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Part 7

Miscellaneous Offences

 

Chapter 50

Cruelly to Animals

 

495.  (1)           Any person who--

 

(a)            cruelly beats, kicks, ill-treats, over-rides, over-drives, over-loads, tortures, infuriates, or terrifies any animal, or causes or procures, or, being the owner, permits any animal to he so used; or

 

(b)           by wantonly or unreasonably doing or omitting to do any act. or causing or procuring the commission or omission of any act, causes any unnecessary suffering, or, being the owner, permits any unnecessary suffering to be caused to any animal; or

 

(c)            conveys or carries, or being the owner, permits to be conveyed or carried any animal in such manner or position as to cause such animal unnecessary suffering; or

 

(d)           wilfully without any reasonable cause or excuse administers, or causes or procures, or, being the owner, permits such administration of, any poisonous or injurious drug or substance to any animal, or wilfully without any reasonable cause or excuse causes any such substance to be taken by any animal; or

 

(e)           subjects, or causes or procures, or, being the owner, permits, to subjected, any animal to any operation which is performed without due care and humanity; or

 

(f)             causes. or procures, or assists at the fighting or baiting of any animal, or keeps, uses, manages, or acts or assists in the management of, any premises or place for the purpose, or partly for the purpose, of fighting or baiting any animal, or permits any place to be so kept, managed or used, or receives or causes or procures any person to receive money for the admission of any person to such premises or place,

 

                 is guilty of an offence of cruelty and is liable to imprisonment for six months or to a fine of fifty naira, or to both such imprisonment and fine.

 

 (2)           For the purposes of this section, an owner shall he deemed to have committed cruelty within the meaning of this Chapter if he shall have failed to exercise reasonable care and supervision in respect of the protection of the animal therefrom:

 

                Provided that, when an owner is convicted of permitting cruelty within the meaning of this Chapter by reason only of his having failed to exercise such care and supervision, he is not liable to imprisonment without the option of a fine.

 

 (3)           Nothing in this Chapter shall apply-

 

(a)            to the commission or omission of any act in the course of the destruction, or the preparation for destruction, of any animal as food for mankind, unless such destruction or such preparation was accompanied by the infliction of unnecessary suffering; or

 

(b)            to the coursing or hunting of any captive animal, unless such animal is liberated in an injured, mutilated or exhausted condition; but a captive animal shall not, for the purposes of this section, be deemed to be coursed or hunted before it is liberated for the purpose of being coursed or hunted, or after it has been recaptured, or if it is under control.

 

496.         When the owner of any animal is convicted of an offence of cruelty under the last preceding section, it shall he lawful for the court, if the court is satisfied that it would be cruel to keep the animal alive, to direct that the animal be destroyed, and to assign the animal to a suitable person for that purpose. Any reasonable expenses incurred in destroying the animal may be ordered by the court to be paid by the owner, and thereupon shall be recoverable in like manner as a fine.

 

497.         If the owner of any animal shall be guilty of cruelty within the meaning of this Chapter to any animal, the court upon his conviction thereof, may if it thinks fit, in addition to any other punishment, deprive such person of the ownership of the animal, and may make such order as to the disposal of the animal as it may think fit:

 

                Provided that no order shall be made under this section, unless it is shown by evidence as to a previous conviction, or as to the character of the owner, or otherwise, that the animal, if left with the owner, is likely to be exposed to further cruelty.

 

498.         When a person in charge of an animal or vehicle is arrested it shall be lawful for any police officer to take charge of such animal or vehicle and to deposit the same in a place of safe custody until the termination of the proceedings or until the court shall direct such animal or vehicle to be delivered to the person charged or to the owner, and the reasonable costs of such detention, including the reasonable costs of any veterinary treatment shall, in the event of a conviction in respect of the animal, be paid by the owner, and such costs may be recovered in like manner as a fine.

 

499.         In this Chapter, unless the context otherwise requires-

 

                "animal" means any domestic or captive animal;

 

                "captive animal" means any animal (not being a domestic animal) of whatsoever kind or species, including any bird, fish or reptile, which is in captivity, or confinement, or which is maimed, pinioned or subjected to any appliance or contrivance for the purpose of hindering or preventing its escape from captivity or confinement;

 

                "domestic animal" means any animal or bird which is tamed or which has been or is being sufficiently tamed to serve some purpose for the use of man.

