Posted by News Express | 1 February 2020 | 619 times
An Igbosere High Court has fixed Feb. 7 for the adoption of final written addresses in a case of a N45 million property dispute, involving a top Lagos State civil servant, Dr Olufemi Oke-Osanyitolu.
Oke-Osanyitolu, Director-General of the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA) and his former lover, Ms Olaide Ibraheem are in court over ownership of the plum property.
The property is located at No. 1, Baba Yusuf Close, Alausa, Lagos and allegedly belongs to Oke-Sanyitolu.
Justice Oluwatoyin Ipaye fixed the date on Friday after hearing submissions from the Defence Counsel, Mr Adeoye Asaolu and Mr Akin George, the lead state prosecutor.
Ibraheem, also a top civil servant in the Lagos State Government, is the Director, Admin and Human Resources in the Lagos State Office of Civic Engagement.
She was arraigned on May 22, 2017 and faces a three-count charge of forgery, forcible entry and criminal damage to the property, which allegedly belongs to Oke-Sanyitolu.
During the trial, four witnesses, including Oke-Osanyitolu, his personal assistant and a signature expert, testified for the prosecution. (Leadership)
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