One year after son’s death, Kayode Ajulo smiles again with new baby boy
Celebrity lawyer and top politician, Kayode Ajulo, and his wife, Kofoworola, are surely in great mood, following the recent arrival of a baby boy into their fold. The family was devastated some months ago when they lost their six-year-old son, Kayikunmi, in an auto-crash in Abuja. But rather than wallow in endless grief, the activist…
Incessant attacks on media unlawful
Journalism, the Fourth Estate of the Realm and the society's watchdog, is a profession that has paid its dues in nation building and that continues to play the inevitable surveillance function so that the country for which generations of men and women have laboured to build would not go on its knees.
‘Under our extant laws, a person may not be arrested or declared wanted without a warrant’
On the allegations of impunity against security agencies, Ajulo said: “The issues that arise from these exhibitions of impunity and gross ignorance of the law are a real threat to our budding democracy, and a mockery of laid down....
Ajulo backs self-defence bid of Benue indigenes, others
Former national secretary of the Labour Party (LP), Kayode Ajulo, says the people of Benue State and other affected regions should take up the task of defending themselves against the marauders.
Stakeholders sue for peace over insecurity
Following series of security challenges confronting Nigeria in recent times, especially armed herdsmen attack on hapless communities across the country...
‘Nigerian judges work less than four months a year’
When all the days they go on holiday and vacation are computed, judges in Nigerian courts work just about 104 days in a year, The Guardian can reveal.