 

 

Chapter 51

Miscellaneous offences in relation to Ships and Wharves

 

 

500.         In this Chapter, unless the context otherwise requires-

 

                "crew" includes masters, mates, pilots, engineers, stokers, deckhands and all persons engaged in the navigation or service of the ship;

 

                "Government" means the government of the Federation and includes a State government;

 

                "passenger steamer" means every steamship carrying one or more persons other than the crew, and the owner, his family, friends and servants;

 

                "ship" includes every description of vessel in the service of the Government and every passenger steamer employed in local navigation on the inland and territorial waters of Nigeria.

 

501.  (1)          If any of the following offences is committed on any ship-

 

(a)            if any person being drunk or disorderly has been on that account refused admission thereto by any duly authorised member of the crew and nevertheless persists in. attempting to enter the ship;

 

(b)            if any person being drunk or disorderly on board the ship is requested by any duly authorised member of the crew to leave the ship at any place at which he can conveniently do so, and does not comply with the request;

 

(c)            if any person on board the ship, after warning by any duly authorised member of the crew molests or continues to molest any passenger;

 

(d)            if any person shall obstruct, impede or molest the crew or any member of them in the navigation or management of the ship;

 

(e)            if any person, after having been refused admission to the ship by any duly authorised member of the crew on account of the ship being full, persists in attempting to enter the ship;

 

(f)             if any person having gone on board the ship at any place and being requested, on account of the ship being full, by any duly authorised member of the crew to leave the ship, before it has quitted that place, does not comply with that request;

 

(g)           if any person travels or attempts to travel in the ship without first paying his fare and with intent to avoid payment thereof,

 

(h)            if any person having paid his fare for a certain distance, knowingly and wilfully proceeds in the ship beyond that distance without first paying the additional fare for the additional distance, and with intent to avoid payment thereof;

 

(i)             if any person on arriving in a ship at the point to which he has paid his fare knowingly and wilfully refuses or neglects to quit the ship;

 

(j)             if any person on board the ship fails when requested by any duly authorised member of the crew either to pay his fare or exhibit such ticket or other receipt, if any, showing the payment of his fare, as is usually given to persons travelling by and paying their fare on the ship;

 

(k)            if any person travels or attempts to travel in that part of a ship which is set apart for passengers of a superior class to that for which he holds a ticket;

 

(l)             if any person travels or attempts to travel in any ship or part of a ship which is not set apart for public passengers and on being ordered by any duly authorised member of the crew to leave such place refuses so to do; the person so offending shall for such offence be liable to a fine of ten naira but that liability shall not prejudice the recovery of any fare payable by him.

 

 (2)           Any member of the crew in charge of any ship, and all persons called by him to his assistance, may, without warrant, arrest any person who commits any offence against this section and whose name and address are unknown to him.

 

 (3)           Any person who commits an offence against this section and on the application of the officer or quartermaster in charge of the ship, refuses to give his name and address, or gives a false name or address, shall be liable to a fine of forty naira.

 

502.  (1)           Any person who-

 

(a)            not being a passenger by a ship or not having purchased a ticket to travel by a ship enters upon any enclosed quay, wharf, or landing place, and on being ordered to leave such quay, wharf, or landing place by any servant of the Nigerian Ports Authority or person in charge of such quay, wharf, or landing place or any police officer refuses to do so; or

 

(b)            not being a passenger by a ship or not having purchased a ticket to travel by a ship attempts to enter upon any enclosed quay, wharf or landing place, and on being ordered to desist by any servant of the Nigerian Ports Authority or person in charge of such quay, wharf or landing place, or any police officer persists in so doing;

 

                 is guilty of a simple offence and is liable to a fine of four naira or in default to imprisonment for one month.

 

 (2)           Any duly authorised member of the crew or any police officer and all persons called by him to his assistance may, without warrant, arrest any person who commits any offence against this section and whose name and address are unknown to him.

 

503.         Any duly authorised member of the crew of any ship may refuse to receive on board thereof any person who by reason of drunkenness or otherwise is in such a state, or misconducts himself in such a manner, as to cause annoyance or injury to passengers on board, and if any such person is on board, may put him on shore at any convenient place.

 

504.         For the purpose of giving jurisdiction under this Chapter, every offence shall be deemed to have been committed and every cause of complaint to have arisen either in the district in which the same actually was committed or arose, or in any district in which the offender or person complained against is or may he found.

