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NBA: Between difficult places

NBA: Between difficult places

By Ikhelowa Joseph As an onlooker and stakeholder (even though tangential) in the seeming battle of elephants going on in…
A world of deceit without end

A world of deceit without end

By Owei Lakemfa THE European Union, EU, and the Group of Seven, G7, comprising Canada, France, Germany, Japan, Italy, the…
Maikyau’s withdrawal from call to bar and relevance of NBA

Maikyau’s withdrawal from call to bar and relevance of NBA

By Bright Nwosu News have it that the President of the Nigerian Bar Association has withdrawn from the Call to…
Boundaries and titles: The legal angle(3)

Boundaries and titles: The legal angle(3)

By Ebun-Olu Adegboruwa, SAN In this concluding section of the paper delivered at the 1st Stakeholders’ Summit organized by the…
Can we make the police our friends?

Can we make the police our friends?

By Bamidele Johnson Power distribution companies’ officials and greedy landlords are unlikely to rank high on the table of Nigerians…
Hurrah! The judges awaken, the powerful are becoming convicts

Hurrah! The judges awaken, the powerful are becoming convicts

By Owei Lakemfa IT is against the run of play for the powerful in office to be convicted for misdeeds,…
We are Grandparents now!

We are Grandparents now!

By Hope O’Rukevbe Eghagha These days it is boring to discuss the politics and social issues of the day in…
Tribute: In defence of Rt.Hon. Niyi Afuye

Tribute: In defence of Rt.Hon. Niyi Afuye

Femi Falana SAN On June 8, 2014, the police had reportedly attacked the convoy of Governor Kayode Fayemi following the…
President Buhari and his successor

President Buhari and his successor

By Promise Adiele It is gradually becoming impossible to cope with life in Nigeria. Sometimes, one must invoke all the…
Boundaries and titles: The legal angle (2)

Boundaries and titles: The legal angle (2)

By Ebun-Olu Adegboruwa, SAN Last week, I shared the contents of the paper delivered at the 1st Surveyor-General’s Stakeholders Summit…
Another Conversation Nigeriana

Another Conversation Nigeriana

By Hope O’Rukevbe Eghagha Adiele: My brother, how do you see the country? Oloko: The country is carrying an elephant…
Ekiti: Tell Oyebanji, they will come for you!

Ekiti: Tell Oyebanji, they will come for you!

By Bolanle Bolawole What goes around comes around First they came for the socialists, and I didn’t speak out because…
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