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Appeal court overturns N4 billion judgment against SaharaReporters

An appeal court in Ilorin, Kwara state, has dismissed the judgment which awarded N4 billion to Senate President Bukola Saraki in a libel suit against Sahara Reporters and Omoyele Sowore, the publisher.

Court orders arrest of Mike Adenuga’s son

A Tinubu Chief Magistrate’s Court in Lagos has ordered the arrest of Eniola, the son of Globacom Chairman, Mike Adenuga.

Sahara Reporters asks court to stop Saraki’s N4bn judgment claim

Sahara Reporters and its publishers, Mr. Omoyele Sowore, on Wednesday asked Justice Adeyinka Oyinloye of an Ilorin High Court to set aside his June 28, 2017 judgement against them.

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Cristiano Ronaldo: I have no plan to retire soon

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Governor Akeredolu: Only VIPs are now safe on Nigerian roads

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