Many Lies Against Hon. Saheed Mosadoluwa To Defame His Character Unveiled

Attempts by some persons to defame the character of Hon. Saheed Mosadoluwa, popularly known as Ibile, the CEO of Harmony Gardens  in a case involving allegations of criminal conspiracy, aiding and abetting, giving false information, defamation of character, cyberstalking, cyberbullying, and threats to life is being heard in a competent court of law.

This alleged conspiracy and falsehood against Hon. Saheed Mosadoluwa is being peddled by a former governorship who is no longer in the country and his cohorts . 

In a legal reaction, through a letter No. CR:3000/X/FHQ/ABJ/SWAT/T.A’1 VOL.64 dated 17th August, 2022, with a duplicate case file attached for legal advice, a set of criminal charges against certain individuals which Includes the alleged defamatory by the former governorship aspirants and his fellow oppressors.

The complainants, in this case, are Hon. Saheed Mosadoluwa and Folashade Balogun, filed a petition alleging misconduct by the suspects. Among the accused are Mrs.Fausat, Mr. Gbadamasi, Mrs Igbinoba, and others, including Mrs. Olukemi Olunloyo and Mr. Goodluck. 

Meanwhile, Igbinnoba was said to be quoted at the Yaba Magistrate Court on Wednesday allegedly boasting that he will  get the charges withdrawn in court.

The case revolves around a land sale transaction that took place in June 2021. The petitioner, through an agent, advertised the sale of land, and one Mrs Fausat expressed interest in purchasing five hectares of land at the rate of N4,000,000.00 per plot. The total value of the transaction amounted to N120,000,000.00.

However, as the legal proceedings unfolds, the defendants are now facing charges before the Federal High Court of Nigeria in the Abuja Judicial Division. The charges include alleged conspiracy to transmit false messages via social media, providing false information about the revocation of land title documents, and intentionally sending defamatory messages.

The prosecution alleges that the defendants conspired to transmit false messages through social media networks, with the intent to cause annoyance, inconvenience, danger, obstruction, insult, injury, hatred, and enmity against Hon. Saheed Mosadoluwa and Ms Folashade Balogun. These actions are said to have violated Section 27(1) of the Cybercrime (Prohibition and Prevention etc) Act, 2015.

Furthermore, the defendants are accused of lying to the police about being informed by an undisclosed person from the Ministry that the land title documents were revoked and taken over by the State Government. Such false representation is said to contravene Section 39(2)(a) of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (Establishment) Act, 2004.

However, the court proceedings will determine the veracity of the charges and whether the defendants will be held accountable for their actions.

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