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A mild drama, yesterday, ensued in the ongoing fraud case against former Director-General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, NIMASA, Mr Patrick Akpobolokemi as three of his co-defendants accepted to become prosecution witnesses.
A mild drama ensued during the proceedings on Monday at an Ikeja High Court as three men arraigned alongside Patrick Akpobolokemi, the former Director-General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), made a “turnaround” to become witnesses for the prosecution.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission on Friday filed fresh charges against Patrick Akpobolokemi, former Director-General, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency and six others before an Ikeja High Court, Lagos.
The Court of Appeal, Lagos Division, has discharged and acquitted a former Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, Patrick Akpobolokemi, who was charged with an alleged fraud of N2.6bn.
The ongoing trial of a former Director-General of NIMASA, Patrick Akpobolokemi, charged with N3.4 billion fraud was on Monday in Lagos adjourned until March 27 following an argument over admissibility of a document.
AN investigator with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Chukwuma Orji, on Tuesday told an Ikeja High Court how some items listed to cost N1. 450m was changed to N39. 4m by some officials of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, (NIMASA).
A former Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, Patrick Akpobolokemi, on Thursday denied looting N2.6bn from the agency while he was the helmsman.
Justice Ibrahim Buba of the Federal High Court, sitting in Lagos, on Monday morning, told embattled former Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Patrick Akpobolokemi, and others, that they had a case to answer on alleged involvement in N2.6 billion fraud.
The Federal High Court in Lagos has fixed October 16, 2017, to rule on whether or not to discharge a former Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, Patrick Akpobolokemi, who was charged with N2.6bn fraud.
A Russian priest who flaunted luxury items including Louis Vuitton bags and Gucci shoes on his Instagram account will face a disciplinary committee, an Orthodox Church spokesman said Monday.
A Russian former policeman was convicted on Monday of killing 55 women and one man, bringing the total number of women he is convicted of killing to 77, a court said.
Chelsea will look to sell Victor Moses in January and Fulham are interested in him.
The Benin Zonal Office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has announced that it has secured the conviction of 22 persons who were involved in yahoo-yahoo within its operational base in the last one year
The World Bank-sponsored State Employment and Expenditure for Result (SEEFOR) on Monday said it budgeted 70 million dollars (about N25bn) for its intervention in public works in youth engagements in Niger Delta States of Edo, Delta, Bayelsa and Rivers for 2019.
The Federal Ministry of Power, Works and Housing on Friday opened the Ijora 7Up Bridge which was closed to traffic for repairs in July, after undergoing rehabilitation works.
Senate President Bukola Saraki has expressed solidarity with staff of the National Assembly in their protest over the non-payment of outstanding salaries and other entitlements.
Some disengaged teachers in Kaduna State have declared support for the re-election of Sen. Shehu Sani (PRP-Kaduna) in the 2019 election.
The Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC, has enjoined more Nigerians to take advantage of the on-going e-dividend registration in a bid to reduce the unclaimed dividends profile as well as increase liquidity in the capital market and the economy.
The Police Commissioner in Abia, Mr Chris Ezike on Wednesday said that the command was still investigating the case of the drowned man at a swimming pool.