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7 Jul
The nation received a galling shock reinforcing the threadbare state of security in the country when terrorists launched a late night attack on Kuje Correctional Centre in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja and freed hundreds of inmates.
16 Dec 2021
Justice Nkeonye Evelyn Maha of the federal high court in Abuja on Wednesday evening granted bail to 12 out of 15 defendants put on trial by the Inspector General of Police who allegedly attempted to carry out an unlawful search in Abuja residence of Supreme Court Justice, Mary Odili. Each of the 12 defendants was…
7 Dec 2021
Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, yesterday, maintained that adoption of virtual courts will boost Nigeria’s economy and its justice administration.
2 Nov 2020
A Federal High Court on Monday ordered that two men be remanded in Kuje Correctional Centre for their involvement in a major multi-million Euro scam bordering...
31 Dec 2019
The Presidential Committee on Correctional Services Reform and Decongestion, recently granted freedom to 19 inmates from Kuje Correctional Centre.

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Ahead of the 2023 general elections, the Enugu chapter of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) has assured of its readiness to bring disruptive change to governance in the state. This was disclosed on Saturday after the party's ward-level consultative meetings were held simultaneously across the 260 wards. Speaking to newsmen after a tour of…
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The Lagos State High Court has declared that it is unconstitutional for Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) to impose fines on motorists suspected to have committed traffic offenses without a court order. The judge Justice Olalekan Oresanya made the declaration while delivering judgment in a suit filed by a motorist, Lawal Aliyu against LASTMA,…