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Soyinka accuses Buhari of subverting rule of law

  Nobel laureate, Wole Soyinka, has lambasted President MuhammaduBuhari for suggesting that national security is superior to the rule of law. He said Nigerians should expect...

Towards a Transparent and Independent Judiciary

The survival of any democracy depends on the integrity of the Judiciary.  Therefore, a transparent, free and independent judiciary is not negotiable. It is...

Tackle killing of Christians now or risk reprisal that will explode...

A rights group based in Onitsha, the International Society for Civil Liberties and the Rule of Law, also known as Intersociety has warned of...

Immunity for Impunity: Time for amendment!

  The Immunity clause in the Nigerian constitution was originally designed to protect government officials in the discharge of their legitimate function. But alas, it...

Restore the Rule of Law

  Laws in society are departure from the anarchic era. They serve as a guide to ensure order. Therefore, no society survives without the rule...

The Principles and Challenges of Free, (3) Fair and Regular Elections...

The electoral process in Nigeria has become a means to institutionalize tyranny, religious and political marginalization of ethnic and political minorities and stealing. The...

The Principles and Challenges of Free, (2) Fair and Regular...

A secret Ballot: A secret Ballot means, no one but the voter knows how he voted. If how, a voter voted is observable, it violates...

Vatican to UN: Middle East minorities need our protection

“The alarming, escalating phenomenon of international terrorism, new in some of its expressions and utterly ruthless in its barbarity” demands “ a deeper and...

THE RULE OF LAW AND DISCIPLINE

The level of indiscipline and lawlessness in our country is so unspeakable and quite unimaginable when you consider what it takes for a society...

ODI: Protesters barricade East-West road – Demand FG’s obedience of court...

The people of Odi in Kolokuma/Opokuma Local Government Area of Bayelsa State staged a massive protest against the Federal Government demanding payment of the...

Between Social Justice and Egalitarianism

No Nigerian citizen needs a soothsayer to acknowledge the fact that justice in this country is for the rich.  This piece explores in brevity,...

Code of Conduct For Public Officers

There are rules and professional ethics governing the employment of public officers under the employment of local councils, state and federal Government's public services...
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