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Perm sec, five others in custody over N32.8b pensions fund

FROM the unfolding scenarios in the Federal Civil Service, the composers of the Nigerian National Anthem might intuitively had police pensioners in mind in the verse: “The labour of our heroes past shall never be in vain…”
But they may not have …

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AccusedFROM the unfolding scenarios in the Federal Civil Service, the composers of the Nigerian National Anthem might intuitively had police pensioners in mind in the verse: “The labour of our heroes past shall never be in vain…”

But they may not have imagined or expected that their compatriots, especially those employed by the state to look into their post-service welfare, could be the same persons the state would prosecute for allegedly cornering their lifetime savings and entitlements.

And yesterday, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) before the court took the first step to ensure that the indicted persons pay for their alleged crimes.

Consequently, six top officials of the Federal Pension Office, who allegedly turned the sweat of the police pensioners into a goldmine while the senior citizens languished in pains, were brought before an Abuja High Court to account for their alleged misdeeds.

The court, which heard how the officials abused their offices, ordered that the Permanent Secretary in the Federal Pension Office, Atiku Abubakar Kigo and five others be kept in prison custody until their bail applications were properly made.

The EFCC had narrated through a 16-count charge how Kigo connived with Mr. Esai Dangabar, Ahmed Inuwa Wada, John Yakubu Yusufu, Sani Habila Zira and Mrs. Veronica Ulonma Onyegbula, to defraud the police pension scheme of N32.8 billion.

The court rejected the efforts of the accused persons to apply orally for bail and instead issued the remand order on them.

Kigo and his co-travellers, according to the EFCC, engaged themselves in criminal activities, bordering on breach of trust and diversion of the N32.8 billion under their care.

The EFCC said the alleged offences are punishable under Section 97 of the Penal Code Act, CAP. 532, Laws of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja, 2007.

The looted fund kept with First Bank of Nigeria Plc were criminally allegedly diverted by the accused persons when the money was under their supervision.

All the accused persons pleaded not guilty to each of the 16 counts but their counsel, Chief Adegboyega Solomon Awomolo (SAN), prayed the court to remand them in the custody of the EFCC because the commission has better facilities than the prisons.

But the court declined their requests even though the EFCC’s counsel, Rotimi Jacobs, did not oppose the move.

The trial judge, Talba Mohammed, ordered that all the accused persons be remanded in Kuje Prison pending the hearing of their bail application fixed for April 3, 2012 and fixed May 28, 2012, for trial.

The EFCC told the court that the accused had between January 2009 and June 2011 at Abuja Division of the High Court agreed to do “an illegal act, to wit: Criminal breach of trust by public officers in respect of the sum of N14.5 billion and that the same act was done in pursuance of the agreement among you, and you thereby committed an offence punishable under Section 97 of the Penal Code Act Cap. 532, Laws of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, Nigeria 2007.”

As public officers in the federation, who were entrusted with certain property, including N8.92 billion, which formed part of Nigeria Police Pension funds in the account domiciled at the First Bank of Nigeria, the EFCC said the accused committed criminal breach of trust in respect of the said property, and thereby committed an offence punishable under Section 315 of the Penal Code Act.

The commission added that between January 2010 and February 2011 in Abuja, the accused as public officers entrusted with N4.739 billion, stole the money, which sum formed part of the Nigerian Police Pension funds in an account domiciled at the First Bank of Nigeria Plc. By their action, the EFCC said the accused committed criminal breach of trust in respect of the said property, an offence punishable under section 315 of the Penal Code Act. Cap. 532, Laws of the FCT, Nigeria 2007.

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“My wife is pregnant, I just wanted to see her” – Man cries uncontrollably after his car was vandalized by hoodlums who attacked #Endsars protesters (Video)

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“My wife is pregnant, I just wanted to see her” – Man cries uncontrollably after his car was vandalized by hoodlums who attacked #Endsars protesters (Video)

A Nigerian man has broken down in tears after his car was vandalized by hoodlums who attacked #endsars protesters in Abuja.

