Thursday, July 19, 2018

Softly, softly CCT chair Danladi Umar

CCT chair Danladi Umar needs to take a cue from Prof Attahiru Jega’s uncommon patience when dealing with the (then) falling Peoples Democratic Party’s...

Why you must write your Will now

That death is inevitable is no longer debatable. It started from the Garden of Eden where Eve and Adam were deceived by the serpent...

On the Illegality of Freezing Governor Fayose’s Accounts, By Jaafar Jaafar

The fact of the matter is that EFCC does not have the right to freeze anyone’s account without a court order, and an order...

“Forgotten Soldiers” and a tradition of exploitation

Slavery never ended. It only transmogrified. Instead of the conquering powers sailing in ships for many months to come shackle captives, our media...

Kaduna State Religious Preaching Bill: Resolving The Constitutional Controversy, By Inibehe...

Permit me to begin this legal discourse by expressing unreserved gratitude to the Special Assistant on Media and Publicity to the Executive Governor of...

The law can help the economy too

“The relevant laws should be reviewed to make the process of acquiring statutory right of occupancy less cumbersome and less costly. Court procedures for...

A tale of Nigerian courts, infrastructure deficit

State of infrastructure in most Nigerian courts is becoming worrisome as stakeholders in the nation’s judiciary are blaming the situation on poor funding of...

Dear President Buhari, You Are Still The Minster Of Petroleum Resources...

Sir, if serving as both Minster of Petroleum Resources and President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria is too cumbersome for you, let go...

Targeting the judiciary in anti-corruption war

The change mantra of the Muhammadu Bu­hari government is not likely to be an idle rallying cry. His reputation for austerity and honesty remains...

Palladium, do you live on Mars? Our judiciary is ‘a laughing...

Should President Buhari continue in his present course of fighting brutally by hitting below the belt and biting in the clichés on the excuse...

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