The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) recently issued an Order against PIPP LVI Disco Limited (“PIPP”) for encroaching on the distribution network of Eko Electricity Distribution Company (“Eko Disco”) and violating the terms of the distribution licence it (PIPP) obtained from the NERC.
By a letter dated 08.05.19 addressed to the President of the Court of Appeal, Hon. Justice Zainab Bulkachuwa (the President), the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has demanded that the President recuse herself from the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal
Sex workers are at heightened risk of a whole host of human rights abuses including rape, violence, extortion and discrimination. Far too often they receive no, or very little, protection from the law or means for redress”-
On May 10th 2019, the Court of Appeal struck out appeals against the ex-parte Orders of the Code of Conduct Tribunal (“Tribunal”) suspending (former) Chief Justice of Nigeria, Hon. Justice Walter Onnoghen from office.
A lot of millennials in Nigeria have embraced the spirit of entrepreneurship, and have created several small scale businesses, some of which have boomed over the years.
Since the commencement of Power Sector Reforms in 2005, the Distribution Companies (DisCos) have been unable to satisfactorily meet stakeholders’ expectations in the provision of reliable electricity services to all customers within their coverage areas. DisCos have not expanded their networks or satisfactorily supplied electricity to consumers who are connected to their networks.
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) released the Internet Industry Code of Practice in Support of Network Neutrality (Net Neutrality).
The Nigerian Electricity Supply Industry (“NESI”) has a chequered history, from its inception in 1886 when power was first generated until 2013, the NESI had been publicly owned, operated and regulated, save for a few private sector participation/interventions.