“Government did not make a dime from the sale of the electricity assets, all monies realized were used to settle old electricity staffs. After acquisition of the assets, those who acquired had no money to take it to the next level.”
Technologically adept senior advocates get recognition
Managing director of the firm, Mr. Ope Olugasa, said it is an unprecedented recognition of intellectual sagacity and immense contribution to the development of law and justice in Nigeria.
Lawyer sues FG over unreleased entrance examination’s result
The claimant is asking for the sum of N1, 250,000 as damages in favour of Malcolm Jnr. Ogheneyorheme Omirhobo, an infant and his son, who he is standing in for as next friend.
Students ask for legislation on electronic voting system in tertiary institutions
They also decried poor infrastructural facilities in their institutions, demanding urgent intervention by the relevant authorities to make specific laws of items and equipment’s that must be in place in various institutions.
Convicted vandal gets three years jail sentence in Abia
The court presided over by Mr. Orgmore Ebubedike Kalu was told that Onuorah, who pleaded guilty to the charge, was arrested by some natives after vandalizing the stated item and that he pleaded guilty to the charge.
Firm prays court to windup another over alleged N57.6m debt
A firm, AYM Shafa Limited, has filed a winding-up application at the federal high court, Lagos against Omritas Energy Limited over its inability to pay an alleged debt of N57.6 million.
‘About 34 medical workers to treat 400 people free each day, at NBA conference’
We had already achieved some tremendous success from the point of view that we have distributed over 8,500 tablets to all nooks and crannies of Nigeria.
‘It is unfitting for a docked judge to be recalled’
Judicial officers who were indicted and suspended from office were recently recalled on the ground that there are no charges preferred against them since their suspension or have been exonerated by the court...
Knocks for House of Reps over NGO regulation bill
These are not the best of times for the federal lawmakers. They have been in the news for mostly the wrong reasons in the recent times. It is either their outrageous salaries and allowances or their superiority contest with the executive are on public discourse.
Firm sues church, bank, demands USD$14.6m compensation
DN Tyre and Rubber Plc., formerly Dunlop Nigeria Plc has sued a commercial bank and a Lagos church before a Lagos High Court, Ikeja, over alleged forceful takeover of their property at Oba Akran Avenue, Ikeja.