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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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NBA mourns Kayode Jegede

The Nigerian Bar Association (NBA)has expressed shock over the death of  a former Director General of the Nigerian Law School, Mr. Kayode Jegede. In a statement issued at the weekend by the NBA President, Mr. Okey Wali (SAN) in Abuja ...

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Man sues FG over anti-gay law

A London-based Nigerian citizen, Mr Joseph Ebah has asked an Abuja Federal High Court to grant an order restraining the federal government from enforcing the Same Sex Marriage Act 2013. The applicant, via an originating summons for the enforcement of ...

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Young Lawyers’ Digest

Adaji: I wasn’t too jittery Appearance I was called to the Nigerian Bar, November 20, 2012. My first appearance was at the Federal High Court 2, Jos. And it was really amazing. I was led in that matter by one ...

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Nigeria Police have good practices – NHRC

The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) last week presented to the Nigerian public its 2013 police stations’ visitation assessment report in Abuja. According to its Executive Secretary, Prof. Bem Angwe, the exercise was meant to motivate the Nigeria Police Force ...

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Why should the blame go to another initially?

Doosuur  Iwambe It is on record that on Saturday, March 15, 2014; about 520,000 job-seekers attended the recruitment exercise organized by the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) under the supervision of the Ministry of Interior in different centers across Nigeria to ...

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