Democracy Day: Reminiscing The Exploits of President Tinubu In June 12 Struggle

The 2023 commemoration of the historic June 12, which is the Nigeria’s Democracy Day reminisces the hard fought struggle of many pro-democracy activists, media , and progressives politicians in the defence of the mandate of the winner of the 1993 Presidential elections, Bashorun Moshood Kashimawo Abiola and the subsequent enthronement of democratic rule in 1999. […]

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Niger State Govt Revokes IBB University, Others’ C-Of-O

The Niger State Government has revoked the Certificate of Occupancy, C-of-O, issued to the Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida, IBB, University in Suleja. It also revoked the C-of-O issued to other institutions and individuals within government-designated areas across the state. The government announced the decision in a statement signed by the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Lands and […]

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NBA Ikorodu Law-Week: Osigwe, Ajibade, Thany, Others Advocate True Federalism

– Calls for Devolution of More Powers To States, LGovt. Some Senior Advocates of Nigeria, SANs, have advocated for a federalism that devolved more powers to the states and local government areas, LGA, than the central government. The SANs spoke at the Annual Memorial Lecture of Chief Babatunde Olusola Benson, SAN, on the topic: “The […]

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25%: Court Throws Out FCT Residents’ Case Against Tinubu’s Inauguration

– Awards N20Million Against Plantiffs’ Lawyer  A Federal High Court, sitting in Abuja, has dismissed the suit filed by five residents of the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, who sought to stop the inauguration of Bola Tinubu, as Nigeria’s President. Presiding Judge, Justice Inyang Ekwo, on Tuesday, ordered the lawyer representing the five residents to pay […]

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Court Restrains NLC, TUC, Others From Embarking On Strike, Over Fuel Subsidy Removal

The National Industrial Court, sitting in Abuja, has restrained the Nigerian Labour Congress, NLC; Trade Union Congress, TUC, and its other affiliates from embarking on a nationwide strike, over the removal of fuel subsidy. The labour unions had proposed to commence on an industrial action on Wednesday. Justice O.Y. Anuwe on Monday granted the interim […]

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Northern, South-West Chapters Of NLC Pull Out Of Nationwide Strike Over Fuel Subsidy Removal

The notion that the proposed nationwide strike recently declared by the Joe Ajaero-led Nigerian Labour Congress, NLC, is partisan and unfair to the administration of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, has begun to yield reactions from both members of political parties and the chapters of NLC. The All Progressives Congress, through one of its Spokespersons, Bayo […]

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