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 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 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.
Capital Oil and Gas Limited, owned by businessman, Ifeanyi Ubah has alleged that the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) owes it N16 billion.
Akwa Ibom Church Building Collapse: Rights Lawyer Demands Immediate Release Of Roof Contractor From Police Custody
Mr. Inibehe Effiong has written a letter to the Akwa Ibom State Commissioner of Police demanding the immediate and unconditional release of Mr. Idorenyin Daniel Udoh the roof contractor who handled the roofing of the uncompleted building of the Reigners Bible Church International in Uyo which collapsed on Saturday, December 10, 2016
Food is the most basic of all needs and should be afforded every man. It is of great necessity at this point as a country, to uphold and respect the right to food.
The Institute of Criminal Justice and Criminology Administration (ICJCA) has vowed to help ride security agencies of bad elements.
Justice Jude Okeke of an FCT high court Maitama on Wednesday slammed a fine of N5 million on Airtel Nig. Ltd for violation of a customer’s right to privacy.
You violate a person’s right to dignity when you strip him or her naked because they allegedly stole an item; you disrespect people in a very fundamental way when you flog them out of the way for a public official to swiftly get out of traffic; and when you share a person’s nude picture, without his or her consent, you violate infringe on that person’s right to dignity aside possibly committing a number of offences.
Kano-based lawyer, Mr Ma’aruf Yakasai, has said his law firm will offer free legal services o the less privileged in the state. Yakasai said this when he established a Prestige Law Clinic Unit in his chamber in Kano on Sunday.