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.
The doctrine of separation of powers is for checks and balances of the legislative, executive and judicial powers but there is no watertight compartment.
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…
The function of the Nigerian military men is to defend the territory and frontiers of Nigeria; they are meant to “wage war” in the defence of the country. Unfortunately, the issue of military men victimizing the common man has been a convention.
“the tort of malicious prosecution is an action for damages brought by one against whom a civil suit or criminal proceedings has been unsuccessfully commenced without probable cause and for aims other than bringing the alleged offender to justice”
“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”
“The effect of such mistake is that the contract is usually void ab initio, i.e, from the beginning. Therefore, no property will pass under it and no obligations can arise under it”.
“With the judgement, and perhaps moves to reunite factions, many political pundits are optimistic that the former vibrant party will now be able to offer a robust opposition to the ruling APC”
“*Have you been maltreated by policemen recently? (Just pick the name and number on their Uniform) You can now lodge a complaint directly to the Police Public Complaints Rapid Response Unit at the following numbers and platforms: Phone Calls Only: 08057000001, 08057000002 | SMS/WhatsApp Only: 08057000003 | BBM:58A2B5DE | Twitter: @PoliceNG_PCRRU |”