 

 

Chapter 52

Offences by Members of a Crew

 

 

505.         In this Chapter unless the context otherwise requires- "Government" means the government of the Federation and includes a State government;

 

                "ship" includes every description of vessel used in inland navigation or in the service of the Government, but does not include-

 

(a)           ocean-going ships not in the service of the Government; or

 

(b)           vessels or canoes of local manufacture;

 

                voyage" means the period from the date of the entry of the starting of a ship in the ship's log to the date when the ship's log is handed over to the employer or his agent and the voyage terminates.

 

506.         A person serving in the crew of a ship shall complete any voyage the ship may be engaged in making when the period of his engagement expires:

 

                Provided that the person serving after the term of his agreement has expired shall be paid up to the date of the termination of the voyage, at the rate stipulated for under the terms of the agreement under which he is serving.

 

507.  (1)           Any person who-

 

(i)             having entered into an agreement to serve in the crew of any ship fails to enter upon his employment; or

 

(ii)           being a member of the crew of any ship,

 

(a)            deserts or without leave or lawful cause absents himself from duty;

 

(b)            is intoxicated during working hours;

 

(c)            refuses without reasonable excuse therefor to obey the order of any person in authority over him;

 

(d)            uses abusive or insulting language to any person in authority over him;

 

(e)            wilfully does any act tending to the loss of or damage or serious risk to his employers' property;

 

(f)             refuses or omits without reasonable cause to do any act proper and requisite to be done by him for preserving his employers' property;

 

                is guilty of a simple offence and is liable to a fine of ten naira.

 

 (2)           Any person serving in the crew of any ship who combines with any of the crew to disobey lawful commands, or to neglect duty, or to impede the navigation of the ship or the progress of the voyage shall be liable to imprisonment for three months.

 

 (3)           The offender may be tried in any place where he is or to which he may be brought.

 

 (4)           A master or person in charge of an ocean-going ship may inquire into any offence under this section, and may impose upon the offender a fine not exceeding ten naira to be levied by stoppage from the offender's wages.

 

 

 

Part 8

Preparation to Commit Offences: Conspiracy: Accessories after the Fact

 

 

Chapter 53

Attempts, Incitements, and Preparations to Commit Offences: Neglect to prevent Commission of Felony

 

 

508.         Any person who attempts to commit a felony or misdemeanour is guilty of an offence, which, unless otherwise stated, is a misdemeanour.

 

509.         Any person who attempts to commit a felony of such a kind that person convicted of it is liable to the punishment of death or of imprisonment for a term of fourteen years or upwards, with or without other punishment, is guilty of a felony, and is liable, if no other punishment is provided, to imprisonment for seven years.

 

                 Any person who attempts to commit a felony of any other kind is liable, if no other punishment is provided, to a punishment equal to one-half of the greatest punishment to which an offender convicted of the felony which he attempted to commit is liable.

 

510.         Any person who attempts to commit a misdemeanour is liable if no other punishment is provided, to a punishment equal to one-half of the greatest punishment to which an offender convicted of the offence which he attempted to commit is liable.

 

511.         Any person who attempts to commit a simple offence is liable, if no other punishment is provided, to one-half of the greatest punishment to which an offender convicted of the offence which he attempted to commit is liable.

 

512.         When a person is convicted of attempting to commit an offence, if it is proved that he desisted of his own motion from the further prosecution of his intention, without its fulfilment being prevented by circumstances independent of will, he is liable to one-half only of the punishment to which he would otherwise be liable. If that punishment is imprisonment for life, the greatest punishment to which he is liable is imprisonment for seven years.

 

513.  (1)           Any person who attempts to procure another to do an act or make an omission of such a nature that if he himself were to do the act or make the omission he would be guilty of an offence, is himself to be deemed guilty of attempting to commit such offence and to be punishable accordingly.

 

 (2)           Any person who while in Nigeria attempts to procure another to do an act or make an omission at a place not in Nigeria of such a nature--

 

(a)            that if he were himself to do the act or make the omission in Nigeria he would he guilty of an offence; and

 

(b)            that if he were himself to do the act or make the omission at the place where the act or omission is proposed to be done or made he would himself be guilty of an offence under the laws in force at that place, is guilty of an offence of the same kind and is liable to the same punishment as if he were himself to attempt to do the same act or make the same omission in Nigeria.

 

514.         Any person who makes or knowingly has in his possession any explosive substance, or any dangerous or noxious engine, instrument, or thing whatever, with intent by means thereof to commit, or for the purpose of enabling any other person by means thereof to commit, any felony, is guilty of a felony, and is liable to imprisonment for three years.

