The former Registrar of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Professor Lawrence Adedibu Ojerinde has at last been released on bail after spending 10 days at the Suleja prison in Niger State.

 

 

Ojerinde was released from Suleja prison on Saturday evening after fully perfecting the N200M bail granted him by a Federal High Court in Abuja on July 8 following his arraignment on corruption charges by the federal government.

 

Climaxtrend learnt authoritatively that the former JAMB Registrar stepped out of the prison in the evening when his bail file approved on Friday by Justice Obiora Egwatu got to the prison authorities.

 

 

The delay in meeting up the bail conditions was said to have been due to stringent nature of some aspects of the bail.

 

Alleged N5.2bn fraud: Ex-JAMB Registrar, Ojerinde gets N200m bail

 

Among others, the legal department of the Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission, ICPC, was reported to have delayed in investigating the documents supplied by his two sureties.

 

Climaxtrend  gathered that after much efforts, ICPC counsel Mr Emmanuel Shogunle investigated the sureties documents as ordered by the court, confirmed their authenticity and endorsed them.

 

Ojerinde reportedly joined his family members and friends thereafter when the Suleja prison authorities acted on the endorsement of Egwuatu.

 

 

Alhaji Jamiyu Opeyeru, one of the close associates of former JAMB Registrar confirmed to Climaxtrend that his friend has breathed the air of freedom.

 

“I can confirm to you that Professor Ojerinde, the Asiwaju, has just been released on bail. He has just joined us and I want to thank those who identified with us during this turbulent period.

 

“Meeting the bail conditions was not all that easy but thank God we scaled the hurdle successfully. We thank those who volunteered to stand his surety.”

 

Opeyeru, however, declined to name the University Professor and the Abuja resident who bailed the ex-JAMB Registrar.

 

 

Court remands Ex-JAMB Registrar, Dibu Ojerinde over alleged N900m fraud

 

Justice Obiora Egwuatu in a ruling on Ojerinde’s bail application on July 8 held that bail was at the discretion of the court, adding that there was no evidence before him why the defendant should not be admitted to bail.

 

However, he ordered that Ojerinde be admitted to bail in the sum of N200 million naira two sureties in like sum one of whom must be a resident of Abuja with ownership of landed property and show evidence of three years tax payment.

 

 

Justice Egwuatu also directed that the title documents of the landed property in Abuja must be verified by the court along with operatives of ICPC

 

The second surety, the Judge held must be a professor of a university.

 

The Professor in addition must provide documented evidence of professorship, letter of appointment and staff identity card.

 

Justice Egwuatu subsequently fixed July 22 and 23 for trial.

 

The Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission(ICPC) had arraigned the former JAMB Registrar on an 18 count charge bordering on diversion of public funds to the tune of over N5 billion naira.

 

He was said to have committed the offense during his tenure as Registrar of the National Examination Council (NECO) and JAMB.

 

He pleaded not guilty to all the charges and his lawyer, Chief Peter Oluwannishola, SAN urged the court to grant his client bail to enable him prepare for his trial.

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          1. The former Registrar of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Professor Lawrence Adedibu Ojerinde has at last been released on bail after spending 10 days at the Suleja prison in Niger State.

            Ojerinde was released from Suleja prison on Saturday evening after fully perfecting the N200M bail granted him by a Federal High Court in Abuja on July 8 following his arraignment on corruption charges by the federal government.

            Climaxtrend learnt authoritatively that the former JAMB Registrar stepped out of the prison in the evening when his bail file approved on Friday by Justice Obiora Egwatu got to the prison authorities.

            The delay in meeting up the bail conditions was said to have been due to stringent nature of some aspects of the bail.

            Alleged N5.2bn fraud: Ex-JAMB Registrar, Ojerinde gets N200m bail

            Among others, the legal department of the Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission, ICPC, was reported to have delayed in investigating the documents supplied by his two sureties.

            Climaxtrend gathered that after much efforts, ICPC counsel Mr Emmanuel Shogunle investigated the sureties documents as ordered by the court, confirmed their authenticity and endorsed them.

            Ojerinde reportedly joined his family members and friends thereafter when the Suleja prison authorities acted on the endorsement of Egwuatu.

            Alhaji Jamiyu Opeyeru, one of the close associates of former JAMB Registrar confirmed to Climaxtrend that his friend has breathed the air of freedom.

            “I can confirm to you that Professor Ojerinde, the Asiwaju, has just been released on bail. He has just joined us and I want to thank those who identified with us during this turbulent period.

            “Meeting the bail conditions was not all that easy but thank God we scaled the hurdle successfully. We thank those who volunteered to stand his surety.”

            Opeyeru, however, declined to name the University Professor and the Abuja resident who bailed the ex-JAMB Registrar.

