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Friday, June 30, 2017

Judge Says Sahara Reporters Must Pay Senate President Saraki N4 Billion Damages

Justice Adeyinka Oyinloye in his Judgement on libellous suit filed against Sahara reporters Publisher Sowore by Senate President Saraki ordered that he Omoyele Sowore, pays the sum of N4billion as damages to Bukola Saraki.....




This payment for damages is in regards stories published on SR from September to December 2015.
Sowore Replied to the Judgement calling out Saraki further and lamenting that ''Robbers have stolen the gravel of Lady Justice.....''




14 comments:

  1. Huh! Plenty of money.

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  2. Where will they get such outrageous amount from? I guess it's negotiable.

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  3. Kikikiki


    Where @Sahara wan see that kind money?


    @Galore

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  4. Where Judge want make @ SH get 4billion from biko?

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  5. Sahara reporters' domain is in the abroad abi? How will they/he be made to pau the money?

    BTW, I opened this post cos of "gravel". Wondered how he could have goofed so bad but he didn't. Stella, Na you goof. Biko change it

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  6. Saraki, Saraki, Saraki, Honourable. This man, hmmmmmmmmm.
    He go become Presi in this our life time. This man has so ooo much powers & he is very rich. Forget what's inside naija, thats chicken feed. People don't even have an inkling as to what extent he is spread around the world. Sowore has an idea but not concrete evidence. Saraki's 'pepper' is mostly outside of the country. He sits back & the dough is working for him, that will cater for his generations to come. He and his wife are smart.

    Me liKe them sha.

    Now that Sowore has Lagos as the Residence/domicile of Sahara papers, he will hear nwiiiiiiiii.

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    1. Yes o I agree with you. Confirmed sources say he's going to be the next president.

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  7. Immediately i saw "Ilorin High court" i knew definitely the judgement was biased. There is no sitting jusgw in ilorin that can convict saraki of anything. He has them all in his pocket...Bogus judgement, been a nigerian and seeing injustice everyday is tiring abeg

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  8. Oya sowore come and answer them

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  9. President of Ilorin? lol
    Well, God knows best

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  10. Sowore is pretending that he does not know that Nigeria and USA have reciprocal judgement agreement. That's why he ran to move his office to Nigeria. He should beg his sponsors to help him pay the money or cough out from the Netherlands where he keeps the profits from his illicit bribery and extortion racket.

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    1. What reciprocal judgement agreement are you referring to?

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  11. Sowore don dey fear. Sahara Reporters no fit carry dis real news. Every day for d rat, one day for d cat.

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