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.
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.
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.
Charly Boy and his fellow peaceful protesters have a right to protest the President’s continued stay in London because the alibi they’ve gotten as governance wasn’t in their interest.
It was very early on a Sunday morning. I was riding to church in company of my friend, Olaitan Yisa while we listened attentively to the day’s Newspaper Headlines. At some point, Olaitan asked me whether I heard the story of the Taxify driver that sexually assaulted a female passenger who claimed to be a lesbian. I was plain enough to disclose to him I heard nothing of such. Being enthusiastic about the news, I thereafter proceeded to the website…
“they can appoint an Interim Government to take over the administration of the state pending the time political stability will be restored”.
“Justice Bode Rhodes-Vivour, who read the lead judgment, held that “no matter the circumstances of the birth of a female child, such a child is entitled to an inheritance from her later father’s estate”