            Court remands Ex-JAMB Registrar, Dibu Ojerinde over alleged N900m fraud

            Justice Obiora Egwuatu in a ruling on Ojerinde’s bail application on July 8 held that bail was at the discretion of the court, adding that there was no evidence before him why the defendant should not be admitted to bail.

            However, he ordered that Ojerinde be admitted to bail in the sum of N200 million naira two sureties in like sum one of whom must be a resident of Abuja with ownership of landed property and show evidence of three years tax payment.

            Justice Egwuatu also directed that the title documents of the landed property in Abuja must be verified by the court along with operatives of ICPC

            The second surety, the Judge held must be a professor of a university.

            The Professor in addition must provide documented evidence of professorship, letter of appointment and staff identity card.

            Justice Egwuatu subsequently fixed July 22 and 23 for trial.

            The Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission(ICPC) had arraigned the former JAMB Registrar on an 18 count charge bordering on diversion of public funds to the tune of over N5 billion naira.

            He was said to have committed the offense during his tenure as Registrar of the National Examination Council (NECO) and JAMB.

            He pleaded not guilty to all the charges and his lawyer, Chief Peter Oluwannishola, SAN urged the court to grant his client bail to enable him prepare for his trial.

      1. The former Registrar of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Professor Lawrence Adedibu Ojerinde has at last been released on bail after spending 10 days at the Suleja prison in Niger State.

        Ojerinde was released from Suleja prison on Saturday evening after fully perfecting the N200M bail granted him by a Federal High Court in Abuja on July 8 following his arraignment on corruption charges by the federal government.

        Climaxtrend learnt authoritatively that the former JAMB Registrar stepped out of the prison in the evening when his bail file approved on Friday by Justice Obiora Egwatu got to the prison authorities.

        The delay in meeting up the bail conditions was said to have been due to stringent nature of some aspects of the bail.

        Alleged N5.2bn fraud: Ex-JAMB Registrar, Ojerinde gets N200m bail

        Among others, the legal department of the Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission, ICPC, was reported to have delayed in investigating the documents supplied by his two sureties.

        Climaxtrend gathered that after much efforts, ICPC counsel Mr Emmanuel Shogunle investigated the sureties documents as ordered by the court, confirmed their authenticity and endorsed them.

        Ojerinde reportedly joined his family members and friends thereafter when the Suleja prison authorities acted on the endorsement of Egwuatu.

        Alhaji Jamiyu Opeyeru, one of the close associates of former JAMB Registrar confirmed to Climaxtrend that his friend has breathed the air of freedom.

        “I can confirm to you that Professor Ojerinde, the Asiwaju, has just been released on bail. He has just joined us and I want to thank those who identified with us during this turbulent period.

        “Meeting the bail conditions was not all that easy but thank God we scaled the hurdle successfully. We thank those who volunteered to stand his surety.”

        Opeyeru, however, declined to name the University Professor and the Abuja resident who bailed the ex-JAMB Registrar.

        Court remands Ex-JAMB Registrar, Dibu Ojerinde over alleged N900m fraud

        Justice Obiora Egwuatu in a ruling on Ojerinde’s bail application on July 8 held that bail was at the discretion of the court, adding that there was no evidence before him why the defendant should not be admitted to bail.

        However, he ordered that Ojerinde be admitted to bail in the sum of N200 million naira two sureties in like sum one of whom must be a resident of Abuja with ownership of landed property and show evidence of three years tax payment.

        Justice Egwuatu also directed that the title documents of the landed property in Abuja must be verified by the court along with operatives of ICPC

        The second surety, the Judge held must be a professor of a university.

        The Professor in addition must provide documented evidence of professorship, letter of appointment and staff identity card.

        Justice Egwuatu subsequently fixed July 22 and 23 for trial.

        The Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission(ICPC) had arraigned the former JAMB Registrar on an 18 count charge bordering on diversion of public funds to the tune of over N5 billion naira.

        He was said to have committed the offense during his tenure as Registrar of the National Examination Council (NECO) and JAMB.

        He pleaded not guilty to all the charges and his lawyer, Chief Peter Oluwannishola, SAN urged the court to grant his client bail to enable him prepare for his trial.

      2. It is well with this country .the rate at which corruption fraud and so on is going in this country…its only God that can intervene

        1. The former Registrar of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Professor Lawrence Adedibu Ojerinde has at last been released on bail after spending 10 days at the Suleja prison in Niger State.

          Ojerinde was released from Suleja prison on Saturday evening after fully perfecting the N200M bail granted him by a Federal High Court in Abuja on July 8 following his arraignment on corruption charges by the federal government.

          Climaxtrend learnt authoritatively that the former JAMB Registrar stepped out of the prison in the evening when his bail file approved on Friday by Justice Obiora Egwatu got to the prison authorities.

