Dasuki, Lamido, Kalu, Fani-Kayode make Buhari’s travel ban list [FULL LIST]

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A former National Security Adviser, Sambo Dasuki, 13 former governors, seven ex-ministers, among others have been barred from traveling out of the country under Executive Order 6 (EO6) issued yesterday by President Muhammadu Buhari, according to The Nation report.

The restriction followed the judicial affirmation of the constitutionality and legality of the Executive Order 6 (EO6).

The watch-list and restriction were put in place pending the conclusion of the cases against those affected.

Also on the watch list seen last night by The Nation are: ex-governors Saminu Turaki (Jigawa), Murtala Nyako (Adamawa), Adebayo Alao-Akala (Oyo), Gabriel Suswam (Benue), Rasheed Ladoja (Oyo), Orji Uzor Kalu (Abia), Danjuma Goje (Gombe), Attahiru Bafarawa (Sokoto), Muazu Babangida Aliyu (Niger); Chimaroke Nnamani (Enugu); Sule Lamido (Jigawa); Gbenga Daniel (Ogun); and Ibrahim Shehu Shema (Katsina).

The ex-ministers are Nenadi Usman, Bashir Yuguda, Jumoke Akinjide; Bala Mohammed; Abba Moro; Femi Fani-Kayode; and Ahmadu Fintiri.

Others include a former Chief of Defence Staff, Air Marshal Alex Badeh; ex- Chief of Naval Staff, Vice Admiral A. D. Jibrin; a former Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Mohammed Dikko Umar; a former Inspector-General of Police, Sunday Ehindero; and a former Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Adesola Amosu; Chairman Emeritus of AIT/ Raypower, High Chief Raymond Dokpesi; Waripamowei  Dudafa (a former  Special Assistant (Domestic) to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan); a former Chief Judge of Enugu State, Justice Innocent Umezulike; a former judge of the Federal High Court, Justice Rita Ofili-Ajumogobia;

Also on the list are a former National Publicity Secretary of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Olisa Metuh; Chief Jide Omokore; Ricky Tarfa; and Dele Belgore (SAN).

Most of the affected persons are currently facing trial for alleged corrupt practices in different courts.

The list was generated from cases and proceedings filed by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC), the Nigeria Police, and 17 other agencies.

The document indicated that many of those affected had earlier been placed on similar legal restrictions by the courts and security agencies including restriction of movement, seizure of passport, temporary forfeiture of assets, freezing of accounts and others.

Explaining the government’s action in a statement yesterday, Senior Special Assistant to the President (Media & Publicity), Mallam Garba Shehu said:  “Following the instant judicial affirmation of the constitutionality and legality of the Executive Order 6 (EO6), President Muhammadu Buhari has mandated the Attorney-General of the Federation and the Minister of Justice to implement the Order in full force.

“To this end, a number of enforcement procedures are currently in place by which the Nigeria Immigration Service and other security agencies have placed no fewer than 50 high profile persons directly affected by EO6 on watch-list and restricted them from leaving the country pending the determination of their cases.

“Also, the financial transactions of these persons of interest are being monitored by the relevant agencies to ensure that the assets are not dissipated and such persons do not interfere with, nor howsoever corrupt the investigation and litigation processes.

“It is instructive to note that EO6 was specifically directed to relevant law enforcement agencies to ensure that all assets within a minimum value of N50 million or equivalent, subject to investigation or litigation are protected from dissipation by employing all available lawful means, pending the final determination of any corruption-related matter.

“The Buhari administration reassures all well-meaning and patriotic Nigerians of its commitment to the fight against corruption, in accordance with the 1999 Constitution (as amended) and the general principles of the Rule of Law.

“Accordingly, this administration will uphold the rule of law in all its actions and the right of citizens would be protected as guaranteed by the Constitution.

“We, therefore, enjoin all Nigerians to cooperate with the law enforcement authorities towards ensuring a successful implementation of the Executive Order 6 which is a paradigm-changing policy of the Federal Government in the fight against corruption.”

A top government official, who spoke in confidence to the newspaper, said there is no cause for alarm on E06.

The source said: “The ban is not different from the conditions given by the court in granting these accused persons bail. The E06 is like a codification of steps to prevent those on trial for alleged corrupt practices from tampering with assets.

“Some of these accused persons used to go to court for permission before they can travel out of the country. The E06 is not a new thing but instead of all agencies working at cross-purposes, a list was generated and backed with the Executive Order.

