This appeal is against the judgment and orders of the National and State Houses of Assembly Election Tribunal sitting in Makurdi, Benue State.
Is hate speech bill 2019 an indictment of National Orientation Agency?
The bill which seeks to enact an Act of the National Assembly titled “National Commission for the Prohibition of Hate Speeches (Establishment) Bill...
Agbakoba canvasses economic restructuring
Former president of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Dr. Olisa Agbakoba (SAN) has called on Nigerians to suspend all agitations about political restructuring...
Wada asks court to declare him winner of Kogi guber poll
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and its candidate in the November 16 governorship election in Kogi State, Engineer Musa Wada, have gone to court to contest the result of the election.
Don harps on importance of improved legal education in Nigeria
Immediate past head of Department, Jurisprudence, Public and International Law, Abia State University, Prof. Ezenwa Ngwakwe has harped on the importance...
Falana, Odinkalu, Ozekhome, DSS clash at human rights summit
Leading human rights activists are set for a face-off with the top brass of the Directorate of State Security (DSS) and Nigerian Police at the 2019 “Human Rights Summit” in Lagos.
Lawyer asks court to order bank, FIRS to defreeze account
A senior lawyer, Mr. Johnson Esezoobo has asked a Federal High Court, Lagos to direct Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) and First Bank of Nigeria Plc...
‘Hate speech bill is unlawful, illegal, unconstitutional and undemocratic’
Jurisprudentially, law is not static; it is dynamic and evolving with society to meet with social needs. In Nigeria, most of our laws are obsolete, and more so, there are social challenges that are new to us as a country that need to be regulated by laws.
Pharmacists’ council seeks stricter penalty for offenders
Pharmacists Council of Nigeria (PCN) has urged the National Assembly to promptly review the laws put in place to prevent the proliferation of illegal medicine stores and consumption of such illicit substances in the country.
Drafting reliefs to seek enforcement of fundamental rights doesn’t bring it under chapter IV of the constitution
This is an appeal against the ruling of the Federal High Court, Taraba Judicial Division sitting at Jalingo in a Fundamental Rights matter where the Respondent was the Applicant and the Appellant the Respondent.