          The delay in meeting up the bail conditions was said to have been due to stringent nature of some aspects of the bail.

          Alleged N5.2bn fraud: Ex-JAMB Registrar, Ojerinde gets N200m bail

          Among others, the legal department of the Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission, ICPC, was reported to have delayed in investigating the documents supplied by his two sureties.

          Climaxtrend gathered that after much efforts, ICPC counsel Mr Emmanuel Shogunle investigated the sureties documents as ordered by the court, confirmed their authenticity and endorsed them.

          Ojerinde reportedly joined his family members and friends thereafter when the Suleja prison authorities acted on the endorsement of Egwuatu.

          Alhaji Jamiyu Opeyeru, one of the close associates of former JAMB Registrar confirmed to Climaxtrend that his friend has breathed the air of freedom.

          “I can confirm to you that Professor Ojerinde, the Asiwaju, has just been released on bail. He has just joined us and I want to thank those who identified with us during this turbulent period.

          “Meeting the bail conditions was not all that easy but thank God we scaled the hurdle successfully. We thank those who volunteered to stand his surety.”

          Opeyeru, however, declined to name the University Professor and the Abuja resident who bailed the ex-JAMB Registrar.

          Court remands Ex-JAMB Registrar, Dibu Ojerinde over alleged N900m fraud

          Justice Obiora Egwuatu in a ruling on Ojerinde’s bail application on July 8 held that bail was at the discretion of the court, adding that there was no evidence before him why the defendant should not be admitted to bail.

          However, he ordered that Ojerinde be admitted to bail in the sum of N200 million naira two sureties in like sum one of whom must be a resident of Abuja with ownership of landed property and show evidence of three years tax payment.

          Justice Egwuatu also directed that the title documents of the landed property in Abuja must be verified by the court along with operatives of ICPC

          The second surety, the Judge held must be a professor of a university.

          The Professor in addition must provide documented evidence of professorship, letter of appointment and staff identity card.

          Justice Egwuatu subsequently fixed July 22 and 23 for trial.

          The Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission(ICPC) had arraigned the former JAMB Registrar on an 18 count charge bordering on diversion of public funds to the tune of over N5 billion naira.

          He was said to have committed the offense during his tenure as Registrar of the National Examination Council (NECO) and JAMB.

          He pleaded not guilty to all the charges and his lawyer, Chief Peter Oluwannishola, SAN urged the court to grant his client bail to enable him prepare for his trial.

    1. The former Registrar of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Professor Lawrence Adedibu Ojerinde has at last been released on bail after spending 10 days at the Suleja prison in Niger State.

      Ojerinde was released from Suleja prison on Saturday evening after fully perfecting the N200M bail granted him by a Federal High Court in Abuja on July 8 following his arraignment on corruption charges by the federal government.

      Climaxtrend learnt authoritatively that the former JAMB Registrar stepped out of the prison in the evening when his bail file approved on Friday by Justice Obiora Egwatu got to the prison authorities.

      The delay in meeting up the bail conditions was said to have been due to stringent nature of some aspects of the bail.

      Alleged N5.2bn fraud: Ex-JAMB Registrar, Ojerinde gets N200m bail

      Among others, the legal department of the Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission, ICPC, was reported to have delayed in investigating the documents supplied by his two sureties.

      Climaxtrend gathered that after much efforts, ICPC counsel Mr Emmanuel Shogunle investigated the sureties documents as ordered by the court, confirmed their authenticity and endorsed them.

      Ojerinde reportedly joined his family members and friends thereafter when the Suleja prison authorities acted on the endorsement of Egwuatu.

      Alhaji Jamiyu Opeyeru, one of the close associates of former JAMB Registrar confirmed to Climaxtrend that his friend has breathed the air of freedom.

      “I can confirm to you that Professor Ojerinde, the Asiwaju, has just been released on bail. He has just joined us and I want to thank those who identified with us during this turbulent period.

      “Meeting the bail conditions was not all that easy but thank God we scaled the hurdle successfully. We thank those who volunteered to stand his surety.”

      Opeyeru, however, declined to name the University Professor and the Abuja resident who bailed the ex-JAMB Registrar.

      Court remands Ex-JAMB Registrar, Dibu Ojerinde over alleged N900m fraud

      Justice Obiora Egwuatu in a ruling on Ojerinde’s bail application on July 8 held that bail was at the discretion of the court, adding that there was no evidence before him why the defendant should not be admitted to bail.

      However, he ordered that Ojerinde be admitted to bail in the sum of N200 million naira two sureties in like sum one of whom must be a resident of Abuja with ownership of landed property and show evidence of three years tax payment.

      Justice Egwuatu also directed that the title documents of the landed property in Abuja must be verified by the court along with operatives of ICPC

      The second surety, the Judge held must be a professor of a university.

