Dayo, an engineer, and other members of the State Executive Committee, were denied access to the office. They cried foul, saying that certain ...
Ogun LG boss, 2 others dragged to court •Over illegal invasion of agro farm | Print | E-mail Written by Oluwole Ige Monday, 27 August 2012 CHAIRMAN of Ijebu North East Local Government Area of Ogun State, Mr Samson Onademuren and two others have been dragged to a High Court of Ijebu Ode judicial division, for allegedly invading the business premises of FOH-HOPE Limited, on Ibadan-Ijebu road In a suit no HCJ/93/2012, a copy of which was made available to the Nigerian Tribune, the claimant alleged that the defendants, including Tayomac Global Ventures and one Adelaja Bowale sealed off its business premises on July 25, over payment of tenement rates. According to an affidavit deposed to by one the managers of the firm, Kazeem Arowolo, insupport of the motion ex parte, the claimant said “the unilateral decision of the first defendant to seal off two of its business premises in Ijebu-Ode, without a valid order of court of competent jurisdiction, amount to trespass in law.” The claimant was seeking “an ...
Former governor of the State of Osun, Mr. Olagunsoye Oyinlola, is currently facing new crisis as National Secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), following the decision of the Ogun State Executive Committee of the party, asking an Abuja Federal High Court to order his removal from office. In the suit filed by the chairman of the Ogun State Chapter of the party, Mr. Adebayo Dayo and Secretary, Alhaji Semiu Sodipo, they challenged the retention of Oyinlola as a national officer in the party. They claimed that the embattled Oyinlola was foisted on the South-West geo-political zone of the PDP by former President Olusegun Obasanjo in tacit support of former National Vice-Chairman of the zone, Alhaji Tajudeen Oladipo. The duo contended that by orders of two separate judgments of the Lagos Division of the court, which nullified the South-West zonal congress that produced Oyinlola as candidate, that he has since ceased to be the national secretary of the party. Accordingly, they asked the court to declar ...
Determined to save the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, from its crises, the National Chairman, Alhaji Bamanga Tukur, has set in motion plans to reconcile two former Chairmen of Board of Trustees, BoT, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo and Chief Tony Anenih. Tukur will also mediate between Obasanjo, ex- Ogun State governor, Otunba Gbenga Daniel and other stake holders in Ogun who had disagreement ahead of the 2011 PDP primary election and subsequently the gubernatorial election that eventually led to the emergence of Senator Ibikunle Amosun of the Action Congress of Nigeria, ACN. Speaking with journalists, in Abuja, yesterday, the PDP boss disclosed that the party will, immediately after the Ramadan fast, begin what he termed a reconciliation tour of the six geo-political zones of the Federation. According to him, during the tour, the party will use as its ‘ Bible’ the recommendations of Dr. Alex Ekwueme’ Committee on peace and reconciliation. The report had recommended that the party should embrace all the mem ...
A High Court in Ogun state on Thursday ordered EFCC to return Gbenga Daniel’s passport to enable him to travel overseas for medical reasons
Gbenga Daniel: I'm Being Persecuted Like Jesus' A former Ogun State Governor, Gbenga Daniel, on Sunday said his trial can be compared to that of Jesus Christ who was persecuted for being compassionate. Mr. Daniel made this statement at the 50th birthday anniversary of Sina Kawonise, the former commissioner of information and strategy during his administration held at conference hotel, Ijebu- Ode, Ogun State. According to the former governor, "his court trial remains the biggest probe in the history of the state and meant to persecute him for no just reason". He likened his trial to that of Jesus Christ, Obafemi Awolowo and Abraham Adesanya. "The question is this, why was Jesus christ crucified despite his good work, why was Obafemi Awolowo persecuted, why was Abraham Adesanya persecuted. It was only because they dare to correct the wrong in the society". Mr. Daniel held that he has been falsely accused of being a ritualist, a murderer and a fraudster in order to crucify him. "There is no offence they have ...
A HOUSE BUILT ON A SAND WILL NOT STAND BEING MY REACTION TOTHE SO-CALLED CONTEMPT SENTENCE DELIVERED BY JUSTICE C. E.ARCHIBONG, OF THE Federal High Court, LAGOS TODAY. My attention has just been drawn to a “judgement” of Hon. Justice Archibong of the Federal High Court Lagos in a case involving the Omo-Ilu faction of PDP in Ogun State, PDP National body and the Ogun State Independent Electoral Commission (OGSIEC). The judge, has “sentenced” the Chairman of the Caretaker Committee of OgunPDP, Chief Ireti Oniyide, myself and the other member of the committee, Hon. Fasiu Bakene, to “six months imprisonment for contempt”! My reaction is as follows: 1. I have instructed my lawyers to challenge this scandalous judgement, which I believe; like a house erected on a sand, cannot stand.2. This obvious abuse of judicial powerswill not go unremedied, as I have instructed my Counsel to prepare to take on Justice Archibong personally as in “convicting” me without being served, without a hearing, in abse ...
Nigeria Information Zone shared the following link: High Court in Ogun State sitting...
At the High Court of Justice Ogun State before the C.J Herself Hon. Justice O.O.OLOPADE
Leadership Newspapers shared the following link: in-fighting within the Ogun State Chapter of Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) took a new dimension yesterday as Justice C.E. Archibong of a Federal High Court, Lagos issued an order of interim injunction for committal to one year imprisonm...
The Federal High Court sitting today in Abeokuta Declined jurisdiction in a Suit filed by the Student Representative of TASSUED student againt the Governor of Ogun State and 7ors seeking to restraint the Defendant and it's Privies from Scrapping and Joining the School with Olabisi Onabanjo University. His Lordship Ofili Ajumogbobia ruled in favour of the Defendant in a Preliminary Objection Filled by the Defendant. The Court had earlier granted an Interim and Later Interlocutory Injunction in Favour of the Claimant.
Say it from the mountain: Nobody,not even a Bishop,is ABOVE the law!!! Bishop Oyedepo denies slapping church member, says he cannot be sued 25/05/2012 22:32:00 Premium Times  "We submit that slapping being an act of assault an item outside the provisions of Chapter 4 of the 1999 constitution and the African Charter, this court therefore lacks jurisdiction over same." The multi billionaire founder of the Living Faith Christian Church International, Bishop David Oyedepo, has denied slapping a young member of his congregation; stating that neither he nor his church could be sued. In a notice of preliminary objection filed at the High Court of Ogun State and made available to Premium Times; Bishop Oyedepo maintained that he and his church are "non juristic persons" and therefore asked the court to strike out the suit as it lacked jurisdiction to adjudicate on the matter. Robert Igbinedion, a Lagos based lawyer, had in April, filed a suit on behalf of the young lady, who was slapped during a church service, ...
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