READ: #BBNaija 2018: Lolu suffers uncontrollable Erection while on bed with Anto (Video)

In a video going viral on social media, the heartbroken man was seen crying uncontrollably, while narrating the incident.

He mentioned that his wife is currently pregnant and he was on his way to see her when the hoodlums attacked, smashed and vandalized his car.

READ: Heartbreaking video of Jimoh Isaiq’s father weeping uncontrollably after his son was killed at an #EndSARS protest in Ogbomoso(Opens in a new browser tab)

“I’m so pained mehn! I didn’t deserve this. I didn’t do shit to these guys. Just to find a gridlock here, I’m just going to see my wife. My wife is pregnant, I just wanted to go and see her”, he lamented.

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We can’t Afford to lose the Essence Life’s due to SARS and Police Brutality in Nigerian NO MORE HIDING PLACE for the Nigeria Police & SARS

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Gabaghi Sunday Agbede also known as Donblaqwifi is an Afro-beat/pop upcoming artiste song writer and music producer based in the United start of America.
Donblaqwifi as he’s famously called didn’t just jump into music. Before music, Donblaqwifi graduated with an Accounting degree from Northeastern university in the United state of America.
“I just want to say big thanks to Folarin Falana famously known as “Falz” and Douglas jack Agu famously known as “Runtown” for leading the protest supporting #Endsars and #policeBrutality in Nigeria.
“Also big thanks to every single individual that came out for the protest. Enough is Enough is time for our voices to be heard in Nigeria.
Regardless of whatever that is happening in Nigeria including the Government and president the only people that can make Nigeria a better country is the Youth. The change we are looking is in our hands . It’s time for Nigerian Youths to come together as one and fight for the change.
The only way we can fight bad Government and bad president is peaceful protest. Nigerian is the richest Country in Africa still we are suffering, No electricity, the rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer. Police, SARS are Harassing innocent citizens.
Enough is Enough. We the Nigerian youth need to come together and fight for change.
United we stand”
#EndSARS and #EndPoliceBrutality
IG: iamdonblaqwifi
YouTube:Donblaqwifi

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Minister Of Labour, Festus Keyamo Backs #EndSARSProtest

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My Driver Was Killed During #EndSARS Protest In Abuja: Keyamo
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Minister of State, Labour and Employment, Festus Keyamo has expressed support for the protest against operatives of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) unit of the Nigeria Police Force.

Keyamo said aggrieved Nigerians must be allowed to embark on a peaceful protest over issues they feel aggrieved over.

In a tweet, the minister insisted that peaceful protest was a democratic culture.

Also Read: BREAKING: #EndSARS Protest Turns Violent In Osun

In the last few days, cities across the country have witnessed protests against the illegal activities of the SARS unit which has resulted in harassment, extortion, and maiming of citizens.

Reacting to the ongoing protests, Keyamo wrote on his twitter page:

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Perm sec, five others in custody over N32.8b pensions fund

FROM the unfolding scenarios in the Federal Civil Service, the composers of the Nigerian National Anthem might intuitively had police pensioners in mind in the verse: “The labour of our heroes past shall never be in vain…”
But they may not have …

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AccusedFROM the unfolding scenarios in the Federal Civil Service, the composers of the Nigerian National Anthem might intuitively had police pensioners in mind in the verse: “The labour of our heroes past shall never be in vain…”

But they may not have imagined or expected that their compatriots, especially those employed by the state to look into their post-service welfare, could be the same persons the state would prosecute for allegedly cornering their lifetime savings and entitlements.

And yesterday, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) before the court took the first step to ensure that the indicted persons pay for their alleged crimes.

Consequently, six top officials of the Federal Pension Office, who allegedly turned the sweat of the police pensioners into a goldmine while the senior citizens languished in pains, were brought before an Abuja High Court to account for their alleged misdeeds.