      The Professor in addition must provide documented evidence of professorship, letter of appointment and staff identity card.

      Justice Egwuatu subsequently fixed July 22 and 23 for trial.

      The Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission(ICPC) had arraigned the former JAMB Registrar on an 18 count charge bordering on diversion of public funds to the tune of over N5 billion naira.

      He was said to have committed the offense during his tenure as Registrar of the National Examination Council (NECO) and JAMB.

      He pleaded not guilty to all the charges and his lawyer, Chief Peter Oluwannishola, SAN urged the court to grant his client bail to enable him prepare for his trial.

  1. Ojerinde was released from Suleja prison on Saturday evening after fully perfecting the N200M bail granted him by a Federal High Court in Abuja on July 8 following his arraignment on corruption charges by the federal government.

  2. Arise, o compatriots, Nigeria’s call obey to serve our fatherland with love and strength and faith the labour of our heroes past shall never be in vain to serve with heart and might one nation bound in freedom peace and unity. O God of creation direct our noble cause guide thou our leaders right

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      Ex-JAMB Registrar, Ojerinde released on bail after 10 days in Prison

      ByClimaxtrend
      JUL 17, 2021

      The former Registrar of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Professor Lawrence Adedibu Ojerinde has at last been released on bail after spending 10 days at the Suleja prison in Niger State.

      Ojerinde was released from Suleja prison on Saturday evening after fully perfecting the N200M bail granted him by a Federal High Court in Abuja on July 8 following his arraignment on corruption charges by the federal government.

      Climaxtrend learnt authoritatively that the former JAMB Registrar stepped out of the prison in the evening when his bail file approved on Friday by Justice Obiora Egwatu got to the prison authorities.

      The delay in meeting up the bail conditions was said to have been due to stringent nature of some aspects of the bail.

      Alleged N5.2bn fraud: Ex-JAMB Registrar, Ojerinde gets N200m bail

      Among others, the legal department of the Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission, ICPC, was reported to have delayed in investigating the documents supplied by his two sureties.

      Climaxtrend gathered that after much efforts, ICPC counsel Mr Emmanuel Shogunle investigated the sureties documents as ordered by the court, confirmed their authenticity and endorsed them.

      Ojerinde reportedly joined his family members and friends thereafter when the Suleja prison authorities acted on the endorsement of Egwuatu.

      Alhaji Jamiyu Opeyeru, one of the close associates of former JAMB Registrar confirmed to Climaxtrend that his friend has breathed the air of freedom.

      “I can confirm to you that Professor Ojerinde, the Asiwaju, has just been released on bail. He has just joined us and I want to thank those who identified with us during this turbulent period.

      “Meeting the bail conditions was not all that easy but thank God we scaled the hurdle successfully. We thank those who volunteered to stand his surety.”

      Opeyeru, however, declined to name the University Professor and the Abuja resident who bailed the ex-JAMB Registrar.

      Court remands Ex-JAMB Registrar, Dibu Ojerinde over alleged N900m fraud

      Justice Obiora Egwuatu in a ruling on Ojerinde’s bail application on July 8 held that bail was at the discretion of the court, adding that there was no evidence before him why the defendant should not be admitted to bail.

      However, he ordered that Ojerinde be admitted to bail in the sum of N200 million naira two sureties in like sum one of whom must be a resident of Abuja with ownership of landed property and show evidence of three years tax payment.

      Justice Egwuatu also directed that the title documents of the landed property in Abuja must be verified by the court along with operatives of ICPC

      The second surety, the Judge held must be a professor of a university.

      The Professor in addition must provide documented evidence of professorship, letter of appointment and staff identity card.

      Justice Egwuatu subsequently fixed July 22 and 23 for trial.

      The Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission(ICPC) had arraigned the former JAMB Registrar on an 18 count charge bordering on diversion of public funds to the tune of over N5 billion naira.

      He was said to have committed the offense during his tenure as Registrar of the National Examination Council (NECO) and JAMB.

      He pleaded not guilty to all the charges and his lawyer, Chief Peter Oluwannishola, SAN urged the court to grant his client bail to enable him prepare for his trial.

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      Naanpoe Paul kamlong says:
      July 18, 2021 at 9:20 AM
      The former Registrar of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Professor Lawrence Adedibu Ojerinde has at last been released on bail after spending 10 days at the Suleja prison in Niger State.

      Ojerinde was released from Suleja prison on Saturday evening after fully perfecting the N200M bail granted him by a Federal High Court in Abuja on July 8 following his arraignment on corruption charges by the federal government.

      Climaxtrend learnt authoritatively that the former JAMB Registrar stepped out of the prison in the evening when his bail file approved on Friday by Justice Obiora Egwatu got to the prison authorities.

