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Each and every judge is an embodiment of that institution, that is, the judiciary. When you attack a judge, you attack the institution. The DSS’s invasions of the judges’ home were an invasion of an institution. This will not be tolerated in a society that is striving to attain the best in the rule of law.


cover photoDiscussions about judicial corruption points to a failure of the Bar, Bench
No responsible lawyer should be happy that the house or office of a judge is raided. This is because the respect that a lawyer enjoys in the society is a function of the respect the society has for the law which itself is a function of the very high esteem the judges are held. Without the judge, there can’t be law and without law, there can’t be society. The implication is that any disrespect to the judge runs down the entire society.


cover photoWhat power does Trump have over deportation policy?
Logistically speaking, Trump's plan would target somewhere between 5 and 6.5 million people currently living in the country, and cost anywhere from $51.2 billion to $66.9 billion over the next five years. Can he actually follow through with it?


cover photoRescuing the Judiciary from further Executive Bastardization: A Major challenge facing new CJN
The NJC has abandoned the Judicial Officers it swore to protect at all times and lent a hand in the lampooning and destruction of the country’s Judiciary. History will never be fair and kind to the NJC and the NBA for this broad day cowardice and wickedness.


The Lawyer's place in Mismanagement of Media Misinformantion in democratic Nigeria
If any lawyer believes (without any doubt), and acts on, a mere allegation in the news or social media (which is yet obviously unconfirmed by any documents and unsubstantiated before any competent court of law), then that lawyer is hardly fit to be called by the name "Lawyer."


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Buhari appoints Tinubu’s aide, others as NCC Commissioners

President Muhammadu Buhari has requested the Senate to confirm nominees into positions of Chairman, Executive Commissioner, and Non-Executive Commissioners of Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC). In a letter dated August 2, 2016, sent to President of the Senate, Bukola Saraki, Mr. Buhari nominated Olabiyi Durojaiye as chairman of the commission.

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