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19 Aug
Some sons are like their fathers; or even better. That was what Gani Fawehinmi, the great lawyer, got in his son, Mohammed who died last week at 52. Gani wanted a son like Mohammed and that was what he got.
3 Aug
Senior Partner of Babalakin & Co, Dr. Wale Babalakin (SAN), has canvassed the overhaul of law practice in the country.
3 Aug
The Federal High Court, sitting in Lagos has adjourned the suit filed by the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) against the Federal Government, over the twitter ban to October 4, 2021.
30 Jul
The NBA will name a 75th-anniversary team of the league's 75 greatest players in October as part of a celebration paying tribute to the milestone.
27 Jul
Former General Manager of the Bayelsa State Broadcasting Corporation, John Idumange, has petitioned the state’s Commissioner for Justice and Attorney General, Biriyai Dambo
22 Jul
Giannis Antetokounmpo delivered a historic 50-point performance when it mattered most in leading the Milwaukee Bucks to their first NBA title since 1971 by defeating the Phoenix Suns 105-98 on Tuesday...
20 Jul 2021
The Imo State Police Command has constituted a committee to apprehend fake and quack lawyers in the state.
20 Jul 2021
The need for legal professionals to be conversant with new trends in technology so as to provide best services to their clients and offer adequate regulatory advice has been emphasised.
7 Jul 2021
Two-time NBA Most Valuable Player Giannis Antetokounmpo will start for the Milwaukee Bucks against Phoenix in their NBA Finals opener Tuesday, the Bucks announced barely 30 minutes before tip-off.
24 Jun 2021
Brooklyn Nets forward Kevin Durant will compete for a third Olympic title in Tokyo alongside a new group of NBA stars seeking gold, according to an ESPN report Wednesday.
22 Jun 2021
Poverty, mass unemployment and growing insecurity confronting the nation are the results of the inability and unwillingness of Nigerian leadership to build a nation out of diverse ethnic and religious diversities.
11 Jun 2021
The suspension of the 64-day-old nationwide strike embarked upon by the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria, JUSUN, has been received with mixed feelings in Abuja. Some lawyers described the suspension as a welcome development, owing to the strategic importance of the judiciary, others expressed the reservation that since all issues which warranted the strike have…

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Aleko Fassianos, also known as “Greek Picasso” has died aged 86. Fassianos, whose works have been showcased around the world, including paintings, lithographs, ceramics, and tapestries, was forced to put down his painting brush in 2019 due to his deteriorating health, which had him bedridden at his home in the suburbs of Athens for several…
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Samuel Umtiti will undergo an operation after breaking his foot in training on Monday, Barcelona said
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The Minister of Interior, Rauf Aregbesola, has ordered officials of the Nigerian Correctional Service to shoot dead any attempt to attack prison facilities across the country. Aregbesola, who gave the directive while addressing senior officers at the Agodi Custodial Centre of the NCoS during an official inspection tour of the facility, emphasized anyone who attempted…
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Britain on Monday promised "full support" to US investigators after it emerged that the man behind a hostage taking at a Texas synagogue