Law Officers Association of Nigerian (LOAN), Benue State Chapter, have embarked on a work to rule action since September, 2017 following the failure of the Benue State Government to meet their demands
A party in search of justice must have by all means feasible ensured the service of court processes, as required of him, on his opponent as he who seeks equity must do equity
Mike Ozekhome SAN ,a lawyer renowned for his defence of politically exposed persons was today embarrassed by activists in annual Gani Fawehinmi symposium.
The renderings of that literally construct deepens the Nigerian political trajectory with its attendant leaning on a lethargic political culture. This is the story of Nigeria.
The scheduled trial of three indicted officials of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) could not go on because of the prosecution. Lead prosecutors at the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), failed to produce its witness for trial to continue.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has secured the conviction of one Abdullahi Bello Kuloku (also known as Daniel Sunday Kuloku) before Justice Sa’ad Muhammad of the Gombe State High Court on one count charge of cheating.
The Supreme Court on Friday ordered the retrial of a former Speaker of the Lagos State House of Assembly, Adeyemi Ikuforiji, who was charged with money laundering offences involving N338m. A five-man panel of the Supreme Court headed by Justice Mary Peter-Odilli, unanimously ruled that the case is re-assigned to another judge of the Federal High Court other than Justice Ibrahim Buba who had exonerated Ikuforiji of the charges.
We will closely monitor this development as it holds the prospect of significantly contributing to public knowledge of tax evasion and other concepts under the law of taxation.
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Journalist and public relations consultant, Lekan Fatodu has secured an order of court for substituted service of a defamation lawsuit against Sowore Omoyele, publisher of Saharareporters.