Adedayo made this known in series of post made on his Facebook page on Friday. He also explained that contrary to the reason given for his expulsion, he has never ridiculed Redeemer’s University in any way; either in his actions or posts on social media.See the According to the expulsion letter, Adedayo was accused of “posting certain messages on some social media platforms which are offensive and portrayed the Redeemer’s University and some of its officials in a bad light.”
A Non-Governmental Organization has filed a suit in a London court against Shell Nigeria Exploration & Production Company, SNEPCO, over a 2011 oil spill in Nigeria’s Niger Delta region.
The Court of Appeal in recent case Reliance Telecommunications Limited v. Mr. Olaore Olufemi Adegboyega (reported at (2017) 8 CLRN) has held that an employer is deemed to have waived its rights in insisting on issuance of a formal letter of confirmation to its employee if the said employee is allowed to continue in his employment beyond the stipulated probationary period.
The National Human Rights Commission, NHRC, in Nigeria has written a letter to the National Assembly, stating its opposition to the controversial bill which seeks to establish a federal agency to supervise, coordinate and monitor Non-Governmental Organisations and Civil Society Organisations.
Ahmed Raji (SAN), a senior counsel to the former National Security Adviser (NSA), Col. Mohammed Sambo Dasuki has urged President Buhari to release him on bail to attend to his health and in the interest of justice.
A Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Mike Ozekhome, has described the action as brute force and a crush-them mentality.
Retired senior official of the State Security Service has been held without trial by the agency for 48 days and counting over his alleged ties to Ibrahim Magu, online newspaper PREMIUM TIMES reports.