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Judges, The Law And Our Democracy- REUBEN ABATI

To expand the democratic space in Nigeria and to ensure the legitimacy and stability of our democratic process, the rule of law, perhaps the...

How Judiciary Gears For General Election In 2019

As the country prepares for the 2019 general election, the judiciary is also getting set for the disputes expected from the outcome of the...

Ex-Magistrate Says Imo Judiciary Is On Life Support As Non-Payment Of...

As the issue of non-payment of Imo judges’ allowances for about 16 months and other frustrations on the judicial officers continue to rage, a...

A Failed Criminal Justice System- Davidson Iriekpen

The recent revelation by the Nigerian Prison Service (NPS) that about 70 per cent of inmates in the prisons are awaiting trial has again...

NBA Enugu Supports Automation Of Judiciary

The Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) in Enugu says the association is fully in support of the automation of the judiciary, especially e-recording of proceedings...

Group Demands AGF, Malami’s Sack Over Corruption In Judiciary

Members of the Copyright Society of Nigeria, COSON, on Thursday, called for the immediate sack of Nigeria’s Attorney General of the Federation and Minister...

Abia Courts Shut As Top Judicial Officers Engage In Near Fisticuffs

High and Magistrate Courts in Umuahia, Abia State were shut down on Thursday as the long standing tussle between the executive and judiciary over...

Lagos CJ Restates Commitment To Judiciary Reforms

The Chief of Lagos State, Justice Opeyemi Oke, has reiterated her commitment to restoring public confidence in the State Judiciary by eradicating corruption within...

Lagos Lawyers Advocate Better Judicial System In 2018

Some Lagos-based lawyers on Thursday harped on the need for the judiciary to embrace Technology so as to enhance speedy dispensation of justice. The lawyers...

Judiciary Staff Swear To Oath Of Secrecy, Allegiance

The Chief Judge of Lagos State, Justice Opeyemi Oke, has ordered judiciary workers to take the  oath of secrecy and allegiance. The move was part...