 

515.         Every person who, knowing that a person designs to commit or is committing a felony, fails to use all reasonable means to prevent the commission or completion thereof, is guilty of a misdemeanour, and is liable to imprisonment for two years.

 

 

Chapter 54

Conspiracy

 

 

516.         Any person who conspires with another to commit any felony, or to do any act in any part of the world which if done in Nigeria would be a felony, and which is an offence under the laws in force in the place where it is proposed to be done, is guilty of a felony, and is liable, if no other punishment is provided, to imprisonment for seven years, or, if the greatest punishment to which a person convicted of the felony in question is liable is less than imprisonment for seven years, then to such lesser punishment.

 

516A.  (1)        Any person who while in a State conspires with another to do any act not in the State which if done in the State would be a felony against the law of the State and which is an offence against the law of the place where it is proposed to be done, is guilty of a felony and is liable, if no other punishment is provided, to imprisonment for seven years, or, if the greatest punishment to which a person convicted of the felony in question is liable is less than imprisonment for seven years, then to such lesser punishment.

 

 (2)           In this section and section 517A "law of a State" has the meaning assigned to it in section 10A of this code.

 

517.         Any person who conspires with another to commit any offence which is not a felony, or to do any act in any part of the world, which if done in Nigeria would be an offence but not a felony, and which is an offence under the laws in force in the place where it is proposed to be done, is guilty of a misdemeanour and is liable to imprisonment for two years.

 

                The offender cannot be arrested without warrant.

 

517A.      Any person who while in a State conspires with another to do any act not in the State which if done in the State would be an offence against the law of the State (other than a felony) and, which is an offence against the law of the place where it is proposed to be done is guilty of a misdemeanour and is liable to imprisonment for two years.

 

                 The offender cannot be arrested without warrant.

 

518.         Any person who conspires with another to effect any of the following purposes-

 

 (1)           to prevent or defeat the execution or enforcement of any Act, Law, Statute, or Order; or

 

 (2)           to cause any injury to the person or reputation of any person, or to depreciate the value of any property of any person; or

 

 (3)           to prevent or obstruct the free and lawful disposition of any property by the owner thereof for its fair value; or

 

 (4)           to injure any person in his trade or profession; or

 

 (5)           to prevent or obstruct, by means of any act or acts which if done by an individual person would constitute an offence on his part, the free and lawful exercise by any person of his trade, profession, or occupation; or

 

 (6)           to effect any unlawful purpose; or

 

 (7)           to effect any lawful purpose by any unlawful means;

 

                 is guilty of a misdemeanour, and is liable to imprisonment for two years. An offender cannot be arrested without warrant.

 

518A.  (1)      The provisions of sections 516 to 518 shall not apply to an agreement or combination of two or more persons to do or procure to be done any act in contemplation or furtherance of a trade dispute if such act committed by one person would not he punishable as an offence: Provided that nothing in this section shall exempt from punishment any persons guilty of a conspiracy for which a punishment is provided by any other enactment:

 

                        And provided further that nothing in this section shall affect the law relating to riot, unlawful assembly, breach of the peace, or sedition, or any offence against the State.

 

 (2)           For the purposes of this section-

 

                "offence" does not include an offence punishable only by a fine; and

 

                "trade dispute" has the same meaning as in the Trade Unions Act. CHAPTER 55-Accessories after the Fact

 

519.         Any person who becomes an accessory after the fact to a felony is guilty of a felony, and is liable, if no other punishment is provided, to imprisonment for two years.

 

520.         Any person who becomes an accessory after the fact to a misdemeanour is guilty of a misdemeanour, and is liable to a punishment equal to one-half of the greatest punishment to which the principal offender is liable on conviction.

 

521.         Any person who becomes an accessory after the fact to a simple offence is guilty of a simple offence, and is liable to a punishment equal to one-half of the greatest punishment to which the principal offender is liable on conviction.

 

 

 

Federal Sections

 

See Preface

 

The following sections of the Criminal Code are, in the opinion of the Committee, purely Federal-

 

 

12

49A

233A

13

49B

345

14

49C

449

20

58

454

38

78

459

44

79

459A

45

87

459B

46

146-189

460

46A

190A

482

47

194

483

48

195

491

49

196

492-493

 

 

 

Subsidiary Legislation

 

List of Subsidiary Legislation PAGE

 

1.            Prohibited Publications Orders 3300.

 

2.            Unlawful Societies Order 3303

 

3.            Witchcraft and Juju Order 3304

 

4.            Race Club Lotteries and Sweepstakes Notices 3306

 

 

Prohibited Publications Orders

 

Under section 58(1) of the Criminal Code

 

 

1.             This Order may be cited as the Prohibited Publication ("For a Pan-African Trade Union Conference") Order.

 

2.             The importation into Nigeria of a publication purporting to he issued by the World Federation of Trade Unions and entitled "For a Pan-African Trade Union Conference" is hereby prohibited.

