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Davido, chioma, son flies to Dubai for brother’s wedding ..

Singer and proud father, Davido has been spotted in a private jet, with Chioma and their son as they head to Dubai for his Brother’s wedding.

Davido and his family are heading to Dubai for his brother’s wedding scheduled for February 2nd. Chioma was seen carrying Ifeanyi as they both looked away from the camera.

Sharing a photo, he wrote:

“Dubai ✈️✈️✈️ #Adekani”


Eniola Badmus: I pray Nigeria can be like Dubai

Nollywood actress, Eniola Badmus says she pray Nigeria become as fine as Dubai.

Speaking via her official Instagram page on Friday, 24th January, Badmus further gushed about the middle East country by exclaiming; ‘Dubai is fine shaaa.’

The screen diva and friend, Funke Akindele have been holidaying in Dubai in the last few weeks.

This is coming few weeks after they both amended their differences.

Nollywood actress, Eniola Badmus

She wrote:

Dubai is fine shaaaaa……..I pray my country can be like Dubai


Y’all really MVPS either I fuck with you or not – Hushpuppi

Dubai based Nigerian big boy, Ray Hushpuppi who is known for flaunting designer outfits on social media, has taken a swipe at Nigerian rappers.

Hushpuppi took to his social media page praise guys residing in Dubai, appreciating them for their lifestyle while shading Nigerian rappers.

In his post, Hushpuppi gave kudos to the guys in Dubai, saying they are living better than many Nigerian rappers.

In his words;

“For real, shout out to the boyss in Dubai doing it big, Niggas out here living better than your favorite rappers. Trust me big UPS to everyone of y’all either I fuck with you or not. Y’all really MVPS.


After N100m bail, Mompha’s trial set to resume in High court

A Federal High Court in Lagos will resume the trial of Ismaila Mustapha a.k.a Mompha on the 15th of January, 2020 over alleged N33billion fraud.

Mompha was arrested by EFCC operatives at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport Abuja on October 19th and was arraigned before the court on November 25th on a 14 count charge bordering on Money Laundering and suspected internet fraud.

He was arraigned alongside his company, Ismalob Global Investment.

The EFCC alleged that Mompha used Ismalob Global Investment, owned by him, to retain the aggregate sum of N18.05billion between 2015 and 2019. He was also alleged to have aided his company to retain N14.9 billion between 2015 and 2017, while not complying with the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and Federal Ministry of Trades and Investment financial transactions requirement.

The EFCC also accused Mompha and his firm of unlawfully negotiating a Foreign Exchange transaction with a total sum of N630, 125, 900 million, for some individuals. According to the EFCC, the offences contravened Sections 18(c) and 15(2)(d) of the Money Laundering Prohibition Act, 2011 and punishable under Section 15 (3) of the same Act.

Mompha was, however, granted bail by the court on November 29th, 2019 and after fulfilling his bail condition, he was released on December 9th, 2019.


Hushpuppi shows off his N90m Richard Mille wrist watch

…says E pain them

Dubai-based Nigerian man, Hushpuppi took to Instagram to show off his $250k (N90m) Richard Mille wrist watch.

According to Hushpuppi, the N90m Richard Mille wrist watch is a New Year gift to himself. He wrote;

Quarter a million dollar watch as New Years gift to thy self. #RichardMille #RM1103 #EpainThem

Hushpuppi shows off his N90m ($250k) Richard Mille wrist watch

Hushpuppi shows off his N90m ($250k) Richard Mille wrist watch


Court permits EFCC to detain former AGF, Bello Adoke.

…necessary and granted as prayed

Justice A. O. Musa of Federal Capital Territory High Court, Abuja, on Thursday, January 2nd granted the application of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to keep the former attorney general and minister of Justice, Mohammed Bello Adoke in its custody for additional 14 days preparatory to his arraignment.

In granting the application, the judge stated that “the extension of the remand of the respondent for another 14 days for the purpose of his arraignment in court is necessary and granted as prayed.”

The Commission took custody of Adoke on December 19, 2019, upon his arrival from Dubai, United Arab Emirates.


DSS behind my attack – Deji Adeyanju tweets from Dubai

Human rights activist, Deji Adeyanju who is currently recuperating in a Dubai hospital has claimed that the leadership of the SSS is behind the attack that got him hospitalised.

