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On Nigeria, ICC President is biased

Emmanuel Onwubiko The International criminal court in the Hague, Netherlands is a global legal forum whereby the most atrocious types of crimes against humanity which are left unattended to in their nations of origin are prosecuted. Since coming into being however, the Rome Treaty setting up this world court has encountered teething

Buhari: ICC too young to die at 20-Intersociety 

•Must no provide safe passage for rights violators Emeka Umeagbalasi and Chinaza Bernard  It deeply troubles our heart that global institutions and other mechanisms for promotion and protection of human rights and global justice are steadily putting themselves in the danger list of extinction. Key among these international institutions is the International

Insecurity And Indecisiveness: The Maddening Race Down The Hill To Self Destruction

By Jaye Gaskia   We are indeed living in perilous times, a season of anomie, where life has become truly brief, short and brutish, and where not even the fittest can be sure of survival. This is the condition that best describes our existence in Nigeria at this moment. Violent crimes and irrational

The executive order on suspicious assets is unconstitutional

By Comrade Emmanuel Onwubiko One of the nation's foremost pro-democracy and civil Rights organisations- Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria (HURIWA) has described the recently signed executive order by President Muhammadu Buhari in which the perception or interpretation is being given that the executive arm has the power of law

CAN’s 10-point prayers to Buhari over killings, Leah Sharibu

Below is the full speech by the Northern States' Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) that contains the 10-point prayers presented by the Chairman, Rev. Yakubu Pam, during a courtesy visit to President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday, July 5, 2018 at the Presidential Villa, Abuja. We are the Executive Members of the

NADCEL 2018: Celebrating the Nigeria soldier in a unique way

Brig-Gen. Sani Usman Today Friday , July 6, 2018, the Nigerian Army is celebrating its day for the year 2018, (NADCEL 2018) in Monguno, Borno State. This is unique and a sharp departure from the usual parade, combat march past, weaponry and equipment displays usually at the Eagle Square in Abuja

The Abuja Ultimatum: Your Land or Your Life?

By Michael John  The cat is out of the bag! Death and mass killing are the instruments of coercion the Federal Government is using (or hopes to continue using or is allowing the Fulani herdsmen to use) in order to coerce and intimidate states, farmers and Nigerians into surrendering their ancestral