 

1.             This Order may be cited as the Prohibition of Publications (Film: "The Road to Peace") Order.

 

2.             The importation into Nigeria of a publication purporting to be issued by the World Peace Council and entitled "The Road to Peace" is hereby prohibited.

 

1.             This Order may be cited as the Criminal Code (Prohibited Publication) Order.

 

2.             The importation into Nigeria of the following publication, that is to say, the cinematograph film entitled "Song of the Rivers" is hereby prohibited.

 

1.             This Order may be cited as the Criminal Code (Prohibited Importations) Order.

 

2.             The importation into Nigeria of-

 

(a)           any of the publications specified in Part A of the Schedule to this Order; and

 

(b)           any past or future issue of the periodical publications specified in Part B of the Schedule to this Order, is hereby prohibited.

 

 

 

Part A

 

 

Publication

Publisher

This the I.U.S., 1953.

International Union of Students.

For Real Social Security.

World Federation of Trade Unions.

Terror in Kenya.

W.F.T.U. Publications Ltd., London.

For Peace and Friendship: The Work of the Third World Youth Congress.

"World Youth" Magazine, Organ of the World Federation of Democratic Youth.

The Colonies. The Way Forward.

The Communist Party, London- November, 1944.

Work with the Masses.

W.F.T.U. Publications Ltd., London, W.C.2.

Under the Banner of Unity and International Solidarity.

W.F.T.U. Publications Ltd., London, W.C.2.

Defend Trade Union Rights.

Published in September, 1952, by W.F.T.U. Publications Ltd., London, W.C.2.

Report of the Commission of the Women's International Democratic Federation in Korea, May 16th to 27th, 1951.

Women's International Democratic Federation, Berlin, Germany.

The Mask is Off.

Thames Publications Ltd., England.

The Right to Live.

Kenya Committee, 86 Rochester Row, London, S.W. I.

Kenya under the Iron Heel.

Movement for a Democracy of Content, Contemporary Press, 26 Heber Road, London, N.W.2.

 

 

Part B

 

 

World Youth.

World Federation of Democratic Youth/World Youth, Budapest, Hungary.

Information Service, World Federation of Democratic Youth.

World Federation of Democratic Youth/World Youth, Budapest, Hungary.

Press Communique, World Federation of Democratic Youth.

World Federation of Democratic Youth/World Youth, Budapest, Hungary.

Annual Diary.

World Federation of Democratic Youth/World Youth, Budapest, Hungary.

News Service, International Union of Students.

Press and Information Department, International Union of Students, Prague, Czechoslovakia.

Information Service, International Union of Students.

International Union of Students, Prague, Czechoslovakia.

Press Communique, International Union of Students.

International Union of Students, Prague, Czechoslovakia.

World Student News.

International Union of Students, Prague, Czechoslovakia.

Annual Diary.

International Union of Students, Prague, Czechoslovakia.

Czechoslovakia Information Bulletin.

Central Council of Trade Unions, Prague, Czechoslovakia.

World Trade Union Movement.

World Federation of Trade Unions Publications Ltd., London, W.C.2.

Information Bulletin.

International of Agricultural and Forestry Workers Trade Unions and Working Peasants Organisations, Rome, Italy.

Special Information Bulletin published by Women's International Democratic Federation.

Women's International Democratic Federation, Berlin, Germany.

Women of the Whole World.

Women's International Democratic Federation, Berlin, Germany.

Africa News Letter.

Africa Committee of the Communist Party, London, W.C.2.

Africa Bulletin.

M. Basset, London, N.W.3.

21st February (Special News paper for the 21st February).

World Federation of Democratic Youth, Budapest, Hungary.

Article Service, World Federation of Democratic Youth.

World Federation of Democratic Youth, Budapest, Hungary.

For a Lasting Peace for a People's Democracy.

Information Bureau of the Communist and Workers' Parties, Bucharest, Rumania.

Information Bulletin of the Hungarian Trade Unions.

The Central Council of Hungarian Trade Unions, Budapest, Hungary.

