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CJN swears in 30 New Senior Advocates of Nigeria

By Babatunde Opalana The Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Walter Samuel Nkanu Onnoghen, will on Monday, September, 18 administer the oath on the 30 legal practitioners recently elevated to the prestigious rank of Senior Advocates of Nigeria (SANs). The inauguration of the lawyers into the inner bar is to hold at the main Courtroom

Biafra Suit: Intersociety releases evidence against Buratai, Arase, other Military and Police top shots

By News Express Frontline rights group, International Society for Civil Liberties and the Rule of Law (Intersociety) on Friday morning released indicting evidence against top Nigerian Military and Police chiefs dragged before a United States District Court for alleged brutal suppression of pro-Biafra protests in Nigeria and the killing of some

Biafra Suit: Intersociety releases evidence against Buratai, Arase, other Military and Police top shots

By News Express Frontline rights group International Society for Civil Liberties and the Rule of Law (Intersociety) on Friday morning released indicting evidence against top Nigerian Military and Police chiefs dragged before a United States District Court for alleged brutal suppression of pro-Biafra protests in Nigeria and the killing of some

As corruption tears police apart

By Emmanuel Onwubiko Nigeria has a debilitating social malaise which has to do with the lack of a sustained sense of national outrage over ethical and criminal offences that ordinarily should prick the conscience of a rational being. The majority of Nigerians,  who reside in the geographical space known as Nigeria behave

Okorocha damns criticisms, says more markets to go down

By Josephine Ella-Ejeh Apparently not perturbed by the criticisms trailing last Saturday’s  demolition of  the  famous ancient Ekeukwu market  in Owerri,  the Imo state Governor, Rochas Okorocha said more markets in the state are to be demolished. During the exercise which attracted wide spread condemnation from Igbo communities, groups and leaders as

A minister’s bigoted agenda

By Emmanuel Onwubiko There is little doubt that the current minister of education Malam Adamu Adamu has displayed overwhelming aversion/repulsion  for other faith-based affiliations in the determination of who to appoint into strategic national educational positions.  He is reported to have so marginalised his better qualified  colleague- the minister of state for

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