According to him, the SSS contracted a Kano based tout to carry out the attack on him during a “Free Sowore” protest in Abuja on December 23rd.

The SSS is behind my attack - Deji Adeyanju Tweets


Deji Adeyanju shares recovery photo from Dubai. #Aluta_Continua.

…first time I’m getting up

Human rights activist Deji Adeyanju has returned to social media five days after he was attacked and suffered injuries after allegedly being beaten by hoodlums during a Rally in front of the National Human Rights Commission.

From a Dubai hospital where he’s being treated, Adeyanju wrote, ‘first time I’m getting up since I got to the hospital. Thank you to our leader in the struggle Dr Joe Odumakin for this inspirational visit & prayers. I feel blessed. Many are the afflictions of the righteous: but the LORD delivereth him out of them all. ALUTA CONTINUA’.

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Reno Omokri Shares Photos Of Deji Adeyanju In Dubai Hospital.

Reno Omokri has shared photos of Deji Adeyanju being treated in a Dubai-based hospital.

Adeyanju suffered injuries after allegedly being beaten by hoodlums during a #FreedomRally in front of the National Human Rights Commission on Monday December 23rd.

”Happening Now: Former APC spokesman, Timi Frank, visiting Deji Adeyanju at the hospital where he is on admission in Dubai. This is not time for much talk. The situation is just sad. Very sad. Deji, you are the great Nigerian hero!?” Reno wrote

Reno Omokri shares photos of activist, Deji Adeyanju, being treated in a Dubai-based hospital

Reno Omokri shares photos of activist, Deji Adeyanju, being treated in a Dubai-based hospital

Deji Adeyanju’s Ailment Gone Worse, Undergoes Brain & Heart Scan In Dubai.

…rushed to emergency ward

Rights activist, Deji Adeyanju, has undergone both brain and heart scan to ascertain the level of complications and internal injuries he sustained during an attack on him by hired government thugs in Abuja on Monday.

Adeyanju was flown to Dubai, United Arab Emirate, on Tuesday for further medical treatment following the deterioration of his health.

SaharaReporters gathered that the result of the Computed Tomography scan conducted shows that the activist has issues with his heart.

Adeyanju has been placed in an emergency ward while doctors battle to save his life.

Hired government thugs on Monday in Abuja pounced on Adeyanju and other rights activist during a protest tagged #FreedomRally at the National Human Rights Commission Commission to demand for the respect of citizens rights by the Nigerian Government.

In a video of the incident, the hired thugs were seen beating Adeyanju with sticks and all sorts of dangerous weapons as the activist struggled to escape from the scene.


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EFCC bugle Former AGF, Adoke on his arrival from Dubai.

Former Attorney General of the federation and Minister of Justice, Mohammed Adoke, has arrived Nigeria from Dubai.

The ex-AGF left Dubai following pressure from EFCC boss Ibrahim Magu who reportedly held series of meeting with Dubai authorities in respect of the former Attorney General. He was accompanied by INTERPOL officers on Emirates Airlines Flight 785.

The aircraft departed the Emirati commercial capital at about 11am Dubai time (8am Nigerian time) and touched down at the Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport, Abuja at 3:45pm. Officers of the EFCC were on ground at the airport when he arrived to intercept him.


Former AGF, Adoke (SAN) arrives Nigeria today.

…after regaining freedom from dubai

Former Minister of Justice and Attorney-General of the Federation (AGF), Mohammed Bello Adoke, SAN, has finally been released from the custody of Interpol, following his arrest and detention in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Adoke, who was arrested by Interpol on November 11 in Dubai, when he entered the country for medical reasons, had been in the custody of Interpol for a period of one month and a week.

Interpol had predicated their action on an international bench warrant for Adoke’s arrest issued on April 17, 2019 by Justice Danlami Senchi of the High Court of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

Adoke had however insisted his arrest in Dubai was illegal since the purported bench warrant had been vacated by the same court.

Having found no reason to continue to keep him, Interpol and UAE authorities were compelled to release Adoke.

Confirming Adoke’s release, his counsel, Chief Mike Ozekhome, SAN, said he was already airborne on his way to Nigeria.

According to Ozekhome, the former AGF opted to come back to Nigeria.