“Some of those on trial, especially the Politically Exposed Persons (PEPs) had been selling their assets. What will they return after being convicted?”

PDP rejects travel ban, says it’s prelude to full-blown fascism

The opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) rejected the travel ban outright, dismissing it as an attempt by the Buhari administration to foist full-blown fascism on the country.

Spokesman for  the PDP, Kola Ologbondiyan, said the travel restriction was illegal, draconian and targeted at members of opposition parties, perceived political enemies of President Muhammadu Buhari, well-meaning Nigerians, including members of the business community, religious leaders, former political leaders and traditional rulers, who are perceived to be averse to the President’s re-election bid.

He said: “We hope this is not a ploy to harm certain eminent Nigerians on the claims of resisting travel restrictions.

“The whole world can now see how fascism is fast taking over our democracy and judicial system and how the Buhari administration, by fiat, has directly ordered that citizens be secretly trailed, their movements and financial transactions restricted by government agencies, without recourse to due process of the law.

“While the PDP notes that the Buhari Presidency has gone into panic mode since the popular emergence of Alhaji Atiku Abubakar as PDP Presidential candidate and the spontaneous jubilation his emergence has evoked across the country, the party maintains that the resort to total clamp down on the opposition and our supporters will be totally unacceptable.

“What this means is that all Nigerians, particularly, opposition members, members of the business community and religious leaders, have become endangered and stand the risk of state violence under the All Progressives Congress (APC) administration.

“The PDP therefore alerts the international community to hold the Buhari Presidency responsible should any harm befall any opposition leader, key members of the business community and religious leaders across the country as we march towards the 2019 general elections.”

The PDP maintained that no amount of intimidation, harassment and foisting of fascism will deter Nigerians from their determination to rally on its platform to oust the APC from power next year.

Fani-Kayode too

One of the affected persons, Femi Fani-Kayode, described the ban as “utterly shameful and condemnable”.

He alleged that the ban was targeted at members of the opposition.

The ex-Minister of Aviation said: “The banning of 50 prominent Nigerians who are all members of the opposition from travelling out of the country by Buhari’s Executive Order and the power to confiscate their assets even though they have not been empowered to do so by a court of law or convicted of any offence is utterly shameful and condemnable.

“It is nothing less than a descent into fascism and a violation of the fundamental human rights and civil liberties of the individuals that have been directly affected and the Nigerian people.

“It is also a usurpation of the role of the Judiciary. Buhari is so desperate to remain in power that he has now resorted to attempting to muscle and intimidate the opposition. He forgets that he is not God and that he will soon leave power.

“I condemn his lawless and desperate ways in the strongest terms. Only dictators behave in this way and Buhari has proved to be the most brutal and callous of them all in the history of our nation. I challenge him to do his worse and enjoy the short time that he has left in office. Sadists never last. Soon it will all be over and he will account for his evil ways and brought to justice.”

List of affected persons

S/N/   CASE NO/CHARGE NUMBER &  COURT OF TRIAL

PARTIES

NPF

1          FHC/ABJ/CR/48/2017                               FRN VS GABRIEL SUSWAM &

2 ORS

2          FHC/ABJ/CR/115/2017                            FRN VS SOLOMON WOMBO &

2 ORS

3          FHC/MKD/CR/72/2017                             FRN VS ORAYEV

AUGUSTINE AVAAN & 8 ORS

4          FCT/ABJ/CR/129/2017                             IGP VS RICHARD GBANDE & 2 ORS

5          FCT/ABJ/CR/128/2017                             IGP VS RICHARD GBANDE & ORS

6          FHC/L/18C/2015                                        IGP VS MOSHOOD JUBRIL

  1. FHC/CA/3C/2018-FHC,

CALABAR                                                    FRN VS PETER AGI & 1 OTHER

8          FHC/L472C/2015                                       IGP VS OWOLABI OLUKUNLE &

11 ORS

9          FHC/L/376C/2015                                      IGP VIS BAKARE JELILI

10       FHC/L/523C/2015                                      IGP VIS ADESA JIMOH & 2 ORS

11       FHC/L317C/2015                                       IGP VS KAYODE MORUF & ORS

12       FHC/L/286C/2015                                      IGP VS JAMIU AJANI & 2 ORS

13       FHC/L144C/2016                                       IGP VS GANIYU SULAIMAN

14       FHC/L/139C/2016                                      IGP VS SHOLOLA OMOLARA &

2 ORS

15       FHC/L/394C/2016                                      FRN VS BILLIAMINU ABDULLAHI &                                                               ORS

