Chairman of Nigerian Bar Association Section on Public Interest and Development Law, NBA-SPIDEL, Dr. Monday Ubani has drawn the attention of President Muhammadu Buhari to the abandoned Umuahia /Ikot-Ekpene road project.
Former Second Vice President of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) and Chairman of the NBA Section on Public Interest and Development Law (SPIDEL), Dr. Monday Ubani, has threatened to sue the Federal Government for allegedly renewing the appointment...
Ahead of September 20 deadline when businesses are expected to file value-added tax (VAT) claims, the control of the tax regime between the Federal and state governments and conflicting statements on the current position is stirring unease in the business...
The Nigeria Police Force has been given a 14-day ultimatum to charge a detained suspected militants spy girl, Miss Gloria Okolie, to court if she has committed any known offence or release her unconditionally. Former second vice president of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Monday Ubani, gave the advice following alleged long and…
The Federal Government’s extension of the National Identity Number (NIN)-Subscriber Identification Modules (SIM) card verification exercise by another three months has been greeted with mixed feelings.
A federal high court, Lagos has declared that it is unconstitutional for the National Assembly to fix its own salaries and allowances.
The Nigerian Bar Association Section on Public Interest and Development Law (NBA-SPIDEL) has decried delay in implementing provisions of the Constitution concerning autonomy of the judiciary.
A legal practitioner, Mr Monday Ubani, has called for a total review of the criminal justice system in Nigeria, especially on ‘awaiting trial inmates’ in correctional facilities across country.
The President of the National Industrial Court of Nigeria, Justice B. Kanyip has appointed Vice President of the Nigerian Bar Association, Monday Ubani as public trustee of the Nigeria Civil Service Union (NCSU).
A Federal High Court, Lagos has adjourned till Monday February 15, 2021 further proceedings in the suit filed by human rights lawyer and former chairman of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Ikeja, Monday Ubani, challenging the SIM registration process.
The Lagos State Ministry of Justice has set up a panel of inquiry to settle the lingering land tussle involving a Lagos-based lawyer, Monday Ubani, Gilbert Oladehinde Meadows and Engr. Akeem Ariori over Monkey Village in Opebi area of the state.
The family of Gilbert Oladeinde Meadow has berated former Vice President, Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Monday Ubani, for raising alarm over the ownership of Monkey Village and the demolition of over 200 shanties within the village.