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How Uche Ogah was Arrested by EFCC Yesterday (DETAILS)

by Breaking Timeson October 11, 2016
Operatives of the Econom­ic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on Monday morning picked up the President of Masters Energy Oil and Gas Limited, Mr. Uche Ogah, at the premises of a Lagos State Magistrates’ Court in Tinu­bu, Lagos Island. Ogah was arrested when he stepped out of the courtroom after the forgery charges filed against […]

IKPEAZU vs OGAH | High Court Validates Uche Ogah’s Certificate of Return

by Breaking Timeson July 9, 2016
A Federal High Court in Abuja affirmed in two separately rulings on Friday that the certificate of return issued to Uche Ogah by the Independent National Electoral Commission, paving the way for him to be sworn in as Governor of Abia State, was valid. Justice Okon Abang ruled that the two separate judgments delivered on […]

Court Extends Order Restraining Chief Judge, Others from Swearing in Uche Ogah

by Breaking Timeson July 8, 2016
Abia State High Court in Osisioma has granted a motion filed by Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia State for extension of Order restraining the Chief Judge of Abia State, the President Abia State Customary Court of Appeal and any other judicial officer from swearing in Mr. Uche Ogah, as governor of the state. The order […]

Ikpeazu vs. Ogah: Ex-Lawmakers condemn looming anarchy in Abia

by Breaking Timeson July 3, 2016
Nigerian Ex-Legislators Forum (NELF) has condemned what it described as the growing spate of anarchy, lawlessness and anti-democratic posture being promoted by the embattled Governor of Abia State, Okezie Ikpeazu who was recently removed by the court in Abuja. Audu Kuta, a member of the House of Representatives from Niger State in the second republic […]

FLASH| High Court Stops Abia Chief Judge, Others from Swearing-in Uche Ogah

by Breaking Timeson June 30, 2016
A High Court of Abia State has stopped the chief judge of Abia State, president of the Customary Court of Appeal and any other judicial officer, from swearing-in Mr. Uche Ogah as governor. The order made on Thursday, June 30, 2016 in court by Justice Ahuchaogu reads: “Upon this motion ex-parte pursuant to section 143 […]