Access to Justice
Access to Justice (A2Justice) has demanded the cancellation of the 2022 judicial appointment exercise in Abia State and an outright rejection of the list of candidates for judicial appointment in Abia State for being the outcome of the process that was conducted...
Access to Justice (A2J), a civil society group, has lamented the judiciary’s lack of reform, blaming it for the current state of crisis at the Supreme Court.
3 Dec 2021
Judicial watchdog, Access to Justice (A2J), yesterday, berated National Judicial Council (NJC) over alleged flouting of guidelines in the appointment of officers.
23 Nov 2021
A group the Access to Justice (A2J) has called for the immediate resignation of the Minister of Information, Lai Mohammed, for showing wanton and brazen contempt for the lives of young Nigerians
9 Nov 2021
Access to Justice (A2J) has urged the National Judicial Council (NJC) to cancel the appointment of high court judges in Abia State, over the allegations of corruption against it.
31 Aug 2021
A non-governmental organization, Access to Justice (A2J) has called on the Police to either take Glory Okolie to court or release her unconditionally.
4 May 2021
Access to Justice has called for an end to strike action by the Judicial Staff Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) over fears that it is presenting an open ticket for human rights violations. The Lagos based human rights organisation, expressed concerns over the negative impact the three-week long strike has had on those who require services…
20 Apr 2021
Access to Justice (A2J) has called for the arrest of the Chairman, Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB) Mr. Danladi Umar and his aides for assaulting a security guard, Mr. Clement Sargwak, at Banex Plaza, Abuja.
10 Nov 2020
Following the freezing of some EndSARS promoters accounts by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Access to Justice (A2J) has denounced the action.
21 Apr 2020
Access to Justice (A2J), a justice sector watchdog, has declared that the COVID-19 pandemic has exposed Nigerian judiciary’s lack of vision.
14 Apr 2020
Nigerian human rights watchdog, Access to Justice (A2J) has charged the federal government to initiate a prompt, thorough, impartial and independent investigation into the incident in Kaduna Maximum Custodial Centre that led to the loss of lives of inmates of that centre.
14 Apr 2020
A human rights group, Access to Justice, has urged the Federal Government to intensify health education on COVID-19 for detainees as well as urgent disinfection and distribution of sanitary materials to all holding facilities.