Hon. Justice K. D. Damulak of the National Industrial Court of Nigeria, sitting in Abuja has granted an Order of Mandamus, Compelling National Judicial Council to accept lodgment of theJustice Therisa Uzoamaka Notice of Appeal, compile the Certified True Copies (CTC) of the Record of Proceedings and furnish/transmit the processes to the Court.
werri –His Lordship, Hon. Justice Ibrahim Galadima of the National Industrial Court of Nigeria, sitting in Owerri has dismissed the application for stay of proceeding filed by International Corrosion Control Ltd in a suit brought by EMENIKE SYLVESTER IBE for lacking merit, ordered immediate commencement of cross-examination.
The Supreme Court on Friday nullified all votes cast for the All Progressives Congress (APC) at the 2019 governorship and state legislative elections elections in Zamfara State.
Tochi Michael, a 46-year-old businessman has filed a case against the Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Tanko Muhammad, at the FCT High Court over alleged age falsification.
The journalist strongly denied all allegations, saying he was being targeted for his media work that put a spotlight on the controversial conducts of oil companies and the Nigerian government in the Niger Delta.
Following weeks of controversy surrounding an allegation of bias, the President of the Court of Appeal, Justice Zainab Bulkachuwa, on Wednesday, withdrew as a member of the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal.
Against the backdrop of the recent execution of the Supreme Court decision covering a vast area of 398 Acres of Land as delineated on Survey Plan No CK/LS/272 lying and being at the Ogba/Agidingbi/Alausa Axis of Ikeja, Lagos State being thereby the culmination of a (42) forty – two year old Legal tussle instituted in 1977
As much as every nation wants a criminal free society, one cannot overemphasize the need for justice been done to the accused, and the society. Lord Eldon once stated in the landmark case of R v Sussex Ex parte McCarthy
The Data Protection Bill(HB 01) 2019 which is before the Nigerian Senate and has been passed by the House of Representatives is set to ensure that all data belonging to residents of Nigerians would be stored in servers situated within the territory of Nigeria. This principle is known as data localisation or data residency.