Era Of Appointing Unfit Supreme Court Judges Is Over CJN ChannelsTV (Today) - The Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Justice Mahmud Mohammed, on Thursday said that the era of appointing unfit and improper persons as judges has gone. He said that the ... 9ija News.com, 1 week ago
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Thousands of convicts released by specialist courts constituted by Chief Justice Dr Willy Mutunga risk being re-arrested. Court of Appeal Justices Hannah Okwengu, Milton Makhandia and Fatuma Sichale ruled in Malindi last Friday that the ...East African Standard, 2 weeks ago Supreme Court's intervention in constitutional amendment brouhaha Daily Newswatch, 1 week ago Supreme Court and constitution amendment Nigeria Punch, 2 weeks ago Supreme Court Gets New Justice 9ija News.com, 2 weeks ago
Ogun State Chief Judge, Justice Olatokunbo Olopade has granted unconditional release to 37 inmates from the five prisons in the state. Six prisoners were set free at Ilaro, 11 at 0ba, 15 at Abeokuta, two at Sagamu and three Ijebu-Ode prisons. ...AllAfrica.com, 2 weeks ago Ogun CJ Sets Free 37 Prisoners The Guardian Nigeria, 2 weeks ago
A group, Justice Watch Group of Nigeria, on Thursday petitioned the chief judge of the Federal High Court, questioning the morality of the case instituted by Ogun State Senator-elect, Buruji Kashamu, over his possible extradition to the United ...Individual.com, 2 weeks ago Court decides Kashamu's extradition suit May 27 9ija News.com, 2 weeks ago Court Decides Kashamu's Anti-Abduction Suit May 27 This Day Online, 2 weeks ago Court okays extradition of ex-Mint chief to UK for trial Nigerian Voice, 3 weeks ago
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Cultism Dekina (Kogi), May 8, 2015 (NAN) The Chief Judge of Kogi, Justice Nasir Ajanah, has decried increasing youth population in prison custody over cultism related offences. Ajanah spoke on Thursday at the Federal Prisons Dekina, while ...The Guardian Nigeria, 2 weeks ago Youth's high population in prisons is caused by cultism- Kogi CJ 9ija News.com, 2 weeks ago Nigeria: Kogi Cj Decries Increasing Youth Population in Prisons Over Cultism AllAfrica.com, 2 weeks ago
No judge will be appointed on fraternity again, says CJN NigerianPilot (Today) - Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Mahmud Mohammed, yesterday said the era of appointing unfit and improper persons as judges had gone, adding that merit and not ...9ija News.com, 1 week ago Be Fair To All, CJN Tells Judges Leadership, 1 week ago CJN cautions against frivolous petitions Daily Trust Nigera, 1 week ago Always Uphold Rule Of Law, CJN Asks Judges Nigeria Daily Independent, 1 week ago
Judges appointment will be based on merit CJN Daily Post (Today) - The Chief Justice of Nigeria, CJF , Justice Mahmud Mohammed, declared on Thursday that the era of appointing unfit and improper persons as judges had gone. According to him, ...NigerianHerald.com, 1 week ago
Council of State comes up with template for inaugurating new govt. Information Nigeria (Today) - The National Council of State on Tuesday in Abuja approved a template for the smooth inauguration of new government in Nigeria. The council comprises ...NigerianHerald.com, 2 weeks ago Council Of State Approves Template For Inauguration Of New Govt. News Hub.com.ng, 2 weeks ago Council of State approves inauguration programme News Express Nigeria, 2 weeks ago
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A Makurdi-based Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), Tony Ijohor, has asked the Benue Chief Judge, Justice Iorhemen Hwande, to imprison the state's Attorney-General, Mr Philip Ierkwagh, for contempt of court. Ijohor urged the court to also commit ...Leadership, 2 weeks ago Don asks Benue court to jail attorney-general for contempt Nigeria Punch, 2 weeks ago Imprison Benue Attorney-General, Suswam's aide Ijohor PM News Nigeria, 2 weeks ago
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has said he is deeply troubled by Boko Haram’s “continuing indiscriminate and horrific attacks” against the civilian populations of Cameroon, Chad, Niger and Nigeria, according to the United Nations.
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