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Lagos socialite, Buhari Oloto, has been charged alongside four others before a Lagos State High Court for unlawful interference with property, contrary to Section 2(1) of the Lagos State Properties Protection Law 2016.
Mr. Olalekan Ojo (SAN), the defence counsel for Fred Ajudua, a former Lagos socialite, challenged a former Chief of Army Staff, Lt.-Gen. Ishaya Bamaiyi (rtd), to provide proof of the source of the $8.4 million his client allegedly defrauded him of in 2004.
It was further ordered that in the interim funds standing to the credit of the defendants in the sum of N187.3 million in seventeen commercial banks in Nigeria are also to be attached
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