The Onnoghen Case and Other Stories, By Reuben Abati

The Onnoghen Case and Other Stories, By Reuben Abati

I find it incredulous that a ruling government that seeks a second term in office and about which doubts have been expressed with regard to its performance, the competence of its officials and the quality of its service delivery would embark on a series of self-immolating adventures that can only further alienate it from the people it seeks to serve.

A Divorce Will Cost You By Timothy Bamgboye

A Divorce Will Cost You By Timothy Bamgboye

Divorce will cost you. It will cost you money. Good money. Mr Ade has been led to believe he can divorce his wife whom he legally married under the Act by simply deposing to an affidavit. Mr Ade is grossly mistaken. Only a court of law can dissolve such a marriage....
The President, the Chief Justice and the Law, By Eze Onyekpere

The President, the Chief Justice and the Law, By Eze Onyekpere

…it is crystal clear that President Muhammadu Buhari acted illegally and ultra vires his powers and such suspension is null and void and of no effect in law. The purported swearing in of an acting CJN is also void and of no effect. The president therefore has only one course of action open to him; to reverse his illegality and apologise to Nigerians.