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30 Aug
Human rights crusader, Mr. Femi Falana (SAN), Chief Mike Ozekhome (SAN) and Joseph Otteh have blamed lawyers, judges and politicians for undermining the judiciary.
30 Aug
The new President of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Mr. Yakubu Maikyau (SAN), has called on the Federal Government to show more commitment to the protection of life and property of Nigerians.
16 Aug
The Chairman of the Nigerian Bar Association Section on Public Interest and Development Law (NBA-SPIDEL), Dr. Monday Ubani, has urged African countries to deploy technology to enhance the quality of its elections.
9 Aug
Stakeholders in the justice and public interest sector have warned that unless concerted efforts are made to rescue the judiciary from several challenges that beset it, rule of law may remain elusive in the country.
18 May
Nigerian Bar Association Section on Public Interest and Development Law (NBA-SPIDEL) has postponed its conference billed for May 22 to 26, 2022, in Sokoto State.
10 May
The Nigerian Association Section on Public Interest and Development Law (NBA-SPIDEL) has condemned attempt by national legislators to criminalise ransom payment by families of kidnapped victims without tackling the root cause of kidnapping.
26 Apr
Lagos lawyer and council member of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) Section on Public Interest and Development Law (NBA-SPIDEL), Mr. Emeka Nwadioke has been elected into the executive committee of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIARB), Nigeria Branch.
18 Jan
Erstwhile Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) second Vice President and current Chairman, NBA Section on Public Interest and Development Law (NBA-SPIDEL), Dr. Monday Ubani, has sued the Federal Government and two others at the Federal High Court, Lagos over forced vaccination of civil servants.
22 Dec 2021
Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria (HURIWA) and the Chairman of Nigerian Bar Association Section on Public Interest and Development Law, NBA-SPIDEL, Dr. Monday Ubani have faulted the recent decision by Nigerian Military to punish two of its officers...
30 Nov 2021
The rights group, Centre for Democracy and Development (CDD), has said security agencies killed 13,241 Nigerians since 2011, noting that extrajudicial killings by state actors has become the primary cause of death in the country.
1 Jun 2021
Government has been urged to make people oriented policies for the welfare and security of the nation.
18 May 2021
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.

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