The strike embarked by Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria, JUSUN, is negatively affecting the nation’s economy. This is the position of a legal practitioner and a human right activist Barrister Maxwell Okpara after his appearance at the flagship programme of Independent Television “This Morning On ITV”.
The Judicial Staff Union of Nigeria says its resolve to continue with industrial action is non-negotiable. Members of the association said this Wednesday when the house committee on judiciary appeal to the union to call off the strike.
Few days after the Owerri Jail Break incident in Imo state occured, armed personnel attached to the Bauchi Correctional Centre on Friday averted what would have been another jailbreak. ITV correspondent takes a look at the incidents of frequent jail breaks and attempted invasion of correctional centres by armed men.
The Honourable Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice Abubakar Malami has debunked the allegation that his office and the Chief of Staff to the President, Prof. Ibrahim Gambari forced the Central Bank of Nigeria to pay 133 Billion Naira Judgement debt.
Nigeria’s Judicial System has the capacity of attracting international trade and foreign direct investment. This was the position of The President Of Court Of Appeal Justice Monica Dongban -Mensem during the first session of the Court Of Appeal Mediation Centre in Abuja.
The Court Of Appeal In Abuja Thursday Dismissed The Alleged Certificate Forgery Suit Filed By The All Progressives Congress, APC, Against Governor Godwin Obaseki Of Edo State. The Court Dismissed The Suit For Lacking In Merit And Awards 250, 000 Cost In Favour Of Governor Obaseki.
Justice Taiwo Taiwo of the Federal High Court in Abuja, on Wednesday, stopped proceedings in the ongoing trial of the Former Head Of Service of the Federation, Winifred Oyo-Ita, and her co-defendants Joseph Kadiri reports that Justice Taiwo made the order in a ruling, where he described the action of the economic and financial crimes commission EFCC in obtaining an ex-parte order for the freezing of bank accounts of some defendants in the matter before another court as an abuse of court process.
Eighteen inmates of the Nigerian Correctional Service (NCoS), studying at the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) Corrections’ Special Study Centres, last Saturday, graduated with various degree certificates. The Public Relations Officer of the NCoS CC Francis Enobore, disclosed this in a statement on Thursday. According to him, the Acting Controller General of Corrections, John Mrabure, congratulate the graduands also charged them to see the educational advancement as a stepping stone to a brighter future. He further urged them to shun anti-social behaviours capable of tainting the new course of…
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission EFCC says Faisal Maina, son of Abdulrasheed Maina, former Chairman, defunct Pension Reformed Task Team, has fled to the United States of America USA. The EFCC’s Counsel, Mohammed Abubakar, disclosed this when he appeared before Justice Okon Abang of the Federal High Court, Abuja, on Thursday. Abubakar said from the information at the disposal of the anti-graft agency, Faisal sneaked to the USA through the Republic of Niger. Earlier at the Thursday’s sitting, Justice Abang, in a committal proceeding ruling, ordered Faisal’s surety, who…
The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has given insight into plans to reopen Wuse market and a plaza sealed for flaunting COVID-19 protocols. Head, Media and Enlightenment of FCT COVID-19 Enforcement team, Ikharo Attah disclosed this after inspecting the affected areas on Tuesday. The Enforcement team had on Monday sealed Wuse market and a plaza at the popular UTC market in Area 10 over violation of the safety measures. Attah said business activities in the affected areas will commence as soon as meetings with the relevant stakeholders are concluded. He…