“He has been released and he is airborne to Nigeria. He has been released because nothing was found against him, nothing incriminating was found. So the UAE authorities and Interpol were forced to release him.

“He opted to come to Nigeria, he could have gone to any other country of his choice. But he is on his way to Nigeria and he will arrive this afternoon,” Ozekhome said.

Adoke fled the country in 2015 to Netherlands following the declaration of President Muhammadu Buhari as winner of the 2015 presidential election, and had since refused to come back home in spite of several criminal charges filed against him by the Federal Government.

The former Minister, who was indicted for fraud to the tune of $1.2 billion in regards to the Oil Prospecting Licence (OPL) 245 – the Malabu Oil scandal – was in November arrested by Interpol operatives in Dubai where he had gone to seek medical treatment.

But his lawyer, Ozekhome, claimed that Adoke was unlawfully arrested by Interpol because the warrant of arrest earlier issued against him by Justice Danlami Zenchi of the Federal Capital Territory High Court has been vacated by the same judge on October 25 this year.

“I can confirm to you authoritatively that Adoke has been released from the custody of the Interpol and will arrive Nigeria in any moment.

“He was let off the hook because nothing incriminating was found on him and he has on his own volition opted to come back to Nigeria.

“Adoke is not extradited by the Nigerian government because there is no reason for that. He is coming back to Nigeria to clear his name from the alleged Malabu oil scandal.

“He is innocent of the allegations against him, Adoke has not done anything wrong. He is already airborne and will land in Nigeria this afternoon, today, Thursday.”

Ozekhome had last month at the Abuja High Court during the hearing of a suit he filed against the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on November 6 said that the detention of his client is unjustifiable.

Adoke had in the suit prayed the court to strike out his name from earlier charges filed against the Shell Production Limited and nine others by the EFCC.

The anti-corruption commission had in 2017 filed charges against Adoke and the others, in a case marked FCT/HC/CR/124/17, bordering on fraudulent allocation of the Oil Prospecting Licence 245 and other forms of offences involving the sum of about $1.2B forgery of bank documents, bribery and corruption.

The alleged $1.2 billion scam involved the transfer of the OPL 245 purportedly from Malabu Oil and Gas Limited to Shell Nigeria Exploration Production Co. Limited and Nigeria Agip Exploration Limited.

Justice Danladi Senchi, sitting at Jabi, Abuja, had on April 17 issued a bench warrant for the arrest of Adoke and other defendants in the case.

The judge, however, vacated the arrest warrant on October 25 following an application made by Ozekhome before the court to that effect.

Ozekhome had informed the court that the former AGF had filed an application seeking the removal of his name from the charge sheet.

According to him, the application was filed on November 5 but was served on the prosecution by the court bailiff on November 27.

According to Ozekhome: “When Adoke’s warrant of arrest was vacated on October 25, he felt he should go for medical checkup in Dubai. He was arrested there based on the earlier court warrant of arrest.”

The senior advocate informed the court that Adoke protested his arrest by the Interpol, which he said was against Chapter 3 of the Interpol Article since the said warrant had been vacated by the court which initially issued it.

He added that all decent steps to ensure that the former AGF is released by the Interpol had been taken, including writing EFCC, the Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, SAN, the UAE authorities and Interpol, which had not yielded any result.

Ozekhome declared that, “it is the duty of the AGF to ensure that the rights of every Nigerian citizen are protected.”

The former Minister hinged the prayer, among others, on the fact that he had secured a judgment of the Federal High Court in Abuja, against the Attorney-General of the Federation, representing the Federal Republic of Nigeria, in which he was completely exculpated with respect to the facts and circumstances relating to the Malabu Oil scam.

Ozekhome argued that, having been exonerated in the Malabu Oil scandal by Justice Binta Nyako of the Abuja Division of the Federal High Court, the inclusion of Adoke’s name as a defendant in the criminal case was erroneous.

According to the senior advocate, EFCC concealed the April 13, 2018 judgment by Justice Nyako in which the court held that Adoke could not be held liable for any infraction in the whole Malabu Oil saga for carrying out a presidential directive from the FCT High Court.

This, he noted, was “a gross misstatements, misrepresentation, concealment and suppression of material facts” by the EFCC.