Ogwemoh, SAN, (FCIArb UK), is the Principal Partner and Head of Chambers at Marine Partners and a renowned name in the field of maritime law; a commercial law expert with unmatchable achievements in the fields of corporate and commercial law who has rendered a range of services to several investors both in the financial and maritime sectors.
He is an expert in international transactions, international finance, banking and finance law, arbitration, real estate, shipping, oil and gas law and a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, United Kingdom and a member of over 12 professional associations.
Ogwemo, an alumnus of the Said Business School, University of Oxford, England and member of the Oxford Business Association, is renowned for his pragmatic approach to addressing clients’ needs and has been able to successfully handle several complex cases touching on various fields of law; dispute resolution, banking and finance, arbitration, real estate, shipping, oil and gas.
He is an avid writer and has delivered papers at various seminars and fora.
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Claim: A viral WhatsApp voice note, purportedly made by the director and CEO of WhatsApp, claims users will have to start paying for WhatsApp services.
Verdict: The viral WhatsApp voice note claim is a hoax. The content is not new and has been circulated as a broadcast message several times in the past.
CLAIM: A Facebook user claims water gotten from snails (snail slime) and peak milk can cure partial or full stroke.
VERDICT: The claim that water gotten from snails (snail slime) and peak milk can cure partial or full stroke is false.
FULL STORY: On July 26, 2020, a Facebook user, Prince Nnamdi Enyinnaya Emelelu Eluwa, in a post claimed that water gotten from snails (Snail slime) and peak milk can cure partial or full stroke. The post which is over a year old has recently been reshared by other Facebook users.
On Monday, August 9, 2021, the World Health Organisation (WHO) confirmed the first case of Marburg virus in West Africa in Guinea. This development has sent shivers down the spines of West Africans who are still grappling with the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. But before this dreaded disease is greeted by rumours and misinformation, here is what you have to know about the virus.APC states to establish Health Emergency Trust Fund…
CLAIM: Several social media posts claim the United States of America (USA) gave Nigeria’s Federal Government 48 hours to detain suspended Deputy Police Commissioner, Abba Kyari, or face severe sanctions.
VERDICT: The claim is false and misleading. The US did not give Nigerian Federal Government 48 hours ultimatum to detain Abba Kyari.