Monarch urges Ambode to enforce apex court judgment
The Oniba of Iba kingdom, Oba Yushau Goriola Oseni and the Oniba Chieftaincy family have urged the Lagos State government to ensure compliance with a Supreme Court judgment on the ownership of their land at Ilemba Awori and Ilemba Hausa communities in Ojo town.
‘E-filing requires amendment in Lagos State judiciary’
A Lagos based lawyer, Mr Oluwole Kehinde has said the e-filing process in the Lagos Judiciary requires amendment.He made this known in an interview with The Guardian. According to him, the present e-filing process is not only cumbersome but also causing a lot of delay.
Tenure extension/re-election as a compensatory remedy for illegal interruption of a governor’s tenure
Recently, Governor Ayodele Fayose made headline news with a statement credited to him, which signalled his intention to seek for a tenure elongation or re-election for a compensatory tenure to make up for the unexhausted part of his truncated first tenure.
Order Lagos to give us building permit, church tells court
The Incorporated Trustees of Word of Life Bible Church has asked a Lagos High Court, Igbosere, to order the state government to issue it with building permit for its plot of land in Victoria Island, having paid all necessary fees assessed by the state in respect of the planned structure.
Nigeria’s changing legal landscape to be analysed in 2017 report
Diana Rus, OBG’s country director, said she was confident that Stillwaters Law Firm’s input would give investors valuable insight into Nigeria’s changing legal framework, including the impact of reforms on doing business in the country.
Cross-examination, most effective tool in court proceedings, says former Lagos DPP
He pointed out the techniques of cross-examination includes effectiveness of leading questions, the need to avoid needless use of adjectives as well as the importance of showing brevity.
The extra-constitutional elephant in the room
Nigeria recently underwent what I like to call a constitutional crisis of clarity. The President left the country on yet another medical holiday and sent the required letter to the National Assembly.
Lawyer urges court to preserve livelihood of waste operators
Adegboruwa stated this following the submission of Counsel to the Lagos State Government, Olubukola Adesina, before the court that the PSP continuous operation in the State is not acceptable.
Group charges National Assembly on whistleblowers, others
They stated that it appears to target only a few rather than every corrupt persons and institutions in Nigeria and called for expedited action on other pending anti-graft bills.