NASS’ summons and when not to devalue a people’s parliament
But an embittered member of the House of Representatives, Hon. Satome Ahmed, who hails from the state, contended that it was not possible to ascertain actual number of farmers murdered in the gruesome manner since according to him many people are still missing.
Newspaper proprietors crave revival of moribund newsprint firms
Reflecting vigorously on the absence of paper culture in the newspaper industry in particular and the Nigerian economy in general, the Newspaper Proprietors’ Association of Nigeria (NPAN) has urged the Federal Government to make a conscious effort to revive the newsprint factories in the country.
Can President Buhari fight corruption without support of judiciary?
Under the miasma of Covid-19, the Nigerian Supreme Court managed to dish out another questionable judgement. If their justices reached their recent decision in UDE JONES UDEOGU V. FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA & others, SC/622c/2019 under the impression that Nigerians ...
NLRC says it's on the same page with Supreme Court for quashing 12 year jail term on senator Kalu
The Nigerian Law Reform Commission ( NLRC ) has endorsed the Supreme Court Judgement quashing 12 - year jail term slammed on Senator Orji Uzor Kalu by Justice Mohammed Idris on the 5th of December 2019 as the right way to go.
NDLEA seizes 619.08kg of illicit drugs in Adamawa
The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) in Adamawa, has announced the seizure of 619.08kg of psychotropics...
FG inspects 64 coaches in China for rail projects
The Federal Government has inspected 64 coaches under construction in China for the various rail projects in Nigeria with 10 coaches to be delivered in June for Abuja-Kaduna rail corridor.
Court frees Ladoja of N4.7b corruption charge
The Federal High Court in Lagos has discharged and acquitted former governor of Oyo State, Chief Rashidi Ladoja, in the alleged N4.7 billion fraud charged brought against him by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission......
Court scolds former governor Uzor Kalu over absence from trial
Justice Mohammed Idris of the Federal High Court, Lagos, yesterday berated former governor of Abia State, Dr. Orji Kalu, for absenting himself from the continuation of his alleged N7.65 billion fraud trial.
Court restrains Lagos, Ogun, security agencies from obstructing lottery operations
A Federal High Court, Lagos has restrained Lagos and Ogun state governments from disrupting the business of lottery companies for allegedly operating without the states’ licences.