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...
House of Assembly is competent to make laws in respect of intra-inland waterways in Lagos
The 1st and 2nd Respondents who are representatives of the Boat Operators, Water Transporters and Dredgers Association via an Originating Summons dated 22nd May 2012 instituted an action at Lagos Division...
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.
NAFDAC seeks stiffer punishment for counterfeiters, drug offenders
The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has presented a bill before the National Assembly to seek increased punishment for drug offenders and counterfeiters.
Inspire public confidence in seeking files from EFCC, Osigwe tells AGF
The office of the AGF had accused the EFCC of not willing to hand in files of high profile cases in its custody in order to enable the National Prosecutorial Committee study and take action on them and therefore issued a directive to that effect.
CPC secures N17m judgment against Coca-Cola
The Director General of Consumers Protection Council (CPC) Mr. Babatunde Irukera has secured a N17 million judgment against Coca-Cola International Company at the Supreme Court for wrongfully terminating the employment of a Nigerian, Mrs. Titilayo Akisanya.
When law professors ‘Re-Kant’
In his most recent interview, in August 2017, the following quote was attributed to him, in response to a question about media trials – “Our attitude to media trial is that we will ‘media try’.
How implementation of ACJA can help decongest prisons
The arbitrary and excessive use of pre-trial detention in Nigeria, besides being a driving factor for increasing prison rates, is a massive form of human rights abuse.
Help bring generational shift in political leadership, Agbakoba urges Obasanjo
Former president of the Nigeria Bar Association (NBA), Dr. Olisa Agbakoba (SAN) has called on the ex-Nigerian president, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo to use his political clout to bring generational shift in political leadership.
No, all is not well
The premise underlying all think-pieces, postulations and reflections on the future of Nigeria and the steps it needs to take towards reforming itself and turning all its little cogs...