Weep Not For Keyamo – Uboho Inyang

Weep Not For Keyamo – Uboho Inyang

The Petition filed by Alh. Atiku Abubakar at the Presidential Election Tribunal, challenging the victory of President Buhari in Nigeria’s recently concluded 2019 Presidential election has once again resurrected a ’Lazarus’ with nine lives that for a long time has refused to make a departure from the President’s political landscape;

A Legal View on Atiku’s Nigerianness

A Legal View on Atiku’s Nigerianness

Of recent, electoral outcomes in Nigeria have played out in a format that seems scripted. An observer would be forgiven should he believe a dramatist somewhere has written a play that is now acting out on the Legal and political stage.

Monday Ubani and  Christopher Enai: When State Apparatus is Wrongly Deployed to Persecute Innocent Citizens By Mike Ozekhome SAN

Monday Ubani and Christopher Enai: When State Apparatus is Wrongly Deployed to Persecute Innocent Citizens By Mike Ozekhome SAN

I hereby bring to the notice of the general public the flagrant and raw deployment of state apparatus by the present government against two law-abiding citizens, Mr Monday Ubani and Hon Christopher Enai, using the instrumentality of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). Mr Ubani was the former Chairman, NBA, Ikeja branch. He was also the immediate past 1st Vice President of the NBA at the national level.

How would a Deregulated Downstream Oil Sector look like? The Legal Issues and Bottlenecks

How would a Deregulated Downstream Oil Sector look like? The Legal Issues and Bottlenecks

deregulation as a policy alternative is not just about the removal of fuel subsidies, although this is what most people reduce it to. It is also about the removal of restrictions on the establishment of refineries, jetties, and fuel depots, allowing private sector players to be fully engaged in the importation and exportation of petroleum products and allowing market forces to prevail.