The court, which heard how the officials abused their offices, ordered that the Permanent Secretary in the Federal Pension Office, Atiku Abubakar Kigo and five others be kept in prison custody until their bail applications were properly made.

The EFCC had narrated through a 16-count charge how Kigo connived with Mr. Esai Dangabar, Ahmed Inuwa Wada, John Yakubu Yusufu, Sani Habila Zira and Mrs. Veronica Ulonma Onyegbula, to defraud the police pension scheme of N32.8 billion.

The court rejected the efforts of the accused persons to apply orally for bail and instead issued the remand order on them.

Kigo and his co-travellers, according to the EFCC, engaged themselves in criminal activities, bordering on breach of trust and diversion of the N32.8 billion under their care.

The EFCC said the alleged offences are punishable under Section 97 of the Penal Code Act, CAP. 532, Laws of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja, 2007.

The looted fund kept with First Bank of Nigeria Plc were criminally allegedly diverted by the accused persons when the money was under their supervision.

All the accused persons pleaded not guilty to each of the 16 counts but their counsel, Chief Adegboyega Solomon Awomolo (SAN), prayed the court to remand them in the custody of the EFCC because the commission has better facilities than the prisons.

But the court declined their requests even though the EFCC’s counsel, Rotimi Jacobs, did not oppose the move.

The trial judge, Talba Mohammed, ordered that all the accused persons be remanded in Kuje Prison pending the hearing of their bail application fixed for April 3, 2012 and fixed May 28, 2012, for trial.

The EFCC told the court that the accused had between January 2009 and June 2011 at Abuja Division of the High Court agreed to do “an illegal act, to wit: Criminal breach of trust by public officers in respect of the sum of N14.5 billion and that the same act was done in pursuance of the agreement among you, and you thereby committed an offence punishable under Section 97 of the Penal Code Act Cap. 532, Laws of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, Nigeria 2007.”

As public officers in the federation, who were entrusted with certain property, including N8.92 billion, which formed part of Nigeria Police Pension funds in the account domiciled at the First Bank of Nigeria, the EFCC said the accused committed criminal breach of trust in respect of the said property, and thereby committed an offence punishable under Section 315 of the Penal Code Act.

The commission added that between January 2010 and February 2011 in Abuja, the accused as public officers entrusted with N4.739 billion, stole the money, which sum formed part of the Nigerian Police Pension funds in an account domiciled at the First Bank of Nigeria Plc. By their action, the EFCC said the accused committed criminal breach of trust in respect of the said property, an offence punishable under section 315 of the Penal Code Act. Cap. 532, Laws of the FCT, Nigeria 2007.

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“My wife is pregnant, I just wanted to see her” – Man cries uncontrollably after his car was vandalized by hoodlums who attacked #Endsars protesters (Video)

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“My wife is pregnant, I just wanted to see her” – Man cries uncontrollably after his car was vandalized by hoodlums who attacked #Endsars protesters (Video)

A Nigerian man has broken down in tears after his car was vandalized by hoodlums who attacked #endsars protesters in Abuja.

READ: #BBNaija 2018: Lolu suffers uncontrollable Erection while on bed with Anto (Video)

In a video going viral on social media, the heartbroken man was seen crying uncontrollably, while narrating the incident.

He mentioned that his wife is currently pregnant and he was on his way to see her when the hoodlums attacked, smashed and vandalized his car.

READ: Heartbreaking video of Jimoh Isaiq’s father weeping uncontrollably after his son was killed at an #EndSARS protest in Ogbomoso(Opens in a new browser tab)

“I’m so pained mehn! I didn’t deserve this. I didn’t do shit to these guys. Just to find a gridlock here, I’m just going to see my wife. My wife is pregnant, I just wanted to go and see her”, he lamented.

