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The Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Harmony Gardens and Estate Development Limited, Hon. Saheed Audullahi Mosadoluwa aka Mr Ibile has revealed to us how former Chairman of Amen Estate, Babatunde Olalere Gbadamosi, contracted alleged defamatory experts, Adeyinka Igbinoba, Biodun Abdul, Mrs. Okoror and Mrs. Olusola Abdul Beckley to jail him and his Ex-Wife, Chief Mrs Sade Balogun, after losing out on Amen Estate.

 

 

 

Some months ago, one Adeyinka Igbinoba, a self-acclaimed Journalist, accused Hon. Audullahi Saheed Mosadoluwa, of butchering her legs after having a business disagreement in his office. She also accused Mr Ibile of Fraud, Forgery, Attempted Murder and inflicting bodily harm Injuries on her which we gathered are all nothing but false accusations.

In an exclusive interview with him, Mosadoluwa spoke at length on the issue especially what the law enforcement Agencies failed to know before filing a malicious report against him.

When we spoke with him about his reaction to the allegations, Mr Ibile said, “firstly, let us talk about defamation law in general, ( libel and slander lawsuits in particular), the law considers a number of competing interests, when government officials and the media are involved in the statement at issue: the public’s access to information, individuals’ reputations, and public officials’ ability to efficiently perform their duties is highly important. This may be a personal interest in a society like Nigeria, where 90% of those saddled with investigation responsibilities are only pursuing bribery, foster interest and having fear of media or gender sentimental, and unsurprisingly, the interplay between these interests can quickly become contentious.

Nigeria public space, was agog with a defamation of character of Hon. Audullahi Saheed Mosadoluwa, and that of Chief, Ms Folasade Balogun in which one Adeyinka Igbinoba leveraging on a surgery video, to mislead Nigerians in order to start writing libelious news about those who she accused of Fraud, Forgery, Attempted Murder and inflicting bodily harm Injuries which are all nothing but false accusation. If it’s not false, where is the video of Saheed Mosadoluwa shattering her legs.Let us look at it from the first accusation of fraud of 30 million Naira, in which Adeyinka Igbinoba claimed Hon. Audullahi Saheed Mosadoluwa (Mr-Ibile), defrauded her and her conspirators ,Abdul Abiodun of Keshab Properties, and Olubunmi Okoror. The duo in their script of defamation of character, approached us to purchase a parcel of Land, from Harmony Gardens and Estate Development Limited, a company belonging to Mr. Ibile, through one Kola Opeodu, who is an acquitance of both Babatunde Olalere Gbadamosi and Mr-Ibile and the transaction was concluded at 120 million naira, in which Adeyinka and her sister deposited 30 million naira, and pledged to pay the balance of 90 million Naira, within 2 weeks before taking possession. Rather than perfecting their obligations in completing the payment, Adeyinka Igbinoba called directly the owner of the company, Mr-Ibile to demand for a refund of the deposit, threatening to report the matter to the EFCC. She claimed that their second check revealed that the land Certificate of Occupancy (C of O) given to them was forged. Due to these claims, EFCC and the Nigeria Police therefore wrote to the Lagos State Land Bureau who confirmed that, the C of O was genuine and that the C of O was issued to Chief Daramola of Agidi-Ogun, who sold 15 hectares to Mr-Ibile, through his company Harmony Gardens.

Adeyinka Igbinoba was alleged to have confirmed to the media that the duo of SP Akin Ogundile, and ACP Musa are the ones that got a lawyer for her in Abuja and that its the lawyer who demanded that Hon. Audullahi Saheed must pay 500 million Naira to Adeyinka Igbinoba, before Mummy Amen could be released from Police detention but finally got one million Naira, before the I.P.O, SP Kolajo Ogundile showed up to release Mummy Amen on bail with the condition that Saheed Mosadoluwa must pay back the 15 million Naira advance earlier payed as deposit even not considering the fact that their agent, Kola Opeodu had gotten 1.5 Million Naira commission.

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Breaking:Ibrahim Gusau Clears the Old Order – Emerges new NFF President

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Ibrahim Musa Gusau has been elected the new President of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF).

