Terrorist Henry Okah has been sentenced to 24 years in prison by the South Gauteng High Court for three bomb blasts that killed 13 people altogether.
Nigerian Henry Okah has briefly appeared in the high court in Johannesburg ahead of his sentencing, before a short adjournment was announced.
The sentencing process of Nigerian terrorist Henry Okah has been postponed until February 28 by the High Court in Johannesburg.
Nigerian terrorist Henry Okah has been found guilty of masterminding two car bombings in Abuja in October last year, by the South Gauteng High Court.
Nigerian security authorities were informed of an imminent attack before the 2010 terrorist bombings in Abuja that left 12 people dead and 36 injured.
Nigeria's President Goodluck Jonathan has shown a willingness to offer terror-accused Henry Okah an olive branch to pacify the volatile Niger Delta.
Niger Delta Minister Godsday Orubebe has given a grisly account of the 2010 bombings in Abuja as the trial of Henry Okah begins.
Alleged terror mastermind Henry Okah has accused his native country's government of being behind a bombing in which he is to stand trial.
Henry Okah, accused of planning Nigeria's deadly Independence Day bombings last year, will go on trial in Johannesburg in January, a court has heard.
Cellphones, chargers, a map and papers with telephone numbers were seized in a raid on the prison cell of Nigerian terror accused Henry Okah.
The case against Nigerian terror-accused Henry Okah was remanded until April 18 at the Johannesburg Magistrate's Court on Friday.
A court hasrejected a bail appeal for Henry Okah, the suspected ex-militant leader accused of ordering car bombings on Nigeria's independence day.
Nigerian terror accused, Henry Okah, plans to appeal against a decision to deny him bail in the Randburg Magistrate's Court on Tuesday.
A Nigerian court has denied bail to the brother of an alleged militant leader charged with kidnapping and bombings in Nigeria's capital.
Mend threatened to cripple the country's oil sector after Nigeria's military confirmed it arrested militants believed to have kidnapped oil workers.
It was hard to believe that the broad-shouldered man who jogged up the stairs from the holding cells could be a terrorist.
Nigerian terror-accused Henry Okah was denied bail by the Johannesburg Magistrate's Court on Friday despite denying being the leader of Mend.
An announcement this week linking Henry Okah to a car bomb explosion in Warri in March could deal a fresh blow to his bail application in SA.
Nigerian terrorism accused Henry Okah's bail application was postponed again in the Johannesburg Magistrate's Court on Tuesday.
Henry Okah would on Thursday hear if his bail bid was successful, as the state was expected to produce evidence linking him to bombings in Nigeria.