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Eschew misconduct, CJN warns Judges

Th e Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Walter Onnoghen has warned judges in Nigeria to shun all forms of misconduct, including accepting gratifi cation. He reminded them that as judges, they are expected to live above board in the dispensation ...

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Firm sues Zamfara over N338m ‘debt’

Stories by Vivian Okejeme Abuja A firm, Afro Euro Concerns Limited, has dragged the Zamfara State Government before a Federal High Court, Abuja, over its alleged refusal to pay a N338.1million debt amassed by defaulting on contract agreement. In the ...

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The colour of truth(II)

Ballason Gloria Mabeiam His story reads like the biblical Joseph. General Olusegun Mathew Okikiola Aremu Obasanjo was vocal about the human rights abuses of the Abacha regime. He was tried and sentenced by a military panel set up by the ...

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Food and medicine that kill

In the second week of March 2017, Justice Adedayo Oyebanji of the Lagos High Court gave a judgment that turned out to stir the hornet’s nest. Mr. Emmanuel Fijabi Adebo, of Fijabi Holdings purchased large quantities of Coca cola, Fanta ...

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Setting agenda for CJN Onnoghen

VIVIAN OKEJEME speaks to some stakeholders who set agenda for the new Chief Justice of Nigeria, Walter Onnoghen Barely a month after his confi rmation as the Chief Justice of Nigeria, stakeholders in the judiciary have drawn a roadmap which ...

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Court grants 10 land prospectors N50m bail

Th e contractor handling Section One of the reconstruction of the Lagos/Ibadan expressway project has commenced the installation of expansion joints on the popular ‘Long Bridge,’ on the LagosIbadan Expressway. Th is was observed over the weekend during the inspection ...

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