Category Archives: Law

Makurdi High Court Dismisses Suswam’s Suits To Stop His Probe

By Tahav Agerzua A Makurdi High Court Judge, Justice Adam Onum, today dismissed the two suits filed by former Governor Gabriel Suswam challenging the probe of his administration. Delivering judgement on the suits, Justice Onum accordingly vacated the earlier order

Benue Reviews Mbatiav Cement Factory BOT Contract With Fanison Nigeria Limited

The Benue State Government has constituted a committee to review the engagement of Fanison Nigeria Limited, to build, operate and transfer a cement manufacturing factory at Mbatiav in Gboko local government area. The committee which is headed by the state

Kogi’s Own Fatima Sani Makes History at Law School

A genius, Fatima Bombom Sani, made history on Wednesday, 21 October 2015 when she was honoured with standing ovation by the Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Justice Mahmud Mohammed, other members of the Body of Benchers (BOB) and the Council

Benue: Okada Rider Beaten To Stupor For Stealing Palm Oil In Ekere, Owukpa, Ogbadibo LG

There was confusion in Ekere, a suburb of Owukpa, Ogbadibo LGA of Benue State, Saturday morning after a young motorcyclist was beaten to coma by local vigilante for allegedly stealing palm oil. The victim, whose identity was given as Valency

Chief Godwin Obla, SAN I Began Law Practice in Kano with Two Suits

By Funke Olaode What influenced you into studying law? As a child, I argued about everything. I always knew that I wanted to be a lawyer. When I filled forms to go to the university, I chose law as my

Dual Citizenship And the Law: Is Bukola Saraki A Nigerian Citizen? By Abdulaziz Olatunde Bakare

Few days ago, news broke out from a popular online news platform suggesting that Nigeria’s Senate President, Sen. Dr. Bukola Saraki is not a citizen of Nigeria by virtue of his holding dual citizenship of the Federal republic of Nigeria

The Magna Carta explained

IN 1215 England’s King John was in trouble. He had spent heavily on a failed attempt to regain bits of France; the French were threatening to invade; rebellious barons, whom he had been fleecing to finance his wars, were marching

Nigeria: Epidemic looms in Ugboju Community Otukpo, Benue State.

By Enenche Okoh As acute water crisis hits Ugboju community of Otukpo LGA, there is fear of an out break of epidemic looming in the community. Residents have had to trek long distance and wait to collect water from the ground

Chief Inegbeniki Says Soldiers were used to harass voters at Uromi and Igueben

THERE were two major protests yesterday against last Saturday’s election into the National Assembly as the Edo Central Senatorial candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Francis Inegbeneki, has called for the cancellation of the National Assembly elections in the

TEXTURE OF TRUE REPRESENTATION; ADABAH ABAH CONDOLES AGILA PEOPLE BY EDE OGABA EDE

Member-elect, Federal House of Representatives, Ado/Ogbadibo/Okpokwu federal constituency, Christian Adabah Abah, has condoled the Agila Community in Makurdi over the tragic accident that involved its members returning home after voting in last Saturday Presidential/Senatorial elections. The tragic accident which occurred

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