A member of House of Representatives, Mr Nicholas Ossai (Delta-APC), on Wednesday urged Nigerians to hold the Executive responsible for the delay in the passage of 2018 Appropriation Bill.
Publishers of Babalola’s Law Dictionary have set up this quiz competition strictly for the participation, benefit and welfare of young lawyers between 0 and 7 years’ post call.
Anti-graft coalition, the CiviI Society Network Against Corruption (CSNAC), has commended the judiciary for its recent reinstatement of Mr. Aaron Kaase, a whistleblower sacked from the Police Service Commission (PSC) for exposing the corrupt activities of Mr. Mike Okiro, PSC Chairman. CSNAC also stated that the development has confirmed its allegations of corruption against Mr. Okiro, a former Inspector-General of Police. The coalition’s position was made known in a statement signed by its Chairman, Mr. Olanrewaju Suraju.
The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) has issued the Meter Asset Provider Regulations 2018 (MAP-Regs). The MAP-Regs came into effect on March 8, 2018 and will be enforced by NERC from April 3, 2018. These regulations are designed to provide standard rules to eliminate estimated billing practices in the Nigerian Electricity Supply Industry (usually tagged ‘NESI’) and increase the collection rates of the distribution companies.
A Federal High Court in Lagos on Thursday fixed March 19 for continuation of trial of alleged copyright infringement by Young Shall Grow Motors Ltd. The Young Shall Grow Bus The Copyright Society of Nigeria (COSON) had taken the company to court to challenge an alleged copyright infringement as guaranteed by the Copyright Act, Cap 28, Laws of the Federation, 2004.