The criminal justice administration regime before the enactment of the Administra-tion of the Criminal Justice Act (ACJA) 2015, had each State in Nigeria adopt either the Criminal Procedure Act in the Southern States or the Criminal Procedure Code in the Northern states.
The Inconsistency Of Section 66 Of The Petroleum Industry Governance Bill With The Constitution: A Review By Ogunsan Mayowa
The introduction of the Petroleum Industries Governance Bill (PIGB), 2017 has necessitated reactions from various categories of individuals and stakeholders. The bill has been applauded as a welcome development in regulating the petroleum industry. Despite the praise showered on the bill certain legal questions relating to the right of the Federal government to the ownership of oil and gas under section 44(3) of the 1999 constitution have arisen.
Kay Bello Versus Nls: Why Lawyers Should Not Support Conducts Calculated To Destroy The Noble Profession
Regarding whether or not there was a “court order” or whether an “order” has been “served” on the Council or the Law School, I cannot comment because I AM NOT AWARE OF ANY SUCH ORDER AND I AM NOT THE SCHOOL’s SPOKESPERSON and I AM NOT IN THE ABUJA HEADQUARTERS.
Celebrated Nigerian Law School lecturer Sylvester Udemezue writes on the Court Order gotten By Kayode Bello from a Federal High Court sitting in Abuja
Parents everywhere are falling out with their children every day. Most times, they succeed in patching things up, but in some cases, reconciliation is difficult to achieve and a child may find himself disowned by his own parents.
Ninety days running, the Nigerian President, his cabal’s monitored self exile in medical peregrination, and the agony of a state of hopelessness tabled before the Nigerian People, has become the butt of jokes across the globe.
The Syrian Civil War began as a result of the fear faced by President Bashar al-Assad when his authority was challenged by protests demanding an end to the authoritarian practices of his regime.
ew Nigerian lawyers grab our attention as does Chief Joe-Kyari Gadzama, SAN, OFR, MFR, FCIArb, FNIALS! Perhaps, he wins our hearts with his legendary contribution to the improvement of the legal profession and empowering its practitioners
Nigeria has been without her no. 1 citizen for the past three months. The reason for the absence of the President is widely known across the whole world, even to the extent it became a quizzacious quiz on CNN, a renowned international television news channel; which turned out to be the genesis of consciousness on the part of some Nigerians to clamour for the return of their President or he should resign.
The Lawyers accused the IPOB of acts of “outlawry” aimed at striking terror in the minds of the citizens who would love to go out and discharge their civil duty.