Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Sagay’s positions on political judgments

Sir I am not a lawyer but came across the name of Prof. Itse Sagay for the first time some 15 years ago among...

Justice: Loss of public confidence — Need for true judicial autonomy

“The executive arm of government at the federal and state levels still do not see the Judiciary as a totally separate and independent arm...

It’s our Senate, not a Sharia court

LATE last week, a premonitory event, which could most likely precede the eruption of fiery molten magma from Nigeria’s crust, played out and its...

Staying on top: Tips for managing emerging legal disputes in Africa

A number of African nations are currently facing tough economic challenges, largely as a direct result of the recent oil price collapse and the...

How issue of over-voting can be satisfactorily proved in an election...

In the Supreme Court of Nigeria On Friday the 26th day of February 2016 CourtIn the Supreme Court of Nigeria On Friday the 26th day...

Legal Implications of the ‘Break Up’ of P-Square’s Brand and Products,...

Conclusively, the joint authorship relationship is a peculiar one laced with so much emotion and ego between the parties involved. And it is saturated...

Strategies on using the law to floor corruption

A lecture at the prestigious Island Club and the amazing unfolding political events in Brazil, where a...

Justice: Loss of public confidence — Effect of poor salaries on...

“Judicial salaries that are too low... prompt judges to supplement their incomes with bribes .” LAST week, I stated the need for an appraisal...

What if Saraki is convicted?

Today’s scheduled resumption of the trial of the President of the Senate, Senator Bukola Saraki at the Code of Conduct Tribunal undoubtedly affirms the...

Corruption: A glimmer of hope from ACJ Act

It adds that where it is impracticable to conclude criminal proceedings after the parties have exhausted their five adjournments each, the interval between one...

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