      The delay in meeting up the bail conditions was said to have been due to stringent nature of some aspects of the bail.

      Alleged N5.2bn fraud: Ex-JAMB Registrar, Ojerinde gets N200m bail

      Among others, the legal department of the Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission, ICPC, was reported to have delayed in investigating the documents supplied by his two sureties.

      Climaxtrend gathered that after much efforts, ICPC counsel Mr Emmanuel Shogunle investigated the sureties documents as ordered by the court, confirmed their authenticity and endorsed them.

      Ojerinde reportedly joined his family members and friends thereafter when the Suleja prison authorities acted on the endorsement of Egwuatu.

      Alhaji Jamiyu Opeyeru, one of the close associates of former JAMB Registrar confirmed to Climaxtrend that his friend has breathed the air of freedom.

      “I can confirm to you that Professor Ojerinde, the Asiwaju, has just been released on bail. He has just joined us and I want to thank those who identified with us during this turbulent period.

      “Meeting the bail conditions was not all that easy but thank God we scaled the hurdle successfully. We thank those who volunteered to stand his surety.”

      Opeyeru, however, declined to name the University Professor and the Abuja resident who bailed the ex-JAMB Registrar.

      Court remands Ex-JAMB Registrar, Dibu Ojerinde over alleged N900m fraud

      Justice Obiora Egwuatu in a ruling on Ojerinde’s bail application on July 8 held that bail was at the discretion of the court, adding that there was no evidence before him why the defendant should not be admitted to bail.

      However, he ordered that Ojerinde be admitted to bail in the sum of N200 million naira two sureties in like sum one of whom must be a resident of Abuja with ownership of landed property and show evidence of three years tax payment.

      Justice Egwuatu also directed that the title documents of the landed property in Abuja must be verified by the court along with operatives of ICPC

      The second surety, the Judge held must be a professor of a university.

      The Professor in addition must provide documented evidence of professorship, letter of appointment and staff identity card.

      Justice Egwuatu subsequently fixed July 22 and 23 for trial.

      The Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission(ICPC) had arraigned the former JAMB Registrar on an 18 count charge bordering on diversion of public funds to the tune of over N5 billion naira.

      He was said to have committed the offense during his tenure as Registrar of the National Examination Council (NECO) and JAMB.

      He pleaded not guilty to all the charges and his lawyer, Chief Peter Oluwannishola, SAN urged the court to grant his client bail to enable him prepare for his trial.

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      Naanpoe Paul kamlong says:
      July 18, 2021 at 9:20 AM
      The former Registrar of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Professor Lawrence Adedibu Ojerinde has at last been released on bail after spending 10 days at the Suleja prison in Niger State.

      Ojerinde was released from Suleja prison on Saturday evening after fully perfecting the N200M bail granted him by a Federal High Court in Abuja on July 8 following his arraignment on corruption charges by the federal government.

      Climaxtrend learnt authoritatively that the former JAMB Registrar stepped out of the prison in the evening when his bail file approved on Friday by Justice Obiora Egwatu got to the prison authorities.

      The delay in meeting up the bail conditions was said to have been due to stringent nature of some aspects of the bail.

      Alleged N5.2bn fraud: Ex-JAMB Registrar, Ojerinde gets N200m bail

      Among others, the legal department of the Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission, ICPC, was reported to have delayed in investigating the documents supplied by his two sureties.

      Climaxtrend gathered that after much efforts, ICPC counsel Mr Emmanuel Shogunle investigated the sureties documents as ordered by the court, confirmed their authenticity and endorsed them.

      Ojerinde reportedly joined his family members and friends thereafter when the Suleja prison authorities acted on the endorsement of Egwuatu.

      Alhaji Jamiyu Opeyeru, one of the close associates of former JAMB Registrar confirmed to Climaxtrend that his friend has breathed the air of freedom.

      “I can confirm to you that Professor Ojerinde, the Asiwaju, has just been released on bail. He has just joined us and I want to thank those who identified with us during this turbulent period.

      “Meeting the bail conditions was not all that easy but thank God we scaled the hurdle successfully. We thank those who volunteered to stand his surety.”

      Opeyeru, however, declined to name the University Professor and the Abuja resident who bailed the ex-JAMB Registrar.

      Court remands Ex-JAMB Registrar, Dibu Ojerinde over alleged N900m fraud

      Justice Obiora Egwuatu in a ruling on Ojerinde’s bail application on July 8 held that bail was at the discretion of the court, adding that there was no evidence before him why the defendant should not be admitted to bail.

      However, he ordered that Ojerinde be admitted to bail in the sum of N200 million naira two sureties in like sum one of whom must be a resident of Abuja with ownership of landed property and show evidence of three years tax payment.