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We can’t Afford to lose the Essence Life’s due to SARS and Police Brutality in Nigerian NO MORE HIDING PLACE for the Nigeria Police & SARS

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Gabaghi Sunday Agbede also known as Donblaqwifi is an Afro-beat/pop upcoming artiste song writer and music producer based in the United start of America.
Donblaqwifi as he’s famously called didn’t just jump into music. Before music, Donblaqwifi graduated with an Accounting degree from Northeastern university in the United state of America.
“I just want to say big thanks to Folarin Falana famously known as “Falz” and Douglas jack Agu famously known as “Runtown” for leading the protest supporting #Endsars and #policeBrutality in Nigeria.
“Also big thanks to every single individual that came out for the protest. Enough is Enough is time for our voices to be heard in Nigeria.
Regardless of whatever that is happening in Nigeria including the Government and president the only people that can make Nigeria a better country is the Youth. The change we are looking is in our hands . It’s time for Nigerian Youths to come together as one and fight for the change.
The only way we can fight bad Government and bad president is peaceful protest. Nigerian is the richest Country in Africa still we are suffering, No electricity, the rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer. Police, SARS are Harassing innocent citizens.
Enough is Enough. We the Nigerian youth need to come together and fight for change.
United we stand”
#EndSARS and #EndPoliceBrutality
IG: iamdonblaqwifi
YouTube:Donblaqwifi

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Minister Of Labour, Festus Keyamo Backs #EndSARSProtest

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My Driver Was Killed During #EndSARS Protest In Abuja: Keyamo

Festus Keyamo

Festus Keyamo

Minister of State, Labour and Employment, Festus Keyamo has expressed support for the protest against operatives of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) unit of the Nigeria Police Force.

Keyamo said aggrieved Nigerians must be allowed to embark on a peaceful protest over issues they feel aggrieved over.

In a tweet, the minister insisted that peaceful protest was a democratic culture.

Also Read: BREAKING: #EndSARS Protest Turns Violent In Osun

In the last few days, cities across the country have witnessed protests against the illegal activities of the SARS unit which has resulted in harassment, extortion, and maiming of citizens.

Reacting to the ongoing protests, Keyamo wrote on his twitter page:

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Perm sec, five others in custody over N32.8b pensions fund

FROM the unfolding scenarios in the Federal Civil Service, the composers of the Nigerian National Anthem might intuitively had police pensioners in mind in the verse: “The labour of our heroes past shall never be in vain…”
But they may not have …

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on

AccusedFROM the unfolding scenarios in the Federal Civil Service, the composers of the Nigerian National Anthem might intuitively had police pensioners in mind in the verse: “The labour of our heroes past shall never be in vain…”

But they may not have imagined or expected that their compatriots, especially those employed by the state to look into their post-service welfare, could be the same persons the state would prosecute for allegedly cornering their lifetime savings and entitlements.

And yesterday, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) before the court took the first step to ensure that the indicted persons pay for their alleged crimes.

Consequently, six top officials of the Federal Pension Office, who allegedly turned the sweat of the police pensioners into a goldmine while the senior citizens languished in pains, were brought before an Abuja High Court to account for their alleged misdeeds.

The court, which heard how the officials abused their offices, ordered that the Permanent Secretary in the Federal Pension Office, Atiku Abubakar Kigo and five others be kept in prison custody until their bail applications were properly made.

The EFCC had narrated through a 16-count charge how Kigo connived with Mr. Esai Dangabar, Ahmed Inuwa Wada, John Yakubu Yusufu, Sani Habila Zira and Mrs. Veronica Ulonma Onyegbula, to defraud the police pension scheme of N32.8 billion.

The court rejected the efforts of the accused persons to apply orally for bail and instead issued the remand order on them.

Kigo and his co-travellers, according to the EFCC, engaged themselves in criminal activities, bordering on breach of trust and diversion of the N32.8 billion under their care.

The EFCC said the alleged offences are punishable under Section 97 of the Penal Code Act, CAP. 532, Laws of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja, 2007.

The looted fund kept with First Bank of Nigeria Plc were criminally allegedly diverted by the accused persons when the money was under their supervision.

