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Why I Left The Legal Profession To Become A Pilot – Olamide Akinfolarin

Well, if I had pursued a career as a pilot rather than a lawyer, I would definitely be way ahead in my career by now. But I don’t for one second regret pursuing Law first. It might not have been my first love, but I also grew to love it. I’ve always believed in the importance of education and I’m eternally grateful to my mother for making me graduate from the university before going to aviation school. read more

Law breed Set To Deliver 6 Months Free Law Reports Subscription To NBA Conference Participants

For almost 20 years now, we have consistently supported the Bar locally and nationally and we are proud of our rich history in that regard . This time around, the NBA sought our partnership, that as the official law reporters of the Supreme Court, the organizers  will like us to support the confrence with our authoritative  Supreme Court report read more

Six Lagos Airport Baggage Handlers Arrested For Attempted Cocaine Smuggling At Lagos Airport

 of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA0 have arrested at least six warehouse and tarmac staff of the Nigerian Aviation Handling Company (NAHCO) Plc for their involvement in drug trafficking. According to SaharaReporters the arrested staff had attempted to export substances believed to be cocaine out of the country through the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA), Lagos. read more

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. read more

Buhari’s Medical Vacation Vis-À-Vis Protest For The Return Or Resignation By K. O Bayode

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. read more
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