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Henry Okah caught after foiled prison break attempt

Henry Okah caught after foiled prison break attempt

Henry Okah, sentenced in South Africa to 24 years on terrorism charges, has been caught in a failed jail break attempt, prison authorities said Monday. “I can confirm that Okah is one of the five inmates that attempted to escape and whose efforts were foiled,” Manelisi Wolela, spokesman for South Africa’s department of correctional services,

Conversation With Henry Okah

By Sabella Ogbobode Abidde Long before the Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (MEND) selected a group of eminent Nigerians to represent its interest in an anticipated negotiation with the late Yar’Adua’s administration in 2009; I had penned a series of essays articulating what the problems were, and what the solution should be.

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Full Statement of Henry Okah to South African Court In The South Gauteng High Court, Johannesburg (Republic of South Africa)

Cont’d from Last Week 125. On examination of the pathology documentation relating to an alleged victim of 1 October 2010 reveals inter alia the following: – 125.1. Mr Bala is reported to have passed away on 1 October 2010, at the Kings Care Hospital Zn (zone) 4 Abuja. Evidence provided by the State indicates that

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Full Statement of Henry Okah to South African Court

In The South Gauteng High Court, Johannesburg (Republic of South Africa) CASE NO: A570/10 In the matter between: – OKAH, HENRY EMOMOTIMI Applicant And THE STATE Respondent FOUNDING AFFIDAVIT I, the undersigned, HENRY EMOMOTIMI OKAH do hereby make oath and state as follows: – 1. I am an adult male person, the Applicant herein, currently

Why it is Imperative to recall Justice Ayo Salami

By Raheem Oluwafunminiyi When we look back at our history, one is reminded of the wanton injustice which pervaded all strata of the Nigerian society firstly, in what historians have termed colonial Nigeria with its attendant whimsical colonial policies and secondly, independent Nigeria with its continued embrace of these colonial policies. The so called Nigerian

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