Monday, October 15, 2018

Identification Parade Unnecessary If Suspect Is Familiar –Supreme Court

In the Supreme Court of Nigeria Holden at Abuja Friday, July 1, 2016 Suit Number: SC. 501/2012 CORAM Suleiman Galadima; Mary Ukaego Peter-Odili; Kumai Bayang Aka’ahs; Kudirat Motonmori Olatokunbo...

Justice delayed is justice denied: the case of Obiechina Vs Chime,...

A state does not become a failed state if only one of its legs buckles or fails. A nation with strong judiciary, a strong...

Legal, Fiscal Pathways To Recession Exit

Renowned author and erudite scholar Sebastine Hon (SAN) suggests ways out of recession through law. Continued from last week A fall in nominal interest rates and...

The DSS Arrest Of Judges- Had They Not Struck Is Past...

I could not have allowed sleeping dogs lie just like that, not even would I have let go of this issue however it laid...

Land Acquisition And Land Revocation In Nigeria: Land Use Act...

By Isaac Opatewa And Samson Obaro There is no gainsaying the fact that human society all over the world is heavily dependent on land...

The arrest of judges

Apall of darkness fell upon the third arm of government recently when the Department of State Service (DSS) in a Gestapo-like fashion, invaded the...

Scope And Limits Of Investigative, Procedural Agencies

In this analysis on the ongoing discourse on the raid on the homes of some jurists across the hand by security operatives, WAHAB SHITTU,...

NBA’s Chicanery And The Assault On Nigeria’s Democracy

Lawyers have an unfounded pride and arrogance alien to other professionals in Nigeria. As members of the judiciary, the last arbiter of disputes, it...

NASS: How not to violate separation of powers

Group Politics Editor, TAIWO ADISA, examines the position of the National Assembly and the resolve to amend the enabling laws of DSS and other...

DSS and the brazen assault on judiciary

First they came for the Socialists and I did not speak out because I was not a Socialist. Then they came for the Trade...

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