A Nigerian Lawyer Solomon Okedara has sued the federal government for breaching Freedom of Expression allowed to every Nigerian through the enforcement of Section 24 of the Cybercime Act 2015.
A Federal High Court, Abuja, has ruled that the National Assembly has the power to increase – or review upward – budget estimates laid before it by the executive
Justice Surajudeen Onigbanjo of the Lagos State High Court, Igbosere, on Thursday postponed judgement in a suit brought by residents of several waterfront communities against the state government to June 21.
Mr. Onigbanjo said he “would deliver judgment if the court finds that it has jurisdiction to hear on the suit.
A Kaduna High Court presided over by Justice Mohammed Bello, has issued a restraining order on Gov. Nasiru El-Rufa’i not to demolish the Kasuwar Barchi market in Kaduna until the determination of the case before the court.Bello ordered that all respondents to the case should stop “entering into and demolishing Kasuwar Barchi, pending the hearing and determination of the case.”
The upcoming National Executive Council (NEC) meeting of the Nigerian Bar Association may not hold, going by a court order made today by Justice Jude O. Okeke of the FCT High Court, Maitama in the matter of EMMANUEL ECHE OCHUBOJU v IINCORPORATED TRUSTEES OF THE NBA & 13 ORS.
The Senate on Thursday passed the much anticipated Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB) after 17 year of consideration. The bill has been passed as the Petroleum Industry Governance Bill (PIGB)
A human rights group, under the aegis of Save Humanity Advocacy Centre has given the Transparency International 72 hours to leave the country over its recent report that former Nigerian military chiefs stole as much as $15 billion through fraudulent arms procurement deals.
The Role Of Civil Society In Decongesting Prisons And Reducing Crimes In Lagos State By Ahmed Adetola-Kazeem
It is not in doubt that Prisons in Lagos state are overcrowded and that the prison population increases on a daily, which presupposes that crimes are on the increase. As at March this year the number of inmates at the 1,700 capacity Kirikiri Medium prison was 3,051, as at 16th May of the same year, the number has increased to 3331.
Acting President Osinbajo signs Executive Order On Support for Local Content in Public Procurement by the Federal Government
According to the order signed all Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) of the FGN shall grant preference to local manufacturers of goods and service providers in their procurement of goods and services.