      Justice Egwuatu also directed that the title documents of the landed property in Abuja must be verified by the court along with operatives of ICPC

      The second surety, the Judge held must be a professor of a university.

      The Professor in addition must provide documented evidence of professorship, letter of appointment and staff identity card.

      Justice Egwuatu subsequently fixed July 22 and 23 for trial.

      The Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission(ICPC) had arraigned the former JAMB Registrar on an 18 count charge bordering on diversion of public funds to the tune of over N5 billion naira.

      He was said to have committed the offense during his tenure as Registrar of the National Examination Council (NECO) and JAMB.

      He pleaded not guilty to all the charges and his lawyer, Chief Peter Oluwannishola, SAN urged the court to grant his client bail to enable him prepare for his trial.

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      Naanpoe Paul kamlong says:
      July 18, 2021 at 9:21 AM
      The former Registrar of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Professor Lawrence Adedibu Ojerinde has at last been released on bail after spending 10 days at the Suleja prison in Niger State.

      Ojerinde was released from Suleja prison on Saturday evening after fully perfecting the N200M bail granted him by a Federal High Court in Abuja on July 8 following his arraignment on corruption charges by the federal government.

      Climaxtrend learnt authoritatively that the former JAMB Registrar stepped out of the prison in the evening when his bail file approved on Friday by Justice Obiora Egwatu got to the prison authorities.

      The delay in meeting up the bail conditions was said to have been due to stringent nature of some aspects of the bail.

      Alleged N5.2bn fraud: Ex-JAMB Registrar, Ojerinde gets N200m bail

      Among others, the legal department of the Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission, ICPC, was reported to have delayed in investigating the documents supplied by his two sureties.

      Climaxtrend gathered that after much efforts, ICPC counsel Mr Emmanuel Shogunle investigated the sureties documents as ordered by the court, confirmed their authenticity and endorsed them.

      Ojerinde reportedly joined his family members and friends thereafter when the Suleja prison authorities acted on the endorsement of Egwuatu.

      Alhaji Jamiyu Opeyeru, one of the close associates of former JAMB Registrar confirmed to Climaxtrend that his friend has breathed the air of freedom.

      “I can confirm to you that Professor Ojerinde, the Asiwaju, has just been released on bail. He has just joined us and I want to thank those who identified with us during this turbulent period.

      “Meeting the bail conditions was not all that easy but thank God we scaled the hurdle successfully. We thank those who volunteered to stand his surety.”

      Opeyeru, however, declined to name the University Professor and the Abuja resident who bailed the ex-JAMB Registrar.

      Court remands Ex-JAMB Registrar, Dibu Ojerinde over alleged N900m fraud

      Justice Obiora Egwuatu in a ruling on Ojerinde’s bail application on July 8 held that bail was at the discretion of the court, adding that there was no evidence before him why the defendant should not be admitted to bail.

      However, he ordered that Ojerinde be admitted to bail in the sum of N200 million naira two sureties in like sum one of whom must be a resident of Abuja with ownership of landed property and show evidence of three years tax payment.

      Justice Egwuatu also directed that the title documents of the landed property in Abuja must be verified by the court along with operatives of ICPC

      The second surety, the Judge held must be a professor of a university.

      The Professor in addition must provide documented evidence of professorship, letter of appointment and staff identity card.

      Justice Egwuatu subsequently fixed July 22 and 23 for trial.

      The Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission(ICPC) had arraigned the former JAMB Registrar on an 18 count charge bordering on diversion of public funds to the tune of over N5 billion naira.

      He was said to have committed the offense during his tenure as Registrar of the National Examination Council (NECO) and JAMB.

      He pleaded not guilty to all the charges and his lawyer, Chief Peter Oluwannishola, SAN urged the court to grant his client bail to enable him prepare for his trial.

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      Mariam Olaniyan says:
      July 18, 2021 at 5:05 AM
      Alright

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      Amaechi blessed says:
      July 18, 2021 at 5:35 AM
      ok

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      Amaechi Chibuokem says:
      July 18, 2021 at 8:09 AM
      ok

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      Amaechi Chibuokem says:
      July 18, 2021 at 8:14 AM
      alright

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      ADEMOLA QAUSIM. Ademola says:
      July 18, 2021 at 8:28 AM
      Alright

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      Victory john says:
      July 18, 2021 at 9:13 AM
      Okey

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      Naanpoe Paul kamlong says:
      July 18, 2021 at 9:19 AM
      The former Registrar of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Professor Lawrence Adedibu Ojerinde has at last been released on bail after spending 10 days at the Suleja prison in Niger State.

      Ojerinde was released from Suleja prison on Saturday evening after fully perfecting the N200M bail granted him by a Federal High Court in Abuja on July 8 following his arraignment on corruption charges by the federal government.

