Within the precinct of humanity’s well-being and societal order, jurisprudential orthodoxy emphasises the importance of the laws of God - often expressed via a messenger, inspired revelation or commandments, and prevalent in the Abrahamic faiths of Christianity..
Absence of the defence counsel yesterday, stalled hearing of a suit at the Federal High Court, Ado-Ekiti, challenging the validity of the 1999 Constitution and the conduct of Ekiti State governorship election, as well as the 2023 general elections.
It is now trite that Nigeria in recent times has been trailing through periods of insecurity of lives and property as well as no respect for the rule of law, natural justice and human dignity.
Last week, Pastor Ituah Ighodalo, the Pastor-in-Charge, Trinity House and Chancellor of Wellspring University, Edo State, clocked 61 years of age. To mark the birthday at Victoria Island, Lagos, some eminent Nigerians, including former President Olusegun Obasanjo...
The two court cases instituted by the umbrella body of Yoruba self-determination groups, Ilana Omo Oodua Worldwide, challenging the validity of the 1999 Constitution of Nigeria...
The task of nation building is always work in progress. All over the world, there is consensus that democracy is the best form of government.
Though Nigeria practices a democratic system of government, the 1999 Constitution disrupted an important characteristic of democracy by placing an age barrier by disqualifying persons below the ages of 40 and 30 from throwing their hats ...
As women across the country continue to raise eyebrows over the rejection of some gender bills in the ongoing amendments to the 1999 Constitution by members of the National Assembly...
Members of the National Assembly, yesterday, moved an inch closer to the amendment of the 1999 Constitution by voting on the 68 bills proposed to correct inherent defects in the Constitution.
The House of Representatives has rejected a bill seeking to reserve special seats for Women at the National and State Houses of Assembly.
In line with section 14 (3) of the Constitution, the Southern part of Nigeria is expected to produce the next President come 2023, whether or not they have a majority of the votes.
Senate will on Tuesday, March 1, vote on bills to amend the 1999 Constitution. There are 70 of such bills. A report to that effect will be presented to the Senate today for adoption.