16       FHC/L/456C/2016                                      IGP VS TUMBIRI EZEKIEL & 11 ORS

17       FHC/ABJ/CR/117/2017                            FRN VS ILIYA JAMES & ORS

18       FHC/ABJ/CR/89/2017                               FRN VS AYINDE THOMAS

19       FHC/ABJ/CR/182/2017                            FRN VS CHIMA MIKE & ORS

20       FHC/ABJ/CR/94/2017                               FRN VS LUCKY UDOBI & ORS

21       FHC/ABJ/CR/98/2017                               FRN VS ISMAIL OGALA & 2 ORS

22       FHC/ABJ/CR/41/2018                               FRN VS RITA ISAAC & 2 ORS

23       FHC/ABJ/CR/41/2018                               FRN VS ALIYU UMAR & 3 ORS

24       HIGH COURT OF

LAGOS 16 & 24                                         STATE VS CHUKWUDUMEME

ONWUAMADIKE “EVANS & 2 ORS’’

25       CR/265/C/2017                                           HENRY CHIBUEZE

AKA “VAMPIRE” & 5 ORS

26       CR/90/2017                                                 STATE VS HON. NASIRU

UMAR RONI & 5 ORS

27       CMC/TUM/98CR/2017                              STATE VS SHANONO

ALH. AHMED & OTHER

28       I/75C 2016 HIGH

COURT 5, IBADAN                                    C. O. P. VS MUHAMMED

WELI & 1 OTHER

29       I/137C/2017-HIGH

COURT 16 IBADAN                                  C. O. P. VS ABDULLAHI

GARUBA & 3 ORS

30       I/211C/2017-HIGH

COURT 18 IBADAN                                  C. O. P. VS DAHIRU

MOHAMMED

31       I/172C/2017 -HIGH

COURT 17 IBADAN                                 C. O. P. VS JOSEPH

UDOMA & 3 ORS

32       I/184C/2017-HIGH

COURT 19 IBADAN                                 C. O. P. OWOYOMI OKE & 1 OTHER

33       I/49C/2016-HIGH

COURT 5, IBADAN                                    C. O. P. VS KABIRU ALI & 2 ORS

34       I/69C/2016-HIGH

COURT 4, IBADAN                                    C. O. P. VS TUNED IBRAHIM &

2 ORS

35       I/132C/2017 -HIGH

COURT 5, IBADAN                                    C. O. P. VS TUNED IBRAHIM &

3 ORS

36       MOG/03C/2017                                          C. O. P. VS MUTAIRU

MOHAMMED & 2 ORS

37       HOY/11C/2016                                           C. O. P. VS SEGUN OMOLADUN

38       MI/31C/2016                                                C. O. P. VS MUSA SALEH & 4 ORS

39       CR: 32/2016/MOG10C/2016                  STATE VS JAMIL UMAR & 6 ORS

40       CR: 34/2016/MOG12C/2016                  STATE VS SUNDAY EDOREN & 3                                                                 ORS

41       CR: 42/2016/MOG/11C/2016                 STATE VS GOODLUCK OGHENE

& 4 ORS

42       CR: 49/2016/MCI/12C/2016                    STATE VS OYIBO SHELL & 2 ORS

43       STATE VS EFE REUBEN

44       CR: 78/2016/MOG/44C/2016                 STATE VS GODSTIME

EKWEREME & 2 ORS

45       CR: 78/2016/MK/16C/2016                     STATE VS SMART

ONOLOGBE & 1 OTHER

46       CR: 81/2016/CMA/259C/2016               STATE VS REUBENOJOGWU & 2                                                                 ORS

