Onikoyi’s family sues Federal Government, others over properties
The Onikoyi’s family has filed a suit in the Federal High Court, Ikoyi, Lagos asking the court for an order directing the Federal government to include them in future transfer of land and meeting pertaining to return of properties to the Onikoyi Royal Family.
‘Buhari should consider national conference’s recommendations in order to amend constitution’
During the last administration of Dr. Goodluck Jonathan, even before the Confab started, it has already been politicized.
Former Attorney-General advises engineers on importance of will
Former Attorney-General and Commissioner for Justice, Delta State, Mr. Dafe Akpedeye SAN, has counseled engineers on the importance of writing a valid will, which prevents disputes, quarrels and litigations over the estate of a deceased persons.
Code of Conduct tribunal’s (2)
The Code of Conduct Bureau is established pursuant to the Code of Conduct Bureau and Tribunal Act with aims and objectives which include ensuring “…a high standard of morality in the conduct of government business and to ensure that the actions and behaviour of public officers conform to the highest standards of public morality and accountability.
Judge in Lagos rejects EFCC’s disqualification application
A judge of the Federal High Court, Lagos has refused an application by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to disqualify himself from adjudicating on a fundamental rights suit brought by a businessman, Jyde Adelakun.
3 charged with robbing man at gun-point
Three unemployed men -- Olawale Babalola, Oluwafemi Olawale and Akeem Mukaila -- were on Wednesday arraigned in Lagos on charges of robbing a man of his goods at gun-point.
Fake house agent, 48, in court for fraudulent act, stealing N150, 000 from widow
An Ogudu Magistrates’ Court in Lagos State on Wednesday granted N100,000 bail to Fatai Yusuf, 48, charged with fraudulently obtaining N150,000 from a widow.
Jurisdiction of Code of Conduct Tribunal
However, as a law officer, I will warn myself not to comment on the merits or otherwise of any of the pending cases in court. This approach is in line with ethics and demands of professionalism.
Copyrights commission confiscates pirated materials worth billions
The Nigerian Copyrights Commission (NCC) has confiscated a staggering amount of pirated materials with the street value running into billions of Naira so far this year.