Tuesday, 4 August 2015


The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria has won a landmark case on an expanse of land at Shasha village in Lagos. The suit, which was instituted by Mr. Jacob Oyerinde Ajibola & 24 others was decided at the Court of
Appeal in Lagos.

With regards to the ownership of the land in question, the Court of Appeal in a well-considered judgement delivered on March 26, 2015 ruled in favour of FAAN.

The highlight of the judgement, as read by Justice Abimbola Osarugue Obaseki-Adejumo, JCA was the declaration that the acquisition of the land by the Federal Government was legal, and that the respondents has no locus
standi to institute the action.

The Court also held that the first respondent was not diligent in his search before concluding the sale for the land. The respondents also failed to join the Federal Government which actually acquired, gazetted the
acquisition and transferred the land to the Minister responsible for Civil Aviation, who subsequently in 1976, pursuant to section 1(2) of the Nigerian Airport Authority Decree No. 45 of 1976 transferred the said land
to the appellants.

The Court also ruled that there was no dispute between the Nigerian Airports Authority (as FAAN was then known) which inherited the land in 1975 and claimants to the land in 1977. Locus standi is the right of a
party to an action to be heard in litigation before a court of law or tribunal.

The Authority hereby advises all speculators and illegal occupants of the said land and other landed properties belonging to FAAN to desist from such illegal occupation forthwith and vacate such land as failure to do so would
compel the Authority to apply appropriate legal actions to eject them.

Exclusive Raw Video…Viewers Discretion Advised The Dirty Secret-Oath Of Nigeria’s Deadliest Prostitution Ring

Probably you’ve heard the story of prostitution gangs and how our nation, Nigeria was once the talk of town in Europe, but maybe you should see the latest in the world of our desperate girls who’re ready to do anything for money. This is the peak of man inhumanity to man, the atrocities of a deadliest gang tagged Nigeria’s highest prostitution ring. What they do they is scout for desperate girls and promise to take them to Dubai for prostitution but before then, they strip them before a camera and record them as they swear to an oath of allegiance while threatening to expose the pictures and post videos on line if they default in the payment of $30,000 (Thirty Thousand US Dollars over Six Million Naira). I, Chisom, I promise to pay up the sum of $30,000 being the total return to my master who took for prostitution in Dubai, I curse myself to perish should I default in payment of the $30,000”, that’s part of of the oath of allegiance that you’ll be privileged to see in the exclusive video. And the madam goes thus, “were you forced to be part of this, if you f’ck us up, we’ll deal with you” and so on.

At Enquirer, we’re leaving no stone unturned to trace the identity of these girls in order to nab the
wicked prostitution merchants operating this cabal. Please send us an email by clicking on”Send Us A Gist” bar on our website and together we can crack this. We’re already spreading our tentacles with security agencies to ease the investigation logistics. Thanking you in advance as you agree to work with us on this. Below are the exclusive videos of the oath of allegiance and how these girls were dehumanized.

Lagos Seals Kanu Nwakwo's Hotel, Churches and Mosques

The Lagos State Environmental Protection Agency has sealed a hotel owned by ex-Super Eagles player, Kanu Nwankwo, the Hardley Apartments, on Victoria Island.
The hotel was among other hotels, churches and mosques sealed across the state on Monday over alleged air and noise pollution.
No fewer than 30 facilities were shut in areas, including Ketu, Ikorodu, Ibeju-Lekki, Victoria Island and Surulere.
LASEPA said the owners of the facilities had been contacted several times in the last one year, adding that they refused to fully complied with LASEPA’s instructions.
At a mosque in Ketu ─ Olorunkemi Mosque ─ the leaders claimed to have taken down their speakers as instructed by the agency almost immediately.
However, the mosque was sealed for allegedly not complying fully with LASEPA’s instruction.
Other places also sealed include the Rain of Power and Miracles Ministry Church, Lekki; Christ Apostolic Church, Lekki; Duckland Hotels and Suites, Ikorodu; and Mela Rossa Club, Victoria Island.
At the Hardley Apartments, it was noticed that the generators powering the hotel had large exhaust pipes facing the road.

The Director of Enforcement, Kayode Bello, ordered that one of the generators be tested, and it was discovered that it gave off thick gaseous emissions.
Bello said, “Even the sound is going to be more than 45 decibels at night. We want you to comply ─ that is the reason we are here. We have been on this for more than a year.”
The doors and gates of the hotel were subsequently chained, and plastered with the LASEPA seal.
Later at a press briefing in Ikeja, LASEPA General Manager, Rasheed Shabi said, “The environment belongs to every one of us. Lagosians need to live in peace. A survey was carried out by an international organisation and it was discovered that 60 per cent of Nigerians have hearing problem.
“LASEPA, in the last two to three years, has been conducting surveys on religious houses, and our findings revealed that 95 per cent of them do not have approval to operate in Lagos.
“Most houses and club houses do not have fiscal planning approval. Before you can build any hotel anywhere in the world, there must be an environmental impact assessment.
“Most of the markets we have in Lagos State; we have people using trucks to sell their products with speakers to disturb the peace of Lagosians. Soon, we will tow as many trucks as possible to get them off the streets.”
Enquirer Magazine reporter said the owner of the places sealed would sign an undertaking that they would comply with instructions meant to clean up the environment.
“After today, the enforcement unit will go round. Anybody that breaks the seal has violated the Lagos State law. We will then involve the Ministry of Justice,” Enquirer Magazine added.