Chief Wole Olanipekun
Unemployment responsible for increasing crime rate, Says Olanipekun
A legal luminary, Chief Wole Olanipekun (SAN), has attributed the rising rate of crimes in the country to youth unemployment, urging patriotic elite to place high premium on youth empowerment to complement the government’s efforts. He condemned the killings of six persons during a cult clash in Ikere Ekiti, Ikere Local Government Area of Ekiti…
Supreme Court declines Shell’s request to reopen N17b judgment
The Supreme Court, yesterday, declined a request made by Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) to review and set aside the N17 billion judgment it made against it last year.
Where are we in the race?
The world is moving at a frenetic pace to find the solution to the COVID-19 problem. It is right and proper to invest a sense of maniacal urgency in the project...
Afe Babalola, Olanipekun protest against Supreme Court’s fine, seek NBA’s intervention
Two Senior Advocates of Nigeria, Chief Afe Babalola and Chief Wole Olanipekun, have formally protested against the fine imposed on them as well as the harsh words directed...
When Olanipekun builds for God
His father could be described as poor as a church rat in terms of material wealth! But Pa Isaac Olanipekun of blessed memory was as rich as Croesus when it comes to the fear of God...
Again, Buhari pledges to bequeath credible polls in 2023
President Muhammadu Buhari has, for the umpteenth time, declared that as a beneficiary of a free and fair election, he would bequeath same to the nation in 2023.
Hate speech bill distasteful, lawmakers should be be productive, says Olanipekun
A Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), Chief Wole Olanipekun, has urged the upper chamber of the National Assembly not to “waste its time reworking” the Hate Speech Bill, urging its withdraw and “focus on something more productive.”
Unsafe democracy and tricky electoral justice system
Even as experts on strategic distraction in the polity appear to be succeeding in imposing some frivolous agenda including a third-term-for-Buhari ambush on the media space, I would like to draw our attention...