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Law Reporters Top 10 Headlines Thursday, Oct 29th, 2020

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Court temporarily halts re-trial of Orji Uzor Kalu over alleged N17.1bn fraud

A Federal High Court in Abuja has ordered the re-arraignment of former Abia State Governor, Orji Uzor Kalu in an alleged N7.1bn money-laundering charges...

Ayade swears in Justice Akon Ikpeme as Cross River Chief Judge

Twice rejected by the State House of Assembly for being a security threat Justice Akon Bassey Ikpeme was on Monday sworn-in by Cross River...

Court orders forfeiture of Yari’s N284m to FG

A Federal High Court in Abuja on Tuesday ordered a final forfeiture of about N284, 306, 294.04 linked to a former governor of Zamfara,...

Court reverses dismissal of 3 police officers, orders recall

Justice Elizabeth Oji of the Lagos Judicial division of the National Industrial Court has nullified the purported dismissal of Mufutau Olaosun, Temitope Adebayo, and...

Welcome to Law Reporters roundup of the top 10 headlines for today Thursday, October 29th, 2020

1. Alleged Homosexuality: Court strikes out charge against 47 persons
The Federal High Court in Lagos on Tuesday struck out the charge of alleged homosexuality filed by the police last November against 47 persons.

Alleged Homosexuality: Court strikes out charge against 47 persons

2. Court restrains Gwadabe from parading self as Bauchi PRP chairman

Court restrains Gwadabe from parading self as Bauchi PRP chairman

3. Alleged Money Laundering: Court adjourns ex-NIMASA’s DG’s trial

Alleged Money Laundering: Court adjourns ex-NIMASA’s DG’s trial

4. Man bags six months jail term for burglary, stealing

Man bags six months jail term for burglary, stealing

5. Court refuses to order Diezani’s arrest, seeks AGF’s expatriation evidence

Court refuses to order Diezani’s arrest, seeks AGF’s expatriation evidence

6. #RevolutionNow Protest: Appeal Court strikes out Sowore’s appeal

#RevolutionNow Protest: Appeal Court strikes out Sowore’s appeal

7. Court remands three men for robbery in Lagos
An Ikeja Magistrate Court on Tuesday remanded three men in Kirikiri Correctional Centre for allegedly robbing a man of N65,000 cash and other valuables at gunpoint.

Court remands three men for robbery in Lagos

8. UK reopens visa application centres in Nigeria
The United Kingdom High Commission has announced the reopening of its visa application centres in Nigeria.

UK reopens visa application centres in Nigeria

9. Nigerian Stock Exchange: Top Five List Of Gainers, Losers

Nigerian Stock Exchange: Top Five List Of Gainers, Losers

10. Trump cuts US refugee admission numbers to 15,000
President Donald Trump has cut the number of refugees allowed into the United States to a historic low of 15,000 in the current fiscal year.

Trump cuts US refugee admission numbers to 15,000

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Court temporarily halts re-trial of Orji Uzor Kalu over alleged N17.1bn fraud

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Court reverses dismissal of 3 police officers, orders recall

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