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Author: Joseph Ogunmodede

Founder, THE LEGAL DIARY Joseph Jagunmolu Ogunmodede is a budding lawyer and founder of Nigerian-based innovative network known as THE LEGAL DIARY, an online platform for educating people on their legal rights and duties which is a unique idea that meets the pressing need for public enlightenment in Nigeria. Since the evolution of THE LEGAL DIARY in January, 2017, he has consistently updated his audience with various legal stories and legal opinions posted on a weekly basis. He has also offered several pieces of advice and legal opinions to a number of clients both online and physically. He was born in Ogun State, Nigeria, and holds Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) Degree from the prestigious University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Oyo State where he was awarded a First Class (Honours). He is currently an Intern at B. O. Ogunmodede & Co, Abeokuta, Ogun State.
Valedictory Speech Delivered By The Legal Diary Founder, Joseph Ogunmodede At University of Ibadan 2015/2016 Convocation

Valedictory Speech Delivered By The Legal Diary Founder, Joseph Ogunmodede At University of Ibadan 2015/2016 Convocation

Personally, with all sense of humility, I have led by example in this respect by founding “The Legal Diary” which is an online platform to creatively educate the world on their legal rights and duties. Kindly log on to www.thelegaldiary.com and be part of my testimony.

Divorce: Sole Ground For Dissolution of Marriage

Divorce: Sole Ground For Dissolution of Marriage

Divorce: Sole Ground For Dissolution of Marriage “Man proposes, God disposes!” was her exact thought. Tara had always wanted to study Economics at the University of Ibadan. She had heard so much about the Premier University right from her days at Brighter Rose College. The connections of Prof. Wole Soyinka, her favourite author with the prestigious institution also increased her interest in the University. Hardly would a day pass without Tara searching for “University of Ibadan” on google. Tara George…

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Not Too Young To Run By Charly Boy – Sahara Reporters

Not Too Young To Run By Charly Boy – Sahara Reporters

The big question, however, is – are the present crop of Nigerian youths qualified for leadership? To that, I say a big YES. When we talk about our youths, all focus must not be on the youths residing in Nigeria alone. Globally, many young Nigerians are doing the country proud and excelling in their different fields of endeavour.

ASUU, Resident Doctors, Other Trade Unions Have A Right to Strike!

ASUU, Resident Doctors, Other Trade Unions Have A Right to Strike!

Nigeria has been immensely blessed with a contagion of strikes during this season to the extent that even the dead bodies of deceased workers in their graves keep singing to the ears of the Nigerian government, “Strikes fall on you, more strikes fall on you!”. The Academic Staff Union of Universities( ASUU) declared an indefinite strike over unresolved and contentious issues with the Federal Government on the 12th of August, 2017. Vanguard Newspaper reported that the National President of ASUU,…

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