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Lumosa Family Recalls Efunroye Tinubu BoT Members

Lumosa Family recalls its Board of Trustees, BoT members on the grounds of misrepresentation by illegally giving the power of attorney to Lagos Lagoon Park Resources.

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Representatives of the Estate of Iyalode Efuronye Tinubu, Lumosa Family have recalled its Board of Trustees members on the grounds of misrepresentation by illegally giving the power of attorney held by Akinfolabi Akindele, to Lagos Lagoon Park Resources.

It accused the recalled representatives of soiling “the good images” which their forefathers left behind.

Speaking on behalf of the family, Lekan Lumosa accused the BoT members of embezzling money given to it by Akindele to the tune of hundreds of millions of naira, and bags of rice, while disbursing five per cent to the family.

He also alleged that both representatives had formed alliances with other parties to act on behalf of the estate illegally, thereby fraudulently representing the family for their monetary benefits.

The erring BOT members, Alhaji Adio Kassim and Safiu Kassim had, in a Press conference held on May 16 in Abeokuta, falsely declared that the family revoked the power of attorney of the estate from Akinfolabi Akindele, and gave it to Lagos Lagoon Park Resources.

The press conference was published in various online, print and electronic media.

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In a communique sent to fellow representatives of the estate, Sobowale family, acting secretary of the Lumosa Family, Monsuru Lawal warned that anyone who has dealings with the dissolved BOT members does so at their own risk as this was not the position of the family.

The communique was issued on May 22nd, 2021 and titled ‘Dissolution of BOT members’

It read,” We hereby notify you that, in our General Meeting held on the 20th of May, 2021 at No.112, Agura Road, Gbagura, Abeokuta, Ogun State.

“The whole family unanimously agreed to dissolve the house, especially our BOT members on the ground that they are not representing the family as expected of them and we can not continue at that level till when the good images which our forefathers left behind to derail.

“With the effect of this date, any person or group of persons that deals or documents, signed by any of our dissolved BOT members is null and void and not on behalf of the Lumosa family. Normal court step shall be taken later to formalize the process.

“We shall inform you of further development in due course.”

The Lumosa family assured that one court case instigated against Akindele by the errant BoT members had been dropped, while two others were in the process of being withdrawn

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Late Jurist Babatunde Oshilaja Laid to Rest in Iperu, Ogun

Late Jurist Babatunde Oshilaja Laid to Rest in Iperu, Ogun State on Thursday, May 13, 2021, legal Stakeholders Shower him glowing tributes

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The remains of a late legal icon, Babatunde Oluwemimo Habeeb Oshilaja has been laid to rest at his home town Iperu, in Ikenne local government area of Ogun State.

Oshilaja popularly called Baba Oshi, died on Thursday, May 13, 2021, at the age of 72 years.

A mammoth crowd turned out to pay their last respect to the jurist who was described as an intelligent scholar.

Commenting on the life and time of the late jurist, Magistrate Subulola Osowe, described Oshilaja as a great mentor and an exceptional teacher.

According to Osowe, humility was Baba Oshi greatest asset and simplicity his second name.

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Speaking on behalf of the family, one of his sons Iyi Oshilaja said the late Oshilaja taught his children the importance of integrity and honesty, stressing that his fathers lived a great life and on his own terms.

‘’Daddy, I really miss you. I don’t have the words to express how much I miss you. From a tender age, you’ve always told me that you loved me, and I grew up knowing it is normal to openly tell my father that I love him and vice versa. This is not common in the African tradition but you loved me and said it out loud and that was it. I am glad that I told you that I loved you, glad that you knew. I know you are watching over all of us; your wife, and children. We all miss you terribly. I miss you terribly. I speak with you all the time and I know you can hear me’’.

His wife, Christiana Adeyinka Oshilaja and children, Damilola Oshilaja, Oladipupo Oshilaja, Iyi Oshilaja, Oluwawemimo Oshilaja and Ibukunoluwa Oshilaja led other dignitaries for his eighth-day fidau prayer held at his residence in Iperu.

His Biography

Babatunde Oshilaja was born in December 27, 1946. He entered Wesley primary school and then went on to Christ Apostolic Secondary School, where he dropped out after form 3 to join his father on the farm.

Babatunde unsatisfied with life on the farm, moved away from home in search of a better life. He worked menial jobs to support himself, from being a mechanic in Ibadan to loader before being noticed by a Lebanese businessman, who was impressed by his command of English and employed him as a porter.

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He later attended Obafemi Awolowo University for his LLB and graduated in 1977.

He progressed to the Nigerian Law School and was called to the Nigerian Bar with the class of 1978, (The Golden Class).

An astute lawyer, Babatunde was never too far away from his books. They were his best friends and prime investment.

The courtroom was his playing ground and he played exceptionally to the brilliant end.

He was mentor to many and touched the lives of those around him willing to better themselves. He is survived by a wife and five children.

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Akuapem Poloo Sentence To 3months Imprisonment Over Publication of Obscene Materials

Circuit Court sitting in Accra, sentence an actress Rosemond Brown, popularly known as Akuapem Poloo, to 3months imprisonment over publication of obscene material

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The Circuit Court sitting in Accra, the Ghanaian capital, has found an actress, Rosemond Alade Brown, guilty as charge over publication of obscene material and domestic violence.

The court sentence Rosemond Alade Brown, popularly known as Akuapem Poloo, to three months imprisonment.

In her allocutus plea, Poloo’s lawyer, Andy Vortia, had prayed for a more lenient sentence.

However, the court held that a harsh sentence must be passed to serve as a deterrent to others.

The actress was convicted on her own plea after she had pleaded “guilty” to three counts of publication of “obscene materials, engaging in domestic violence namely a conduct that in any way undermine another person’s privacy or integrity, and engaging in domestic violence namely conduct that in any way detracted or was likely to detract from another person’s dignity and worth as a human being.”

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Recall the actress had shared a nude picture of herself alongside her son, to mark his seventh birthday on her social media handles in June 2020.

She was virally condemned for the post but the Director of Child Rights International, Ghana, Bright Appiah, filed a petition seeking her prosecution.

However, Poloo had apologized over the post, saying the picture was originally meant to encourage people to appreciate their mothers.

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The matter was, however, referred to the Domestic Violence and Victims Support Unit (DOVVSU) in Ghana which led to the actress arrest.

She was later charged with publication of obscene materials, engaging in domestic violence and undermining human dignity.

 

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