Naira scarcity: Two banks set on fire in Sagamu, Ogun State

Again, protest has erupted in Ogun State over the naira scarcity, with videos online showing two banks set on fire in the Sagamu area of the state. It was gathered that the violence broke out as early as 8am on Monday as a result of alleged stoppage of the banks’ operations with Automated Teller Machines reportedly not dispensing cash since last week. The videos shared on Monday showed many residents watching as Keystone and Union banks were set ablaze with some youths holding planks in protest. With bonfires, the protesters barricaded the Sagamu-Benin expressway preventing human and vehicular movements. The

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Just In: Appeal Court President Disbands Ogun Tribunal

President, Nigerian Court of Appeal, Justice Zainab Adamu Bulkachuwa, has disbanded the Ogun State Governorship Election Petition Tribunal headed by Justice Chinwe Onyeabo. A source closed to the tribunal told Sunday INDEPENDENT that an internal memo had been addressed to Justice Onyeabo and two other members of the Tribunal; Justice D. A. Onyigbenu and Justice (Khadi) M.L. Omar, informing them to leave Ogun State for another assignment. It was further gathered that one Justice Josephine Coker from Lagos Division would now head the newly constituted three man panel which included Justice Kabir Dabo who is a member of the National

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