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Tony Odiadi

14 Jan 2021
It may not be out of place to say that expectations of stakeholders in the educational sector were not met in the outgone year as most of the problems confronting the sector remained unsolved.
2 Dec 2017
Lawyers have expressed concern over the dangers of exposing whistle-blowers who have to press for the payment of monies government promised...
23 Aug 2016
When all the days they go on holiday and vacation are computed, judges in Nigerian courts work just about 104 days in a year, The Guardian can reveal.
20 Aug 2016
Tony Odiadi, a lawyer, arbitrator and public affairs commentator, is a man with a broad national and international experience in developmental policy initiatives.
31 Jul 2016
Now, the government has declared that we are technically in recession. It means that the economy is performing below par, stock market drops, unemployment will rise, many small medium Companies (SMC) will begin to shut down and retrench their workers.


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The Advertising Regulatory Council of Nigeria (ARCON) has sued Meta Platforms Incorporated and its agent AT3 Resources Limited at the Federal High Court in Abuja for showing unapproved advertisements to the Nigerian audience.
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President Muhammad Buhari on Tuesday pointedly accused the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) of complicity in the menace of corruption in the tertiary education sector in the country.
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A Senior Advocate of Nigeria and the managing partner, Alliance Law Firm, Lagos, Uche Val Obi has said that the 2022 edition of his firm’s yearly lecture will focus on “Developing Nigeria Through Philanthropy.”
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The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) in collaboration with Attorney General Alliance, Africa (AGA-Africa) and the Roost Foundation has organised a two-day workshop for the training of critical stakeholders tackling the menace of human trafficking, irregular migration, drug abuse, sexual and gender-based violence in the country.