EFCC will welcome criticisms, says Magu
Acting Chairman of Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu, has stated the determination of the Commission to welcome criticisms from the public, stressing that every Nigerian is a potential stakeholder in the fight against corruption.
‘Law School no longer necessary’
On the argument about whether the council of legal education should be restricted to only setting bar examinations, while law graduates prepare themselves for the bar examination, he said law school should be abolished.
‘Compliance with laws will stop building collapse’
This question is very relevant. When a building collapsed or keep collapsing and proper laws are not put in place on who is to be blamed, then we begin to ask and transfer blames on who is or are responsible for the collapse.
NJC probes judges linked to conflicting judgements
Justice Mohammed, who spoke at a special session to mark the commencement of the 2016-2017 legal year and the swearing-in of new Senior Advocates of Nigeria (SANs), said the affected judges were being investigated by...
Proposed emergency economic stabilization bill
The intendment of the proposed bill notwithstanding, the political landscape has suddenly been clouded with speculations equating economic emergency stabilization bill with absolute political power.
‘If all attention is to prosecute and jail people, corruption war will not work’
I believe that things can be done differently nothing from the way they are being done now. Let me inform you that I am a defence counsel for one of those being prosecuted by the EFCC.
2016 Nigerian legal awards will focus on younger lawyers
Fashola stated this during a briefing on the focus of the fourth edition of the legal award slated for October 7th, 2016. According to him, the fourth edition of the award is simply a bridge between economy and law.
Court fixes November 9 on consolidated discount house staff accused of N43.9bn fraud
A Federal High Court, Lagos has fixed the trial of former staff of Consolidated Discount House Limited, who were alleged to have defrauded the company of the sum of N43. 9 billion, to November 9 and 11, 2016.