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Trouble sleep, yanga wake am? 6 men appear in court for stealing N30m jewellery from Judge’s house

The police on Wednesday, June 26, 2019, arraigned six men who allegedly broke into the house of a Lagos State Judge and stole jewellery worth N30 million, in an Igbosere Magistrates’ Court, Lagos. The police charged Mujaudu Alawiye, 59, Achrigbo Sunday, 20, Emmanuel Frank, 23, Akintunde Jude, 28, Adeniji Bashir,18, and Boniface Nneji, 52 with four

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UPDATE: Checkout the court’s ruling on alleged killer of Kolade Johnson

A Magistrates’ Court in Ebute-Metta, Lagos Mainland, has ruled that Olalekan Ogunyemi, the Police Inspector accused of killing football fan Kolade Johnson, should remain in prison till June 10, 2019. The decision means 35 more days in Ikoyi Prison for Ogunyemi, who has already spent 30 days in prison since he was first remanded on

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IN AGEGE: Two sisters allegedly inflict injuries on tenant with razor blades

The police on Monday, March 25, 2019, arraigned two sisters, Rasidat Lasisi and Ramota Shoyoye, in an Ikeja Magistrates’ Court for allegedly attacking their tenant with razor blades during a disagreement. Lasisi , 44, and Shoyoye, 30, who reside in No. 77, Adealu St., Dopemu Agege, Lagos Mainland, are charged with conspiracy and assault to

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Mechanic docked for allegedly sodomising teenager

A 19-year-old mechanic, Chinedu Ezebuka, who allegedly sodomised a 13-year-old student, has appeared before an Ikeja Domestic Violence and Special Offences Court today, Monday, 25 March 2019. The suspect whose residential address was not provided with sexual assault. He however, pleaded not guilty to the charge. The prosecution led by Mr Olayemi Shofolu, alleged that the defendant committed

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Court remands Alfa for killing his friend and sharing the body parts in Magbon, Lagos

A Lagos State Magistrate’s Court sitting in Ebute-Meta has remanded an Islamic cleric, Fatai Afobaje, aka Alfa, in prison for allegedly killing his friend, Rafiu Sulaimon, and sharing his body parts. The magistrate, A. O. Komolafe, said Afobaje should be remanded pending legal advice from the Directorate of Public Prosecutions. Alfa

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