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Buhari Urges Judges Not To Be Partisan

President Mohammadu Buhari has urged the judiciary to remain impartial and non-partisan in the fight against corruption. The President said this while declaring open an international workshop on the role of the judiciary in the fight against corruption, which held at the national judicial institute, on Monday in Abuja.

Judicial Reform A Must For Economic Stability – NBA

President of the Nigerian Bar Association, NBA, Okey Wali, said on Monday that it is impossible for the country to attract foreign or local...

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False alarm: Police to arraign Amira Sufyanu in court today

THE Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Police Command is set to arraign Amira Sufyanu in court today. According to the Command's...

Gwanara road project: Kwara govt admits contracts inflation eight months after TheICIR report

By Dare Akogun Kwara state government (KWSG) has admitted that the contract sum for the Ilesha Baruba – Gwanara road...

BURIED DREAMS: The doctors who died in their prime fighting Lassa fever

By Taiwo Adebulu As a teenager, Abel Obetta had big dreams. Following his father’s death, he knew life would never...

Democracy Day speech: Buhari makes false claim about primary elections

IN his nationwide broadcast on Sunday, 12th of June 2022 in commemoration of the 2022 Democracy Day, Nigeria’s President Muhammadu...

Rent your house to Yahoo boys, risk 15 years in jail, EFCC warns landlords

THE Economic and Financial Commission Commission (EFCC) has warned that landlords risk 15 years in jail for renting houses...
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