The trail of Sunday Igboho in Benin Republic is still going on even as Nigerian government makes serious efforts to get him extradited to face charges back home. Image credit: Kemi Filani On the other hand, Igboho's lawyers are making their own efforts to ensure that he is not extradited.
21-year-old Tokunbo Lekan who allegedly broke into Anglican Church of Triumphant situated at Obadiah Craig Street, Falola in Ipaja zone of Lagos state to take from the congregation, has been captured by the Lagos State Police. The presume who took a force creating set, electric wire, welding machine and different things worth about N400,000 from the congregation, said he was prepared as a repairman however relinquished the activity to focus on taking from houses of worship as it wasn't taking care of his
One of the lawyers representing self-styled Yoruba activist, Olusegun Falola, told The Nation recently that the reason why Igboho was chained was to prevent him from turning into a cat and escaping mysteriously. Sunday Igboho || The Punch. He made this known after a series of questions were raised by the members of the public on the reason why the Beninese Police had to tie the activist.
Olusegun Falola is one of the lawyers of the Yoruba human rights activist popularly called Sunday Igboho. The lawyer said his client, Sunday Igboho will not be returning to Nigeria after he gained freedom from the Benin Republic. Falola said that his client will not come back to Nigeria after he gains freedom in the Benin Republic and this is because they are trying to kill him.
Olusegun Falola said yesterday that Sunday Igboho is being kept in a prison to protect him.He said that there are no criminal charges against him because he is covered by ECOWAS protocols. Falola is a law professor at one of the universities in the country, he's member of legal team for Sunday Igboho at Benin Republic.
Falola Olusegun, one of the attorneys for the Yoruba freedom warrior, Sunday Adeyemo, known as Sunday Igboho, has revealed why the activist was bound by Benin Republic security officials. Falola revealed that Igboho was tied and they stopped him from disappearing with his magical powers.
When Sunday Adeyemo aka Sunday Igboho regains his freedom from the Benin Republic, one of his lawyers, Olusegun Falola, has said that his client may not return to Nigeria for a long time. Falola added that returning to Nigeria once Igboho is free from the Benin Republic would be a risky move because his life is in danger in Nigeria.
Falola Oke Olawuyi Shot Dead By Gunmen In Osun Just a moment ago, a popular hotel owner identified as Falola Oke Olawuyi, has been shot dead by unknown bandits in Ilesha, Osun State. According to reports, said that the hotel owner owns the Falola hotel and rental services in osun state was shot dead close to his house today, 16 September, at exactly 9:30pm. According to eyewitness, said that the unknown gunmen shot the hotel owner at close range and immediately ran away from the crime scene. The eyewitness
Sunday Igboho's lawyer has come out to say His client is safer in Cotonou than in Nigeria. The Yoruba Nation Agitator was apprehended in Cotonou at an airport while He was trying to travel to Germany. Igboho's lawyer Falola said Sunday Igboho is Safer In Cotonou where He is standing trial than in Nogeria where His house was raided.
Olusegun Falola, the attorney of Yoruba Nation activist and well known as Igboho, Sunday Adeyemo, has explained why the activist was initially chained by security agents in the Benin Republic. Falola revealed that Igboho was chained to prevent him from disappearing mysteriously. Falola says that he was informed by Beninesian security agents that Igboho is capable of turning into a cat and escaping.
Olusegun Falola, one of the legal advisors of the popular activist and Yoruba country instigator, Sunday Adeyemo otherwise known as Sunday Igboho, has said his client probably won't come back again to Nigeria for sometime when regains freedom from Benin Republic. Falola clarified that it would be a hazardous choice for Igboho to return when he is liberated from Benin Republic since his life is under danger in Nigeria, he expressed this in a meeting with feelrightnewsTV.
In the whole world, a court room is know for order, a place where justice is served and Nigerian courts are no different as it recently punished a man for acting rudely in the court.
When Jimoh Falola decided to be unruly at the Customary Court in Ile-Tuntun in Ibadan, Oyo State, he got more than he perhaps bargained for.
The Wema Bank Plc has began distribution of Stimulus packages to affected states in Nigeria as COVID-19 pandemic continues to pose a global challenge and push world governments into a lockdown. The relief packages as sighted in the pictures customized with WEMA Bank COVID-19 support is aimed at complementing the effort of the government to cushion the effects of the lockdown being a corporate social responsibility of the bank, WEMA Bank COVID-19 support will serve as a palliative measure to help lessen the
Following an allegation of bank robbery leveled against three suspects, the Osun State High Court has convicted the three suspects to death by hanging on Thursday. The three convicts were Aderibigbe Oluwaseun, Nuhu Jimoh, and Ndubisi David. It was gathered that the three convicts perpetuated the crime on February 12th, 2016, when they invaded three commercial banks (First Bank, Union Bank, and Skye Bank) located in Ikirun, Osun State. It was reported that the convicts were tried and prosecuted over ten co
A fake lawyer, Olawale Falola, who claimed to be a dropout of a university in Osun State was arrested by the Oyo State Police Command during a stop-and-search in Ibadan recently. It was gathered that after seeing a sticker belonging to the Nigeria Bar Association on his windscreen, the police asked him about his identity, but he couldnt defend his ‘Lawyer’ status. He said he made N6m from victims whom he promised to help secure jobs at the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC. According to him:
One of the lawyers to Sunday Igboho, Lawyer Olusegun Falola has revealed why the Yoruba Nation activist was detained by the Beninese court despite the fact that he didn't commit any crime. According to the lawyer, he said the Beninese court detained Igboho for his own safety, claimed that the activist may be killed if he was released.
Try not to be disrespectful if you ever find yourself in the customary court in Ile-Tuntun, Ibadan, Oyo state capital.
A customary court sitting in Ile Tutun in Ibadan on Wednesday sentenced one, Jimoh Falola to 30 days of community service for behaving unruling to court.The convict is expected to wash public toilets in the course of his service.
Jimoh Falola, a resident in Oyo state, has been sentenced to wash public toilet for 30 days by an Ile-Tuntun Customary Court in Ibadan on Wednesday for not giving respect to the court.