      Climaxtrend learnt authoritatively that the former JAMB Registrar stepped out of the prison in the evening when his bail file approved on Friday by Justice Obiora Egwatu got to the prison authorities.

      The delay in meeting up the bail conditions was said to have been due to stringent nature of some aspects of the bail.

      Alleged N5.2bn fraud: Ex-JAMB Registrar, Ojerinde gets N200m bail

      Among others, the legal department of the Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission, ICPC, was reported to have delayed in investigating the documents supplied by his two sureties.

      Climaxtrend gathered that after much efforts, ICPC counsel Mr Emmanuel Shogunle investigated the sureties documents as ordered by the court, confirmed their authenticity and endorsed them.

      Ojerinde reportedly joined his family members and friends thereafter when the Suleja prison authorities acted on the endorsement of Egwuatu.

      Alhaji Jamiyu Opeyeru, one of the close associates of former JAMB Registrar confirmed to Climaxtrend that his friend has breathed the air of freedom.

      “I can confirm to you that Professor Ojerinde, the Asiwaju, has just been released on bail. He has just joined us and I want to thank those who identified with us during this turbulent period.

      “Meeting the bail conditions was not all that easy but thank God we scaled the hurdle successfully. We thank those who volunteered to stand his surety.”

      Opeyeru, however, declined to name the University Professor and the Abuja resident who bailed the ex-JAMB Registrar.

      Court remands Ex-JAMB Registrar, Dibu Ojerinde over alleged N900m fraud

      Justice Obiora Egwuatu in a ruling on Ojerinde’s bail application on July 8 held that bail was at the discretion of the court, adding that there was no evidence before him why the defendant should not be admitted to bail.

      However, he ordered that Ojerinde be admitted to bail in the sum of N200 million naira two sureties in like sum one of whom must be a resident of Abuja with ownership of landed property and show evidence of three years tax payment.

      Justice Egwuatu also directed that the title documents of the landed property in Abuja must be verified by the court along with operatives of ICPC

      The second surety, the Judge held must be a professor of a university.

      The Professor in addition must provide documented evidence of professorship, letter of appointment and staff identity card.

      Justice Egwuatu subsequently fixed July 22 and 23 for trial.

      The Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission(ICPC) had arraigned the former JAMB Registrar on an 18 count charge bordering on diversion of public funds to the tune of over N5 billion naira.

      He was said to have committed the offense during his tenure as Registrar of the National Examination Council (NECO) and JAMB.

      He pleaded not guilty to all the charges and his lawyer, Chief Peter Oluwannishola, SAN urged the court to grant his client bail to enable him prepare for his trial.

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      Dennis chukwuemeka says:
      July 17, 2021 at 9:25 PM
      Okay ooo

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      Charles Emmanuel says:
      July 17, 2021 at 9:25 PM
      Hmmm

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      Balogun rahman says:
      July 18, 2021 at 4:20 AM
      Very good and amazing😍

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      Ngwu Chukwuemeka says:
      July 18, 2021 at 7:33 AM
      5.2bn , the visible one oooo ,what of the invisible ones

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      Gidado Sodiq Idowu says:
      July 17, 2021 at 9:43 PM
      Okay

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      labajirge Amos says:
      July 17, 2021 at 9:44 PM
      For what reason

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      Bidemi Bakare says:
      July 17, 2021 at 9:44 PM
      This pathetic

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      Emmmanuel Friday says:
      July 17, 2021 at 9:45 PM
      ok kul

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      Ugwu Samuel ifeanyi says:
      July 17, 2021 at 9:51 PM
      Ok na
      Thanks for d info

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      Innocent Raani says:
      July 17, 2021 at 9:53 PM
      Cruise

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      Abdullahi deji says:
      July 17, 2021 at 9:55 PM
      Instead of him to be in prison for years

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      kolawole samson says:
      July 18, 2021 at 6:04 AM
      y dat

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      Innocent Raani says:
      July 17, 2021 at 9:55 PM
      🙄🙄😆😆

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      Olaniyan oluwayomi says:
      July 17, 2021 at 10:06 PM
      Ok

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      kolawole samson says:
      July 18, 2021 at 6:05 AM
      hmmm kk

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      Oduyemi Michael Imole says:
      July 17, 2021 at 10:22 PM
      Thief oooo

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      kolawole samson says:
      July 18, 2021 at 6:07 AM
      kk

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      Eugenious Chinonyerem says:
      July 17, 2021 at 10:33 PM
      Has he been investigated properly

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      Lawan Abubakar says:
      July 17, 2021 at 10:34 PM
      Okay

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      PRINCE UNANDE says:
      July 17, 2021 at 10:46 PM
      Hmmmm

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      Oki Samuel says:
      July 17, 2021 at 11:18 PM
      What is your ideal income I mean how does your job pays you?

