Justice Ibrahim Auta
‘Introducing e-voting in our electoral laws will not help until we are mature’
Following the criticisms that greeted the conduct of the 2019 general election as a result of the violence, alleged rigging and other irregularities, many Nigerians are now calling for the adoption of electronic voting. But in this interview with YETUNDE AYOBAMI OJO, a senior Lagos-based lawyer, Mr. Johnson Esezoobo believes that amending the electoral laws…
Onnoghen re-affirms judiciary’s commitment to fight corruption
The Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Justice Walter Onnoghen, has re-affirmed commitment of the judiciary to the on-going fight against corruption in the country.