47       MAB/1064C/2017                                      C. O. P. CHINOYEN AGU & ORS

48       KTX/06/2018-HIGH

COURT KATSINA                                      C. O. P. VS IBRAHIM

MU’AZU & 1 OTHER

NAPTIP

49       FHC/L/48C/2018-FEDERAL

HIGH COURT LAGOS JUDICIAL

DIVISION                                                      NIGERIA CUSTOMS SERVICE VS

PROSSY NIGERIA LTD. & 6 ORS

50       FHC/L/185C/2017 -FEDERAL

HIGH COURT LAGOS JUDICIAL          DIVISION FEDERAL

REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA VS

HIZEC MARINE SERVICES LTD &

4 ORS

51       FHC/CA/CS/40/2017CALABAR

JUDICIAL DIVISION                                  MAGGPIY TRADING TFZE VS NIGERIA

CUSTOMS SERVICE BOARD &

2 ORS

ICPC

52       HU/4C/2017- ABIA STATE

HIGH COURT                                              FRN V. DR. PHILIPS NTO & 2 ORS

53       FCT/HC/CR/92/12-

COURT 10, APO  FCT                              FRN V. SUNDAY EHINDERO &

JOHN OBANIYI

54       ID/412C/13-COURT

1, AWKA ANAMBRA STATE                 FRN V. EZEONWUKA INNOCENT

55       KWS/56C/2016-KWARA STATE

HIGH COURT                                              FRN V. DR. SA AD AYINLA

ALANAMU & 2 ORS

56       FHC/ABJ/CR/169/13-FED

HIGH COURT 7, ABUJA                          FRN V. PROF. (SENATOR)

DAVID IORNEM, & 2 ORS.

57       FHC/EN/CR/72/15-FED.

HIGH COURT 2, ENUGU                         FRN V. (1). PROF. E. ONYENEJE (2).

  1. LEONARD UGWU,

(3). ELDER FREDRICK

ONAH, (4). MR. BASIL OFFOR

58       HU/38C/2016                                              FRN V. (1). COSMOS NDUKWE,

(2). CONK PRODUCTION NIG. LTD.

(3). CHIJIOKE OKONKWO

59       HU/90C/2017-HIGH COURT

4, UYO, AKWAIBOM                                FRN VS  EPHRAIM SUNDAY AKPAN

60       PHC/888CR/2013-RIVERS

STATE HIGH COURT

4, SITTING IN

PORTHARCOURT                                    FRN VS. ASO ADASA

MORRISSON AND ORS.

61       FCT/HC/CR/112/1-                                     FRN V. JOE EJE OKHIKU

(FORMER ACTING

DIRECTOR, NEWS AGENCY OF                                                                     NIGERIA)

62       HCL/63C/2017-HIGH COURT

OKENE KOGI STATE                              FRN V. ZACCAEUS ATTE

63       MHC/73/2016- HIGH COURT

MAKURDI, BENUE STATE                     FRN V. DONALD ANAGERIDE &                                                                     ANOR.

64       K/ICPC02/2016                                          FRN V. RABIU T. WADA

65       FHC/ABJ/CR/288/2015-

FEDERAL HIGH COURT

ABUJA                                                          FRN V. YEMI ARIS OLANIRE

66       CR/136/2017- FCT

HIGH COURT                                              FRN V. IBRAHIM HASSAN

67       FHC/A1/59C/2013                                     FRN V. HENRY ALOR AND ANOR

68       FCT/HC/CR/2014                                       FRN V. YUSUF AGABI & 3 ORS.

69       KB/HC/27C/2017                                       FRN V (1) ALH. GARBA KAMBA

(2) MOHAMMED TUNGA

(3) ALH SAIDU DAKINGARI

70       FCT/HC/CR/2003-FCT

HIGH COURT 9                                         FRN V. MOHAMMED  ALI BALOGUN

71       ZMS/GS/53C/2015                                    FRN V. SANI AHMED YERIMA &

3 ORS.

72       HU/36C/2015                                              FRN V. EZE BOB UBIARU

73       CR/78/2014-COURT

4, MAITAMA,FCT                                       FRN V.  VS. AMINU BELLO                                                                                SULEIMAN

74       CR/136/15-FCT HIGH

COURT, MAITAMA, COURT 4               FRN VS. ADEOLU ADEYANJU

75       CR/276/2016-COURT 19, APO             FRN VS. MAJOR SAM

76       HC/11C/2016-HIGH

COURT 2, CALABAR                               FRN VS MICHAEL OKPO & 1 OTHER

77       HC/65C/2016-CROSS

RIVER STATE                                            FRN VS. DR. ITAM ABANG

78       CR/287/2017 &

CR/37/2018-FCT HIGH COURT

NO 16 JABI & FEDERAL HIGH

COURT NO. 10                                           FRN VS. ALIYU SANDA MAIMUNA

79       PLD/J10C/2017-PLATEAU

STATE HIGH COURT 5, JOS                 FRN VS. ISTIFANUS MWANSAT & 7 ORS

80       CR/92/2018-COURT 37, ZUBA              FRN VS. DR. OBARO & 2 ORS

EFCC

81       FHC/ABJ/CR/181/2016                            FRN V AHMADU UMAR (ALIAS RT.

HON. AMADU FINTIRI)