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      Harrison Valentine says:
      July 17, 2021 at 11:37 PM
      Way

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      Kingsley Eremah-joseph says:
      July 17, 2021 at 11:38 PM
      Is that

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      Olalere Qudus Opeyemi says:
      July 17, 2021 at 11:58 PM
      Nobody

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      Olalere Qudus Opeyemi says:
      July 18, 2021 at 12:00 AM
      Nawa e

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      Adeeye Tope Mr phenomenal says:
      July 18, 2021 at 12:20 AM
      Alright

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      Raymond Owoicho says:
      July 18, 2021 at 12:34 AM
      Okay

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      Don-duke jack says:
      July 18, 2021 at 12:49 AM
      It’s alright

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      John Adeduntan says:
      July 18, 2021 at 2:17 AM
      That is good

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      Okafor Michael says:
      July 18, 2021 at 2:38 AM
      Okay
      Good

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      Akachukwu okonkwo says:
      July 18, 2021 at 4:50 AM
      Ok great

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      Elizabeth Kanu says:
      July 18, 2021 at 5:03 AM
      That’s good for him

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      Zaharadeen Musa says:
      July 18, 2021 at 5:18 AM
      Hmmmm

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      Adewale Adebayo says:
      July 18, 2021 at 5:25 AM
      oh good

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      Adewale Adebayo says:
      July 18, 2021 at 5:26 AM
      welcome back

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      Amaechi blessed says:
      July 18, 2021 at 5:36 AM
      ok

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      Isaac Obot says:
      July 18, 2021 at 5:38 AM
      Thanks for the update climaxtrend

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      muhammed tijani says:
      July 18, 2021 at 5:39 AM
      Ojerinde was released from Suleja prison on Saturday evening after fully perfecting the N200M bail granted him by a Federal High Court in Abuja on July 8 following his arraignment on corruption charges by the federal government.

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      Adebunmi joseph says:
      July 18, 2021 at 5:39 AM
      Thank God for him

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      kolawole samson says:
      July 18, 2021 at 6:02 AM
      ok good

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      July 18, 2021 at 6:04 AM
      Nice

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      kolawole samson says:
      July 18, 2021 at 6:07 AM
      kk

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      aduralere Ajani says:
      July 18, 2021 at 6:12 AM
      Okay

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      Salahudeen Malik akorede says:
      July 18, 2021 at 6:13 AM
      Good

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      Victor Joseph says:
      July 18, 2021 at 6:41 AM
      This is a job weldone frm agencies who discovered him

      All we want is a better Nigeria

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      Hassan Bello says:
      July 18, 2021 at 6:43 AM
      Thanks

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      Abodunrin Adegoke says:
      July 18, 2021 at 7:05 AM
      Ok

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      Tella Idowu says:
      July 18, 2021 at 7:08 AM
      They will soon forget him case

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      mayowa Makinwa says:
      July 18, 2021 at 7:12 AM
      Kk oo
      Wicked pple

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      Ajoa Timileyin says:
      July 18, 2021 at 7:19 AM
      Aaaa Nigeria😢

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      Ajoa Timileyin says:
      July 18, 2021 at 7:19 AM
      That’s how they do in our country

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      Bolaji Shakirudeen says:
      July 18, 2021 at 7:31 AM
      This is nigeria

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      Bolaji Shakirudeen says:
      July 18, 2021 at 7:35 AM
      Wa ti ma gbo

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      Osum Judith says:
      July 18, 2021 at 7:38 AM
      Arise, o compatriots, Nigeria’s call obey to serve our fatherland with love and strength and faith the labour of our heroes past shall never be in vain to serve with heart and might one nation bound in freedom peace and unity. O God of creation direct our noble cause guide thou our leaders right

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      Prince-kelvin Linus says:
      July 18, 2021 at 7:52 AM
      Bail of 200million out of 5.4billion it unfair at all

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      Sirvick Victor Ogbonnia says:
      July 18, 2021 at 7:53 AM
      Arise, o compatriots, Nigeria’s call obey to serve our fatherland with love and strength and faith the labour of our heroes past shall never be in vain to serve with heart and might one nation bound in freedom peace and unity. O God of creation direct our noble cause guide thou our leaders right

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      Ahmad shehu Shehu says:
      July 18, 2021 at 8:05 AM
      Great

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      Ugwuoke Matthew says:
      July 18, 2021 at 8:21 AM
      What
      Offense
      Did he commit.

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      Taofeek dauda says:
      July 18, 2021 at 8:40 AM
      Ex-JAMB Registrar, Ojerinde released on bail after 10 days in Prison

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      LAWAL OLUWATOBILOBA says:
      July 18, 2021 at 8:54 AM
      Thank God

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