Retired workers charge NNPC to obey decision on harmonised pension
Retired workers of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) have asked the corporation to obey the decision of the court, which ordered it to pay them harmonised pension within 90 days.
Ondo judiciary begins implementation of court automation
To beat the restriction against large gatherings, occasioned by the coronavirus pandemic, the Ondo State Judiciary has started to deploy technology to ensure that nothing stalls justice delivery.
Court strikes out N20b suit against Army, others
A Federal High Court sitting in Akure has struck out a suit filed by some members of Ajakpa Community in Ese-Odo Local Government Area of Ondo State for unlawful occupation of their land by the Army.
Out of court settlement in N58.9b loan dispute inconclusive, parties tell court
Parties in the N58.9billion loan dispute between Pan Ocean Oil Corporation Nigeria Limited (POON), its affiliate companies and Asset Management Company of Nigeria...
Nigeria must globalise legal practice, resolve endless litigations, says Adesina
• My dream to rebuild the NBA, make leadership count •Judges must be God’s representatives on earth Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) and a leading contender for the presidency of the Nigeria Bar Association (NBA), Dele Adesina, in this interview with MARCEL MBAMALU hints on the need to reform the NBA, create better welfare for…
Magu’s investigation: Discordant tunes over style of Justice Salami’s panel
When the presidential committee investigating the alleged mismanagement of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) by its suspended acting chairman, Ibrahim Magu chose to detain him and conduct its 10 days affairs underground and hoard information from the public,
Falana calls for suspension of electricity bill payment
The former president of the West African Bar Association and human rights campaigner, Mr. Femi Falana (SAN) has called for the cancellation of payment of electricity bills across the country as a result of the ravaging coronavirus pandemic.
‘How 2020 elections of the NBA will be rigged’
In his infamous letter issued last month to the 1998 transitional President of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Chief T.J.O. Okpoko, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), senior Nigerian lawyer, Chief Adegboyega Awomolo, himself also a SAN, appealed that “it will be a great failure of leadership
Court fixes July 24 for hearing of Mompha’s application on seized properties
The judge also fixed October 14, for hearing of parties on the no case submission filed by Mompha. Justice Liman fixed the date after listening to the testimony of the last prosecution witness, a director in the defendant’s company, Hamodu Muhammed.
Office of attorney general should be separated from minister of justice, says Olatunji
I have taken a cursory look at the oath of office of President as contained in the seventh schedule to the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (as amended) but I have not been able to see how the president’s use of the Federal Executive Council Chambers