Festival.

Newspaper of the International Prepatory Committee.

 

 

1.             The importation into Nigeria of the magazine entitled the "Peking Review", a weekly magazine of Chinese news and views, is hereby prohibited.

 

2.             This Order may be cited as the Criminal Code (Prohibited Importations) Order.

 

 

Unlawful Societies Order

 

under section 62(2)(ii) of the Criminal Code Act

 

               The following societies are hereby declared to be dangerous to the good government of Nigeria-

 

(a)          The society known as "Akpambe".

 

(b)           The society known as "Ukikwe".

 

(c)           The society known as "Ogrinia".

 

(d)           The society known as "Ekpa". 42 of 1948.

 

(e)           The society now operating in the ljebu Province and purporting to operate under the style of Majeobaje or Majekobaje.

 

                The following societies are hereby declared for the purposes of Chapter 9 of the Criminal Code to be societies dangerous to the good government of Nigeria-

 

(f)            The society commonly known as the Zikist Movement.

 

(g)           The society commonly known as Gbogbo Agbaiye.

 

(h)           The society commonly known as Aiye Peju.

 

(i)             The society commonly known as the Union des Populations du Cameroun.

 

(j)             The society commonly known as the Cameroons Democratic Youth but with the alternative French title Jeunesse Democratique Camerounaise.

 

(k)            The society commonly known as the Kamerun Women's Democratic Union but with the alternative French title Union des Femmes Camerounaises.

 

               The society commonly. known as the "Sawaba Party" or alternatively Parti Sawaba.

 

 

Witchcraft and Juju Order

 

under sections 207(2) and 210(f)

 

                The worship or invocation of the jujus hereinafter mentioned is hereby prohibited-

 

 (1)           The juju commonly called Sopono, the god of smallpox;

 

 (2)           The juju commonly called Chuku, or the Long Juju;

 

 (3)          The juju commonly called Obonorio or Obonorie;

 

 (4)           The juju commonly called Iffalluni;

 

 (5)          The juju commonly called Afa;

 

 (6)          The juju known as Akpakpage, situated in the town of Asagba in the Warri Province;

 

 (7)          The juju commonly known as Nwadiani;

 

 (8)          The jujus known as Abara (Agbara, Abala) or Igwe and Raba.

 

 (9)           The juju commonly called Nwa-Chuku or Onyilora.

 

 (10)        The juju commonly called Odene.

 

 (11)         The juju known as Onene.

 

                The making, use or possession of the drum known as the Ikoro drum, which is believed to be associated with human sacrifice or other unlawful practice, is hereby prohibited.

 

1.             The worship or invocation of the juju known as "Nyambuan" is hereby prohibited.

 

2.             The making, use, or possession of any drug, charm or other article associated with the cult of the juju "Nyambuan" is hereby prohibited.

 

1.             The worship or invocation of the juju known as "Mam" is hereby prohibited.

 

2.             The making, use, or possession of any drug, charm or other article associated with the cult of the juju "Mam" is hereby prohibited.

 

1.             The worship or invocation of the jujus known as "Chikelagulu" and "lyiakpu" is hereby prohibited.

 

2.             The making, use, or possession of any drug, charity or other article associated with the cult of the jujus "Chikelagulu" or "lyiakpu" is hereby prohibited.

 

1.             The worship or invocation of the juju known as "Ofufe" is hereby prohibited.

 

2.             The making, use, or possession-of any drug, charm or other article associated with the cult of the juju "Ofufe" is hereby prohibited.

 

1.             This Order may be cited as the Prohibited Juju (Atinga) Order.

 

2.             The worship or invocation of the juju known as "Atinga" is hereby prohibited.

 

3.             The making, use, or possession of any drug, charm or other article associated with the cult of the juju known as "Atinga" is hereby prohibited.

 

1.             This Order may be cited as the Prohibited Juju (Angulama-nom- awo) Order.

 

2.             The worship or invocation of the juju known as "Angulama-nom-awo" is hereby prohibited.

 

3.             The making, use or possession of any drug, charm, image or other article whatsoever which is associated with the invocation or cult of the juju "Angulama-nom-awo" is hereby prohibited.

 

 

Race Club Lotteries and Sweepstakes Notices

 

under section 240D(I) of the Criminal Code Act

 

                In accordance with the powers vested in him by section 240D(I) of the Criminal Code Act the Governor has extended the provisions of the said section to the following race club:

 

                The Lagos Race Club.