 

Gusau was elected at NFF’s 78th Elective Congress which was held in Benin, the Edo State.

 

He polled 21 votes to beat his closest challenger former Ist Vice President Barrister Seyi Akinwunmi who got 12 votes.

 

Though Gusau did not poll the needed 22 votes to automatically win in the first ballot, other contenders opted out of the possible rerun

 

Amaju Melvin Pinnick was the former Chairman of the board.

 

Recall that the Court of Appeal had on Thursday granted the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) a stay of execution ahead of the forthcoming NFF elective congress.

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TAX EVASION AND FORCEFUL ACQUISITION OF OBAJANA CEMENT, KOGI & AKWA IBOM GOVERNMENT BATTLE DANGOTE

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These are not the best of times for Dangote Group as they face allegations of sharp practices in business from Kogi State government, Kogi Assembly as well as Akwa Ibom State.

Already, the Kogi State House of Assembly has ordered stoppage to the activities of the company in two Local Governments in the State while investigations continue.

The crux of the matter, from our investigations arise from sharp practices in terms of tax payments.

According to exclusive reports from Kogi State, the initial story was that Dangote Group took over the State Cement Company illegally without paying a dime for the takeover.

 

According to our findings, Dangote took over the State Cement Company Obajana Cement without paying the necessary compensation to the State government.

This is corroborated by the State Assembly findings.

According to some media reports, ‘the parliament stated that all available documents showed that the company started as Obajana Cement Company before turning to Dangote Cement company without any considerations.

It also directed that the documents signed at the establishment of the company and relevant receipts of dues claimed to have been paid to the government be made available at the next adjourned sitting date.

 

The Speaker of Kogi State House of Assembly, Hon. Matthew Kolawole, gave the order after interim reports of the ongoing investigative hearing on Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) which was submitted by the ad hoc committee led by Hon. Isah Tenimu and deliberated upon at the plenary on Wednesday.

 

Kolawole said this has become imperative in view of the claims and counterclaims between the Chairman of Kogi State Internally Generated Revenue Service (KGIRS) and representatives of Dangote Cement.

 

The Speaker further directed that the Financial Director of Dangote Cement Company should meet with KGIGRS and the Commissioner for Commerce and Industry to reconcile financial differences.

 

Earlier, during the investigative hearing, the Commissioner for Commerce and Industry had pointed out that Dangote had not been paying business premises fees since operation in the state.

 

Responding, the representative of Dangote, Alhaji Jimoh claimed that on the contrary, Kogi State had 10 per cent share which could only be claimed if the state showed interest, adding that since no interest was shown, the shares had been acquired when Dangote became a conglomerate.

 

While the Financial Director of Dangote, Segun Oyebanjo, claimed that since 2016, the company has paid in total dues the sum of N14 billion to the coffers of Kogi State Government through KGIRS with receipts.

 

But the Chairman of KGIRS said it was not so, adding that the receipts being bandied are not from them.

 

Oyebanjo stated that it was only in 2021 that some certain taxes were not being paid’.

But the Kogi problem with Dangote is not limited to this.

In another development, Following the unrestrained environmental degradation in Ankpa and Olamaboro local government areas, Kogi state House of Assembly on Wednesday, directed the Commissioner of Police and Commandant of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) to seal off operations of Dangote Plc in the affected areas of the State. The House gave the order during a public hearing on activities of Dangote Group in the state, especially on the the massive exploitation , environmental degradation and non compensation to the affected owners of the land and without revenue accruing to the state government.

 

The Speaker, Kogi state House of Assembly, Mathew Kolawole, charged the NSCDC commandant to ensure immediate implementation pending when the ad hoc committee on revenue clarifies some grey areas. Kolawole, who lamented the environmental degradation caused by mining activities on Kogi by the Dangote group and its subsidiaries, accused the multi national business concern of making billions in the state but yet fails to give back to it.

 

Akwa Ibom is also finding it difficult to collect its entitlement from the Dangote Group. According to reports from the place, the Itu Local Government blocked Dangote premises with their trucks because the company has refused to pay tax for more than two years despite series of pleas.

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