Abia promises financial autonomy for judiciary, urges realistic expectations
Governor Okezie Ikpeazu, yesterday, pledged his administration’s commitment to the implementation of financial autonomy for the Abia State Judiciary.
Rep seeks equal treatment for executive, legislature, judiciary
A member of the House of Representatives, Mrs. Omowumi Ogunlola, has chided the 36 state governors for allegedly not treating the judicial and legislative arms of government as equal partners
Judiciary, key to ending impunity for crimes against journalists, says UNESCO
To mobilse judicial actors to end crimes against journalists, the United Nations Educational Scientific Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) and members of the Group of Friends on Safety of Journalists
Importance of hearing notice and effect of failure to serve same where required
ADPOBEAM NIGERIA LIMITED & ANOR V. CHIEF EZEKIEL OLADOSU OLADEJO CITATION: LPELR-52803 (CA) In the Court of Appeal In the Lagos Judicial Division Holden at Lagos ON MONDAY, 1ST FEBRUARY, 2021 Suit No: CA/L/589/2009 Before Their Lordships: JOSEPH SHAGBAOR IKYEGH Justice, Court of Appeal UGOCHUKWU ANTHONY OGAKWU Justice, Court of Appeal GABRIEL OMONIYI KOLAWOLE Justice,…
Automating Rivers judiciary has improved justice delivery, says CJ
The Chief Judge of River State, Justice I.A Iyayi-Lamikanra has said that the automation of the state’s judiciary in the last year has brought tremendous improvement in justice delivery and administration.
Governors back financial autonomy for state legislature, judiciary
Governors of the 36 states of the country have thrown their weight behind financial autonomy for state legislators and the state judiciary.
‘Judiciary’s contribution to nation-building remains solid’
Newly retired Justice, Court of Appeal, Atinuke Akomolafe-Wilson has lauded the judiciary’s enormous contributions to nation-building. In a valedictory speech, to mark her 70th birthday and retirement, after 44 years of being Called to the Bar, she said: “I believe the judiciary has made enormous contributions to nation-building but the public has been unfair to…
The Nigeria of our dream, by pupils
As the country marks her 60th Independence anniversary on Thursday, October 1, some pupils are charging the Federal Government to do all it takes to meet their expectations, as well as create an environment where their dreams can come to fruition. They spoke with Gbenga Akinfenwa and Omowunmi Olaniyi Government Should Give Youths More Opportunities…