All the accused persons pleaded not guilty to each of the 16 counts but their counsel, Chief Adegboyega Solomon Awomolo (SAN), prayed the court to remand them in the custody of the EFCC because the commission has better facilities than the prisons.

But the court declined their requests even though the EFCC’s counsel, Rotimi Jacobs, did not oppose the move.

The trial judge, Talba Mohammed, ordered that all the accused persons be remanded in Kuje Prison pending the hearing of their bail application fixed for April 3, 2012 and fixed May 28, 2012, for trial.

The EFCC told the court that the accused had between January 2009 and June 2011 at Abuja Division of the High Court agreed to do “an illegal act, to wit: Criminal breach of trust by public officers in respect of the sum of N14.5 billion and that the same act was done in pursuance of the agreement among you, and you thereby committed an offence punishable under Section 97 of the Penal Code Act Cap. 532, Laws of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, Nigeria 2007.”

As public officers in the federation, who were entrusted with certain property, including N8.92 billion, which formed part of Nigeria Police Pension funds in the account domiciled at the First Bank of Nigeria, the EFCC said the accused committed criminal breach of trust in respect of the said property, and thereby committed an offence punishable under Section 315 of the Penal Code Act.

The commission added that between January 2010 and February 2011 in Abuja, the accused as public officers entrusted with N4.739 billion, stole the money, which sum formed part of the Nigerian Police Pension funds in an account domiciled at the First Bank of Nigeria Plc. By their action, the EFCC said the accused committed criminal breach of trust in respect of the said property, an offence punishable under section 315 of the Penal Code Act. Cap. 532, Laws of the FCT, Nigeria 2007.

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“My wife is pregnant, I just wanted to see her” – Man cries uncontrollably after his car was vandalized by hoodlums who attacked #Endsars protesters (Video)

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“My wife is pregnant, I just wanted to see her” – Man cries uncontrollably after his car was vandalized by hoodlums who attacked #Endsars protesters (Video)

A Nigerian man has broken down in tears after his car was vandalized by hoodlums who attacked #endsars protesters in Abuja.

READ: #BBNaija 2018: Lolu suffers uncontrollable Erection while on bed with Anto (Video)

In a video going viral on social media, the heartbroken man was seen crying uncontrollably, while narrating the incident.

He mentioned that his wife is currently pregnant and he was on his way to see her when the hoodlums attacked, smashed and vandalized his car.

READ: Heartbreaking video of Jimoh Isaiq’s father weeping uncontrollably after his son was killed at an #EndSARS protest in Ogbomoso(Opens in a new browser tab)

“I’m so pained mehn! I didn’t deserve this. I didn’t do shit to these guys. Just to find a gridlock here, I’m just going to see my wife. My wife is pregnant, I just wanted to go and see her”, he lamented.

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We can’t Afford to lose the Essence Life’s due to SARS and Police Brutality in Nigerian NO MORE HIDING PLACE for the Nigeria Police & SARS

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Gabaghi Sunday Agbede also known as Donblaqwifi is an Afro-beat/pop upcoming artiste song writer and music producer based in the United start of America.
Donblaqwifi as he’s famously called didn’t just jump into music. Before music, Donblaqwifi graduated with an Accounting degree from Northeastern university in the United state of America.
“I just want to say big thanks to Folarin Falana famously known as “Falz” and Douglas jack Agu famously known as “Runtown” for leading the protest supporting #Endsars and #policeBrutality in Nigeria.
“Also big thanks to every single individual that came out for the protest. Enough is Enough is time for our voices to be heard in Nigeria.
Regardless of whatever that is happening in Nigeria including the Government and president the only people that can make Nigeria a better country is the Youth. The change we are looking is in our hands . It’s time for Nigerian Youths to come together as one and fight for the change.
The only way we can fight bad Government and bad president is peaceful protest. Nigerian is the richest Country in Africa still we are suffering, No electricity, the rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer. Police, SARS are Harassing innocent citizens.
Enough is Enough. We the Nigerian youth need to come together and fight for change.
United we stand”
#EndSARS and #EndPoliceBrutality
IG: iamdonblaqwifi
YouTube:Donblaqwifi

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Minister Of Labour, Festus Keyamo Backs #EndSARSProtest

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My Driver Was Killed During #EndSARS Protest In Abuja: Keyamo

Festus Keyamo

Festus Keyamo

Minister of State, Labour and Employment, Festus Keyamo has expressed support for the protest against operatives of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) unit of the Nigeria Police Force.

