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CJN Says Judiciary Under Threat

The Chief justice of Nigeria, CJN, Walter Onnoghen, has urged Nigerians to desist from making disparaging remarks about the nation’s judiciary but rather to approach the National Judicial Council in cases of perceived wrong doing by judicial officers.

There Was Once A Bench

By Eric Teniola “Chief Justice, I am glad you gave that judgment, because I want you to feel free, If I commit a crime or...

Nigeria Bids Farewell To First Female Chief Justice

The first female Chief Justice of Nigeria, CJN, Justice Aloma Mukhtar, on Thursday officially bowed out of office amid accolades from prominent Nigerians and...


FG ready to crush banditry, Malami boasts as court declares bandits as terrorists

ATTORNEY-GENERAL of the Federation and Minister of Justice Abubakar Malami has said the declaration of bandit groups as terrorist...

Sanwo-Olu blames Buhari administration’s policies for hike in cooking gas prices

LAGOS State governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu has blamed the hike in cooking gas prices across the country on the economic...

Lalong condemns Plateau killings, calls for arrest of gunmen

PLATEAU State governor Simon Lalong on Friday condemned the killing of residents of Ta’agbe community in Bassa Local Government...

Why FCT primary school teachers embarked on indefinite strike – NUT chairman

TEACHERS in primary schools supervised by the local government areas in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) embarked on an...

Al Jazeera offers journalism fellowship

AL Jazeera Media Institute is inviting applications for the fifth edition of the Al Jazeera Fellowship. The program aims at encouraging...
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