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Hear what Gal Pissetzky,Hushpuppi Lawyer says about him

Hear What Gal pissetzky, Hushpuppi Lawyer says about Hushpuppi.

Hushpuppi who was recently arrested in Dubai, United Arab Emirate, UAE on June 10 over charges of fraud ; and  also said to have defrauded 1,926,400 people, was later extradited to the US where he is now being tried for fraud.

However source has it that this allegation and his subsequent arrest came shortly after huspuppi post of his extravagant lifestyle on social media of how he spend money around. It also assumed that huspuppi worth is about 20million US dollar.

Responding to the allegations of fraud levied against hushpuppi, his lawyer Gal Pissetzky LLC said Ramon Abbas, also known as Hushpuppi is not a fraudster but a real estate business man.Obaseki Finally decamp to PDP

He further insisted that the status of huspuppi, the internet celebrity as a real estate business man has also been  acknowledged by Forbes as such has also been reported by Forbes before now.

Pissetzky, Hushpuppi’s lawyer, made this assertions while speaking with Forbes on Thursday, insisting that his client is absolutely not guilty of the charge (s) levied against him.Reason behind Bobrisky plans for face surgery “Homes will break when I’m done he says”

The lawyer said that the Nigerian internet celebrity, Hushpuppi was only running a legitimate business (real estate) with a legitimate Instagram account and has never taken part in any scam or fraud related activities.

He responded that Hushpuppi is an entrepreneur when asked to explain how Hushpuppi funded his extravagant lifestyle. He went further to say that Hushpuppi has real estate business and being an Instagram personality he was also promoting brands on instagram which was a very legitimate way of making his money.Stella Damasus advices ladies: You don’t have to dress nude to look sexy

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Ibrahim Magu: EFCC Boss in fresh trouble as Security Operative storm his residence

It should be recalled that Ibrahim magu, the EFCC Boss  was suspended last week Tuesday by the President Buhari Administration for allegations of gross misconduct and insubordination. APC 2020: Pastor Ize Iyamu in fresh trouble

To this effect the next most senior EFCC official next to Ibrahim magu was ask to take charge.
Source has it that Ibrahim magu was arrested in front of EFCC office on Monday at  Abuja by Security Officials amidst allegations of Corruption, insubordination and abuse of office by Attorney General Abubakar malami after which he was taken to the Presidential Villa in Abuja to appear before the Presidential Panel Investigating his alleged insubordination and corruption after which he was taken to police custodyBuhari OK APC NEC meeting for tomorrow

Just few hours after his being taken to police custody, a combined team of riot police men and State security services were sent to the  Residence of the  suspended EFCC Boss Ibrahim Magu to search his house.

A close source to the presidential panel set up to conduct a detailed search on his official residence at Maitama District of the Nigeria capital and his private home in Karu said the Security Operatives were sent to Ibrahim magu home to conduct a detailed search.

However Ibrahim Magu domestic staff at the residence said the security operatives came in at about 7.30pm in four vehicles and were there for about an hour and 30 minutes searching the premises.Reign of illegality in APC – Says PDP Chieftain

Also a source from the State Security Services Confirm the search as he said”as I speak to you now, our men are at Ibrahim magu residence conducting a detailed search”.

The Security Guard in Ibrahim Magu house who was not allowed to give report said ” the security operatives found nothing after searching the house, so they wrote a report to that effect and both of us signed”.

Although Garba Shehu and Femi Adeshina who are presidential spokemen, are yet to comment on this new development despite text messages and phone calls being sent to them.

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New development as the Nigeria Supreme Court Upholds Right of Female Child to Inherit Properties

New development on Female inheritance as The Nigeria’s Supreme Court Upholds Right of Female Child to Inherit Properties in Igboland.

Is no news that the right of the female child to inherit her late father’s property especially landed property is usually fraught with utmost difficulties despite the fact that such practices contravene the provision of the constitution of the Federal Republic Of Nigeria.

However, it’s a dawn of a new day as Justice Bode Rhodes-Vivour of the Nigeria Supreme Court delivers the judgement that no matter the circumstances of the birth of a female child, such a child is entitled to an inheritance from her late father’s estate.

The Supreme Court has voided the Igbo law and custom, which forbids a female from inheriting her late father’s estate, on the grounds that it is discriminatory and conflicts with the provision of the constitution.

The court held that the practice conflicted with section 42 (1)(a) and (2) of the 1999 Constitution.The judgment was on the appeal marked: SC.224/2004 filed by Mrs. Lois Chituru Ukeje (wife of the Late Lazarus Ogbonna Ukeje) and their son, Enyinnaya Lazarus Ukeje against Mrs. Gladys Ada Ukeje (the deceased’s daughter).

Gladys had sued the deceased’s wife and son before the Lagos High Court, claiming to be one of the deceased’s children and sought to be included among those to administer their deceased’s father’s estate.Pastor Ize iyamu, APC and the Court

The trial court found that she was a daughter to the deceased and that she was qualified to benefit from the estate of their father who died intestate in Lagos in1981.

The Court of Appeal, Lagos to which Mrs. Lois Ukeje and Enyinnaya Ukeje appealed, upheld the decision of the trial court, prompting them to appeal to the Supreme Court.

In its judgment last Friday July 1, 2016, the Supreme Court held that the Court of Appeal, Lagos was right to have voided the Igbo’s native law and custom that disinherits female children.

Justice Bode Rhodes-Vivour, who read the lead judgment, held that “no matter the circumstances of the birth of a female child, such a child is entitled to an inheritance from her later father’s estate.Court refuses to grant order sought to bar Obaseki from participating in PDP primaries

“Consequently, the Igbo customary law, which disentitles a female child from partaking in the sharing of her deceased father’s estate is a breach of Section 42(1) and (2) of the Constitution, a fundamental rights provision guaranteed to every Nigerian.

“The said discriminatory Customary Law is void as it conflicts with Section 42(1) and (2) of the Constitution. In the light of all that I have been saying, the appeal is dismissed. In the spirit of reconciliation, parties to bear their own costs,” Justice Rhodes-Vivour said.

Justices Walter Samuel Nkanu Onnoghen, Clara Bata Ogunbiyi, Kumai Bayang Aka’ahs and John Inyang Okoro, who were part of the panel that heard the appeal, agreed with the lead judgment.