82       FHC/ABJ/CR/148/2016                            FRN V EDIDIONG & ORS

83       FHC/L/280C/16                                           FRN V. AIR MARSHAL AMOSU

NUNAYO & 10 ORS

84       FHC/ABJ/CR/121/2016                            FRN V OLAJIDE OMOKORE & 5 ORS.

85       FHC/L/135C/2017                                      FRN VS. MUHAMMED

DELE BELGOE SAN & ORS

86       LD/2514C/16                                               FRN V. RICKY TARFA (SAN)

87       LD/3671C/2016                                          FRN V HON. JUSTICE RITA NGOZI

OFILI AJUMOGOBIA & ANOR

88       FHC/IB/26C/2017                                       FRN VS OLOYE JUMOKE AKINJIDE & 2 ORS

89       FHC/L/251C/16                                           FRN V NENADI ESTHER USMAN,

FEMI FANI KAYODE & 2 ORS

90       FHC/L/106C/2017                                      FRN V CHRISTIAN NWOSU AND ORS

91       FHC/L/337C/16                                           FRN V WARIP AMOWEI

EMMANUEL DUDAFA & ORS

92       FHC/L/238C/2016                                      FRN V WARIP AMOWEI

EMMANUEL DUDAFA & ANOR.

93       FHC/L/31C/2016                                        FRN V PATRICK AKPOBOLOKEM & 11 ORS

94       FHC/L/553C/2016                                      FRN V PATRICK AKPOBOLOKEM & 11 ORS

95       FHC/511C/2016                                         FRN V PATRICK AKPOBOLOKEM & 6 ORS

96       LD/217C/15                                                 FRN V PATRICK AKPOBOLOKEM,

MAJOR GENERAL EMMANUEL

ATEWE & ORS

97       LD/218C/15                                                 FRN V PATRICK AKPOBOLOKEM & 6 ORS

98       FHC/L/149/16                                              BABA JARUNA JAURO & 2 ORS

99       FHC/L/148C/16                                           FRN V CALISTUS & 3 ORS

100     FHC/GM/33C/2011                                    FRN V ALHAJI DANJUMA GOJE & 4 ORS

101     HOS/34C/2017                                           FRN V PROFESSOR ANTHONY

ELUJOBA, JOSEPHINE ADERONKE AKEREDOLU

102     I/5EFCC/2011                                             FRB V OTUNBA ALAO-AKALA & ORS

103     AK/4C/2017                                                 FRN V ADEBIYI G. DARAMOLA,

EMMANUEL AYODEJI ORESEGUN

104     AB/EFCC/03C/2016                                  FRN V SENATOR ADESEYE OGUNLEWE,

PROF. OLUSOLA OYEOLE, MOSES

OLUSOLA ILESANMI

105     NSHC/EFCC/2C/2017                              FRN V DR. MAUZU BABANGIDA ALIYU ORS

106     FHC/ABJ/CR/71/2017                               FRN V DR MUAZU BABANGIDA & ANOR

107     FHC/ABJ/CR/43/2017                               FRN V ANDREW YAKUBU

108     FHC/ABJ/CR/329/2015                            FRN V SULE LAMIDO & ORS.

109     AB/EFCC/02/11                                          FRN V GBENGA DANIEL

110     SS/33C/2009                                              FRN V ATTAHIRU BAFARAWA & ORS.

111     FHC/ABJ/CR/297/2015                            FRN V STEPHEN ORONSANYE & ORS.

112     FHC/ABJ/CR/82/2013                               FRN V DR. SANI TEIDI SHAIBU & ORS.

113     FHC/09C/2007                                            FRN V CHIMAROKE NNAMANI & ORS.

114     FHC/L/336C/08                                           FRN V RASHEED LADOJA

115     FHC/ABJ/CR/389/2015                            FRN V BELLO ABBA MOHAMMED & ORS

116     FHC/ABJ/CR/46/2016                               FRN V AIR CHIEF MARSHAL ALEX S.

BADEH & IYALIKAM NIGERIA LTD

117     FHC/ABJ/CR/362/2015                            FRN V GABRIEL SUSWAM & ANOR

118     FHC/ABJ/CR/380/2015                            FRN V DR. RAYMOND DOKPESI & ANOR

119     FCT/CR/42/2015                                        FRN V BASHIR YUGUDA & 5 ORS.

120     FCT/CR/43/2015                                        FRN V COL. MOHAMMED

SAMBO DASUKI & 4 ORS.

