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Tackling rising cases of unexplained wealth

‘Endemic corruption should be tackled through extant laws’ Amidst the call by Senator Ali Ndume on President Muhammadu Buhari to issue an Executive Order over rising cases of unexplained wealth by public and private office holders, lawyers are pushing for the enforcement of existing laws to tackle the menace. AKEEM NAFIU reports   Some senior […]

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Osinbajo to lead discussants on implementing justice reforms at WOC summit

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo (SAN) will be leading an array of eminent stakeholders in the justice sector at the second edition of the Wole Olanipekun & Co (WOC) Justice Summit slated for Friday, November 19.   The annual WOC Justice forum is a platform that critically engages leaders of distinguished pedigree in discussions that enhances […]

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Group calls for cancellation of Abia judicial appointments over alleged corruption

A rights organization, Access to Justice (AJ), has called on the National Judicial Council (NJC) to immediately cancel the judicial appointment exercise in Abia state over allegations of abuse and corruption.   The rights group stated that the Judicial recruitment exercise embarked upon by the Abia State Judicial Service Commission (JSC) should be immediately cancelled […]

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Group seeks end to DSS’ control of Kanu’s trial

A Human Rights Group, Access to Justice (AJ) has called on the Chief Judge of the Federal High Court (FHC), Justice John Tsoho, to re-take full control of the court from the Department of State Services (DSS) and guarantee access to the trial of the detained leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), […]

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Court remands Indian for vandalizing cables at Dangote refinery

Akeem Nafiu Justice Daniel Osiagor of a Federal High Court in Lagos has ordered the remand of an Indian, Nitheshi Kumar, in Ikoyi Correctional Centre, for allegedly vandalizing electric cables at Dangote Petrochemical and Oil Refinery Project, Ibeju- Lekki, Lagos.   The order was sequel to Nitheshi’s arraignment by the police on a 2-count charge […]

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RoLAC, NUJ train journalists on criminal justice reportage

The Rule of Law and Anti-Corruption (RoLAC) programme in collaboration with the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Lagos Council, over the weekend conducted a training workshop for journalists covering crime and judiciary beats in Lagos.   The event with the theme: ‘Media Engagement on the Role of Journalist on Criminal Justice and Anti-Corruption’, had 30 […]

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Court orders police arrest of ex-law officer for contempt

Justice Olabisi Ogungbesan of a Lagos High Court in Tafawa Balewa Square (TBS), has issued a Bench warrant directing officers and men of the Nigerian Police Force (NPF) to arrest one, Chief Olatunbosun Isiba, a brother to the traditional ruler of Agege, Oba Kamila Oyedeji Isiba.   The arrest order was sequel to Isiba’s failure […]

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In defence of protest march

Lawyers: Nigerians’ right to protest constitutionally guaranteed The incessant clampdown on Nigerians who engage in protest march by security operatives has drawn the ire of lawyers. To the men of the wig and gown, protest, as a constitutional right, cannot be criminalized as it does not amount to treason or an act of terrorism. AKEEM […]

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Court remands businessman for forgery, counterfeiting

Justice Peter Lifu of a Federal High Court in Lagos has ordered the remand of a businessman, Chidozie Benjamin Nnoli, in Ikoyi Correctional Centre for alleged trademark forgery, counterfeiting and application of false trade descriptions. The order was sequel to the arraignment of Chidozie alongside his firm, Chidotex Technical Company Ltd, on a 91-count charge […]

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Ending era of incessant jailbreak

Lawyers: Incessant jailbreak fuelling crime, criminality   AKEEM NAFIU writes that lawyers have asked the Federal Government to promptly arrest the incessant jailbreaks across the country which again reared its ugly head recently when gunmen attacked the Abolongo Correctional Centre in Oyo State, freeing many inmates, barely a month after a similar incident occurred in […]

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