Keyamo said aggrieved Nigerians must be allowed to embark on a peaceful protest over issues they feel aggrieved over.

In a tweet, the minister insisted that peaceful protest was a democratic culture.

Also Read: BREAKING: #EndSARS Protest Turns Violent In Osun

In the last few days, cities across the country have witnessed protests against the illegal activities of the SARS unit which has resulted in harassment, extortion, and maiming of citizens.

Reacting to the ongoing protests, Keyamo wrote on his twitter page:

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Perm sec, five others in custody over N32.8b pensions fund

FROM the unfolding scenarios in the Federal Civil Service, the composers of the Nigerian National Anthem might intuitively had police pensioners in mind in the verse: “The labour of our heroes past shall never be in vain…”
But they may not have …

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AccusedFROM the unfolding scenarios in the Federal Civil Service, the composers of the Nigerian National Anthem might intuitively had police pensioners in mind in the verse: “The labour of our heroes past shall never be in vain…”

But they may not have imagined or expected that their compatriots, especially those employed by the state to look into their post-service welfare, could be the same persons the state would prosecute for allegedly cornering their lifetime savings and entitlements.

And yesterday, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) before the court took the first step to ensure that the indicted persons pay for their alleged crimes.

Consequently, six top officials of the Federal Pension Office, who allegedly turned the sweat of the police pensioners into a goldmine while the senior citizens languished in pains, were brought before an Abuja High Court to account for their alleged misdeeds.

The court, which heard how the officials abused their offices, ordered that the Permanent Secretary in the Federal Pension Office, Atiku Abubakar Kigo and five others be kept in prison custody until their bail applications were properly made.

The EFCC had narrated through a 16-count charge how Kigo connived with Mr. Esai Dangabar, Ahmed Inuwa Wada, John Yakubu Yusufu, Sani Habila Zira and Mrs. Veronica Ulonma Onyegbula, to defraud the police pension scheme of N32.8 billion.

The court rejected the efforts of the accused persons to apply orally for bail and instead issued the remand order on them.

Kigo and his co-travellers, according to the EFCC, engaged themselves in criminal activities, bordering on breach of trust and diversion of the N32.8 billion under their care.

The EFCC said the alleged offences are punishable under Section 97 of the Penal Code Act, CAP. 532, Laws of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja, 2007.

The looted fund kept with First Bank of Nigeria Plc were criminally allegedly diverted by the accused persons when the money was under their supervision.

All the accused persons pleaded not guilty to each of the 16 counts but their counsel, Chief Adegboyega Solomon Awomolo (SAN), prayed the court to remand them in the custody of the EFCC because the commission has better facilities than the prisons.

But the court declined their requests even though the EFCC’s counsel, Rotimi Jacobs, did not oppose the move.

The trial judge, Talba Mohammed, ordered that all the accused persons be remanded in Kuje Prison pending the hearing of their bail application fixed for April 3, 2012 and fixed May 28, 2012, for trial.

The EFCC told the court that the accused had between January 2009 and June 2011 at Abuja Division of the High Court agreed to do “an illegal act, to wit: Criminal breach of trust by public officers in respect of the sum of N14.5 billion and that the same act was done in pursuance of the agreement among you, and you thereby committed an offence punishable under Section 97 of the Penal Code Act Cap. 532, Laws of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, Nigeria 2007.”

