Firm sues China over alleged $200 billion damages
A law firm, Azinge and Azinge together with a team of local and international legal experts are set to sue China for $200 billion damages for allegedly causing loss of lives, economic strangulation, trauma and disruption of daily existence of the Nigerian people.
Relief for women as lawyers seek implementation of native inheritance laws
Relief may soon come the way of women as lawyers began an awareness campaign for implementation of the provisions of law on gender discrimination, especially as regards women traditional inheritance.
Epiphany Azinge (SAN): A worthy fellow
Professor Epiphany Azinge was born into a prominent Asaba family and he made his early mark as a student of law, He graduated from the University of Lagos in 1976 with a Second Class Upper Division. He was called to the Bar in 1980. With an insatiable quest for knowledge, and ever probing and questioning…
Azinge: Good work ethics will promote growth and development
Worried by the lackadaisical attitude of many Nigerians, especially public servants to work, Professor Epiphany Azinge, through his Epiphany Azinge Foundation has begun a remedial mission...
‘Call for self-defence is a veiled reference to breach of social contract between government and the people’
Our criminal jurisprudence recognises right of self-defence. Even at that, it is not a right that is invoked arbitrarily. Firstly, it is fundamental to determine whether the right of self-defence can be applied collectively in a corporate manner or what is only invoked by an individual in a personal manner.
Azinge calls for abolition of state of origin, indigeneship
Former Director General, Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (NIALS), Professor Epiphany Azinge (SAN), has advocated the abolition of state of origin and indigeneship from the Constitution.
Ex DG NIALS calls for abolition of state of origin, indigeneship
Former Director General, Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (NIALS), Professor Epiphany Azinge, has advocated abolition of state of origin and indigeneship from the constitution.
‘Time for state police has come’ say Prof. Azinge
The report of the 2014 National Conference addressed the issue substantially. But it is certainly not the first to do so. Scattered all over our historical excursion as a nation are documents that have addressed the subject matter.
‘Time for state police has come’
I personally do not subscribe to the notion of “Biafran state” out of Nigeria. At least, it can be appreciated that the geographical entity Chief Odumegwu Ojukwu conceptualized in 1967 is not the same as the present South East as constituted.