X (Unnamed Person) v. University of Ibadan & Ors by Mujib Jimoh Introduction When I came across the case of ‘Kunle v. University of Port Harcourt (Uniport), a case instituted by one Adekunle against the disciplinary action taken by Uniport, I knew immediately that the Adekunle wasn’t ‘Kunle Adebajo for three reasons. First, ‘Kunle never had a stint at Uniport; secondly, ‘Kunle isn’t a controversial lad whose matter always floods court gate; thirdly, the case was before the Nigerian Court…
I suppose the universities work very hard and give students their degrees. But I think the law school has outlived its usefulness. It supposed to be a postgraduate institution where you learn more practically.
Whenever a breach of judicial oath occurs, it is a misconduct itself, then the NJC is the appropriate body to investigate such breaches by the judicial officer
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 “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…
However, the defence of intoxication does not generally lead to acquittal instead the charge may be dropped to a lesser offence.
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Dr. Tolani Asuni wrote in his petition dated July 10, 2017, inter alia: “Ms Bashorun’s conduct of blatantly abusing court processes for 9 years brings the legal profession into disrepute. A potential SAN ought not to be found wanting in this regard
Only at age 37. He is 12 years post-call and had dedicated his post call years to active advocacy and personal development. He is a partner in the law firm of Afe Babalola & Co.
Neither the people of Nigerian nor their representatives actually wrote the supposed (1999) Constitution. Rather, the Constitution was merely imposed on the people of Nigeria by dictatorial military leaders who had their own axe to grind.