123     EHC/74C/2017                                           FRN V INNOCENT AZUBIKE UMEZULIKE

124     FHC/ABJ/CR/56/07                                    FRN V ORJI UZOR KALU & ORS.

125     FHC/ABJ/CR/86/07                                    FRN V SAMINU TURAKI & ORS.

126     FCT/CR/64/2012                                        FRN V ESAI DANGABAR & 7 ORS.

127     FHC/LF/CR/34/2011                                  FRN V ALIYU AKWE DOMA & 2 ORS.

128     FHC/ABJ/CR/293/2015                            FRN V MURTALA NYAKO & ORS.

129     FHC/ABJ/CR/05/16                                    FRN V OLISA METUH & ANOR.

130     FCT/HC/20/16                                             FRN V AIR VICE MARSHAL

OLUTAYO OGUNTOYIBO

131     FHC/ABJ/CR/92/2016                               FRN V AIR VICE MARSHAL

MOHAMMED DIKKO UMAR

132     CR/182/2016                                               FRN V AVM. ALKALI MOHAMMED MAMU

133     FHC/ABJ/CR/113/2016                            FRN V ROBERT AZIBOLA & 2 ORS.

134     FCT/CR/177/2017                                      FRN V SENATOR BALA MOHAMMED

135     FHC/ABJ/CR/141/16                                 FRN V EMEKA MBA & ORS

136     KTH/34C/2016                                            FRN V IBRAHIM SHEHU SHEMA & 3 ORS.

137     FHC/ABJ/CR/186/2016                            FRN V AVM MARSHAL

TONY OMENYI AND ANOR

138     FHC/ABJ/CR/42/2016                               FRN V ABBA MORO & ORS

139     FHC/ABJ/CR/224/2016                            FRN V ASHINZE & 8 ORS.

140     CR/210/16                                                    FRN V VICE AD. JIBRIN & 3 ORS.

141     FHC/ABJ/CR/142/16                                 FRN V OLUGBENGA OBADINA AND ANOR.

 

NDLEA

142     FCH/L65/18                                                 FRN V IGAN EGHEOSA

143     FHC/244C/12                                              FRN V. ADEGBOYEGA AYOBAMI ADENIJI

144     FHC/AWK/37C/2015 FHC/

AWKA, ANAMBRA STATE                     FRN V IKEJIAKU SYLVESTER

CHUKWUNWENDU & 3 ORS

145     FHC/EN/CR/53/2015ENUGU,

ENUGU STATE                                          FRN V EDDIE IFEANYICHUKWU

DAYSON & 3 ORS

146     FHC/AK/56C/2015-FHC AKURE,

ONDO STATE                                            FRN V AUGUSTINE FRIDAY

USIFO & ANOR

147     FHC/L/519C/2015-FHC LAGOS            FRN V UBA HARRIS ALAEKWE & 13 ORS

148     FHC/ASB/21C/2016                                  FHC V ANTHONY CHUKWUEMEKA

UMOLU & 8 ORS (INCLUDING

FOUR MEXICANS)

149     FHC/L/232C/2016-FHC, LAGOS           FRN V JOHN VINCENT ARINZE

150     FHC/AK/CS/60C/2017-FHC,

AKURE, ONDO STATE                           EXPARTE APPLICATION

(SUSPECT AT LARGE SINCE JAN. 2016)

151     FHC/AK/34C/2017-FHC, AKURE,

ONDO STATE                                            FRN V ESUABOM JOHNSON &

ERIC AKINYIMIKA

152     FHC/L/311C/2017-FHC, LAGOS           FRN V MUONEKE JOHNPAUL IFEANYI & 3 ORS

153                                                                             FRN V OGBEGBU GOODLUCK & ORS

154     FHC/L/483C/2017-FHC, LAGOS           FRN V EZE REMUGUS

RAPURUCHUKWU & 4 ORS

155                 FCH/L/235C/17                   FRN V ONOWU CHUKWUKA ISAAC

Culled from The Nation