A Federal High Court in Abuja on Wednesday, cleared ex-Finance Ministers, Kemi Adeosun, of the saga over her participation or otherwise in the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) scheme.
In a judgment today, Justice Taiwo Taiwo held that Adeosun was not qualified to have participated in NYSC at 22, as she was a British citizen.
Taiwo further held that when she formally returned to the country and became a Nigerian citizen, at over 30 years, she was not eligible to present herself for the NYSC service.
Justice Taiwo said the plaintiff or anyone did not require a discharge certificate of NYSC to qualify to contest election to the House of Representatives or be appointed a Minister in Nigeria.
The judgment was on a suit marked: FHC/ABJ/CS/303/2021 filed by Adeosun, with the Attorney General of the Federation (AGF) as the sole defendant.
The judge proceeded to grant the four reliefs sought by the plaintiff, to include “a declaration that the plaintiff, being a United Kingdom citizen as at 1989 when she graduated from the University of East London, London, United Kingdom at the age of 22 years, was ineligible to participate in the National Youth Service Corpse scheme, established by the National Youth Service Corps Act, CAP N8, LFN, 2004.”
Following the endless bashing and dragging on social media these past few days from friends, fans and colleagues, actor, Yomi Fabiyi has finally bowed to pressure.
This comes after the actor became the subject of discussion on Social media after the release of a movie he made to tell the story of what transpired between Baba Ijesha, Iyabo Ojo, and Princess on the 5th of July.
According to Yomi, he is not perfect and all he did was use a true-life story to shoot a movie.
Speaking further, Yomi said his movie 'Oko Iyabo' was not banned, instead, he decided to bring it down as a sign of respect to some people that matters to him.
Taking to his official Instagram page...
It was actor, Richard Mofe Damijo (RMD)'s 60th birthday party on the 6th of July and as expected, the veteran actor hosted family, friends, and colleagues to mark the milestone.
Top Nollywood celebrities like Funke Akindele, Sola Sobowale, Ini Edo, Eniola Badmus and a few to mention graced RMD's birthday party and of course, they came with their A-Game.
According to online reports, the party was held at Lekki, Lagos and the guests that were in attendance decided to bless their fans with photos and videos from the ceremony.
See some of their photos below;
Nollywood actor Kolawole Ajeyemi and husband to Nollywood actress Toyin Abraham has declared he is not in competition with anyone.
Toyin Abraham's husband Kolawole has often be criticized and trolled on social media, but he has continued to act and feel less concerned about public opinion.
Taking to Instagram to share a photo of himself, the actor said he's never competing with anybody.
Speaking further, Kolawole Ajeyemi said he got his blessings from God.
He wrote: Never in competition with anybody I got my own blessing.
Kemiflani News recalls that Kolawole Ajeyemi fired back at fans who always criticize him for always posting too much and showing off Instagram.