As public officers in the federation, who were entrusted with certain property, including N8.92 billion, which formed part of Nigeria Police Pension funds in the account domiciled at the First Bank of Nigeria, the EFCC said the accused committed criminal breach of trust in respect of the said property, and thereby committed an offence punishable under Section 315 of the Penal Code Act.

The commission added that between January 2010 and February 2011 in Abuja, the accused as public officers entrusted with N4.739 billion, stole the money, which sum formed part of the Nigerian Police Pension funds in an account domiciled at the First Bank of Nigeria Plc. By their action, the EFCC said the accused committed criminal breach of trust in respect of the said property, an offence punishable under section 315 of the Penal Code Act. Cap. 532, Laws of the FCT, Nigeria 2007.

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“My wife is pregnant, I just wanted to see her” – Man cries uncontrollably after his car was vandalized by hoodlums who attacked #Endsars protesters (Video)

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“My wife is pregnant, I just wanted to see her” – Man cries uncontrollably after his car was vandalized by hoodlums who attacked #Endsars protesters (Video)

A Nigerian man has broken down in tears after his car was vandalized by hoodlums who attacked #endsars protesters in Abuja.

READ: #BBNaija 2018: Lolu suffers uncontrollable Erection while on bed with Anto (Video)

In a video going viral on social media, the heartbroken man was seen crying uncontrollably, while narrating the incident.

He mentioned that his wife is currently pregnant and he was on his way to see her when the hoodlums attacked, smashed and vandalized his car.

READ: Heartbreaking video of Jimoh Isaiq’s father weeping uncontrollably after his son was killed at an #EndSARS protest in Ogbomoso(Opens in a new browser tab)

“I’m so pained mehn! I didn’t deserve this. I didn’t do shit to these guys. Just to find a gridlock here, I’m just going to see my wife. My wife is pregnant, I just wanted to go and see her”, he lamented.

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We can’t Afford to lose the Essence Life’s due to SARS and Police Brutality in Nigerian NO MORE HIDING PLACE for the Nigeria Police & SARS

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Gabaghi Sunday Agbede also known as Donblaqwifi is an Afro-beat/pop upcoming artiste song writer and music producer based in the United start of America.
Donblaqwifi as he’s famously called didn’t just jump into music. Before music, Donblaqwifi graduated with an Accounting degree from Northeastern university in the United state of America.
“I just want to say big thanks to Folarin Falana famously known as “Falz” and Douglas jack Agu famously known as “Runtown” for leading the protest supporting #Endsars and #policeBrutality in Nigeria.
“Also big thanks to every single individual that came out for the protest. Enough is Enough is time for our voices to be heard in Nigeria.
Regardless of whatever that is happening in Nigeria including the Government and president the only people that can make Nigeria a better country is the Youth. The change we are looking is in our hands . It’s time for Nigerian Youths to come together as one and fight for the change.
The only way we can fight bad Government and bad president is peaceful protest. Nigerian is the richest Country in Africa still we are suffering, No electricity, the rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer. Police, SARS are Harassing innocent citizens.
Enough is Enough. We the Nigerian youth need to come together and fight for change.
United we stand”
#EndSARS and #EndPoliceBrutality
IG: iamdonblaqwifi
YouTube:Donblaqwifi

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Minister Of Labour, Festus Keyamo Backs #EndSARSProtest

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My Driver Was Killed During #EndSARS Protest In Abuja: Keyamo

Festus Keyamo

Festus Keyamo

Minister of State, Labour and Employment, Festus Keyamo has expressed support for the protest against operatives of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) unit of the Nigeria Police Force.

Keyamo said aggrieved Nigerians must be allowed to embark on a peaceful protest over issues they feel aggrieved over.

In a tweet, the minister insisted that peaceful protest was a democratic culture.

Also Read: BREAKING: #EndSARS Protest Turns Violent In Osun

In the last few days, cities across the country have witnessed protests against the illegal activities of the SARS unit which has resulted in harassment, extortion, and maiming of citizens.

Reacting to the ongoing protests, Keyamo wrote on his twitter page:

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