Nollywood actress Lizzy Anjorin faces N30m ‘defamation’ suit


ACanada-based Yoruba art and culture promoter, Mr Joel Olaniyi Oyatoye, has asked a Lagos High Court to compel Nollywood actress, Mrs Elizabeth Anjorin Lawal, popularly known as ‘Lizzy Anjorin’ to pay him N30 million for alleged defamation

Oyatoye, popularly known as Baba Asa, is the plaintiff in the suit numbered LD/ADR/3481/2021, while Lizzy Anjorin is the sole defendant.

FG to launch passport home delivery – Aregbesola


The Minister of Interior, Rauf Aregbesola, has said the Federal Government has plans to launch a home delivery service for passports.

He said the government intended for anyone desirous of having a passport to do so within a reasonableThe minister spoke at the opening of the Nigeria Immigration Service Passport Front Desk Office in Auchi, Edo State, on Saturday.


Lawyer petitions police over Lizzy Anjorin’s death threat to husband’s estranged wife


Lawyer Wahab Shittu, has written to the Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Abiodun Alabi, over an alleged death threat against his client, Folashade Olalude, estranged wife of actress Lizzy Anjorin’s husband.

In the petition dated August 30, 2022, Shittu claimed that Lizzy Anjorin has been issuing death threats against Folashade despite the pendency of a fundamental rights suit she filed against her before Justice T.G. Ringim of the Federal High Court, Lagos.

“Sir, we write briefly to state that the life of our client Sariyu Folashade Olalude is presently in danger from the violent threat issued by Elizabeth Ibukunolu Anjorin popularly known as Liz Anjorin, a Nollywood Actress.”

The said Elizabeth Ibukunolu Anjorin a few days ago issued a public notice via social media through https://fb.watch/fdwl-9KOwh/ through which she threatened to violently eliminate immediately one Sariyu Folashade Olalude (our client) as soon as she locates her residential address,” Shittu wrote in parts.

“We request the immediate invitation of Elizabeth Ibukunolu Anjorin to explain the circumstances why she issued the threat against our client.“Indeed the life of our client is in danger. The parties are already in court in a civil suit. Please see the attached processes.

“Please save the life of our client from untimely death”, he added.

Meanwhile, trial will begin tomorrow at a Federal High Court, Lagos in a fundamental rights suit filed by Lizzy’s husband Lawal Adegboyega, against his Folashade.


10 Internet fraudsters jailed in Enugu for impersonation


Think Nigerian scams are unsophisticated? Think again!

In the past, con artists from Nigeria often pretended to be princes in trouble to get your personal information. Now they use more refined scams to rake in millions.

“What these are, are really finely tuned, sophisticated schemes that are targeted to separate you from your money,” said Mark Nunnikhoven, vice president of cloud research at cybersecurity company Trend Micro. They recently released a report on West African cybercrime, which includes Nigeria.

Toyin Abraham: Why I reported Lizzy Anjorin to police Threatens to Kill me


Nollywood actress, Toyin Abraham has revealed the reason she involved the Nigeria Police in her long-running feud with fellow actress, Lizzy Anjorin.

Eniola Badmus to chair Entertainment Committee of Tinubu’s inauguration


Nollywood actress Eniola Badmus has been appointed the chairman of the Entertainment Committee for President-elect Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s inauguration.

Ahead of May 29, 2023, preparations are already in top gear for the president-elect’s swearing-in.

Time wasting won’t be entertained, PEPC warns Atiku, Obi, Tinubu’s lawyers


Court adjourns Obi’s petition, Atiku’s live broadcast request

• Tribunal dismisses AA’s suit challenging Tinubu’s victory
• Action Alliance: Why we withdrew petition
• CDD: Search for electoral justice shows Nigeria democracy deepening 

As legal fireworks began yesterday on the outcome of the presidential election, 73 days after the February 25th poll and 69 days after chairman of the Independent National Electoral

Alleged N6.9bn fraud: Absence of Obanikoro stalls Fayose’s trial


The trial former Gov. Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti before a Federal High Court Lagos, was stalled on Monday, following the absence of the 12th prosecution witness, Mr Musiliu Obanikoro.

Obanikoro, a former Minister of State for Defence, who began his evidence on Jan. 31, is still undergoing cross examination by the defence.