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Stop Southern Kaduna killings

Twenty charred remains of family members stood in a circle. They had braced a burning fire united in a common fate until the last of them was asphyxiated. A mass grave graciously receives to rest the bodies of hundreds of ...

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N104m fraud: Ogbulafor knows fate today

By Ameh Ejekwonyilo Abuja A Federal Capital Territory (FCT) High Court, Abuja has fixed today for judgment in the case against a former chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Chief Vincent Ogbulafor over alleged fraud. The trial judge, Justice ...

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2015: TAN is not asking for votes – Raji

Ahmed Raji SAN was at the just concluded Annual General Conference (AGC) of the Nigerian Bar Association in Owerri where he delivered a lecture on fighting terrorism. In this interview with AMEH EJEKWONYILO, he speaks on political advertisement, the EFCC ...

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17 lawyers conferred with SAN

—Why Keyamo wasn’t conferred By Ameh Ejekwonyilo Lagos and human rights lawyer Mr. Festus Keyamo lost out in his bid to become a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) as the Legal Practitioners’ Privileges Committee  (LPPC) last Friday in Abuja conferred ...

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Domestic workers’ abuse

Ballason Gloria Mabeiam Five year old Tehsa (not her real names) was taken to the Federal Capital Territory to work as a Domestic help. Tehsa was burdened with far too much than her small age and frame could take. Doing ...

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Why Supreme Court sacked Rep Jev

Stories by Ameh Ejekwonyilo Supreme Court of Nigeria has ordered Mr. Orker Jev of the former Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) now All Progressives Congress (APC) representing Buruku Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives to vacate his seat with ...

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NBA mourns Justice Oputa

By Ameh Ejekwonyilo Abuja The Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) has described late Justice Chukwudifu Oputa as a man of impeccable character. In a statement issued by the NBA President, Mr. Okey Wali (SAN), the Bar said: “The late Hon. Justice ...

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