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Anarchy in the Temple of Justice

The image and credibility of the Nigerian judiciary suffer a setback as the two of the country’s most prominent judicial officers battle each other ...

It’s Lawlessness

Itse Sagay, Senior Advocate of Nigeria, SAN, and professor of International Law, speaks with Dike Onwuamaeze, principal staff writer, on the crisis rocking the judiciary. ...

Nature’s Biggest Gifts to Nigeria

Waterfalls, warm springs, rocks arranged in the most enthralling pattern, beaches and game reserves are a few examples of many of nature’s biggest gifts to ...

“Islands” of Fun

They are located in various parts of Lagos and are synonymous with alcohol, drugs and fun in all ramifications Nigeria is ...

The Cities’ Honeypots

They are the “sweetest” parts of the nation’s towns and cities and they hardly go to sleep at night “I’m shocked at ...

The Reforms That Will Checkmate EFCC

Mohammed Bello Adoke, attorney general of the federation and minister of justice defends the introduction of  guidelines by his ministry to ensure due diligence in ...

The Contentious Legislation

Here's the legislation that spells out new guidelines for the operations of anti-graft agencies in Nigeria ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL CRIMES COMISSION (ESTABLISHMENT) ACT ...

Ibori: Going the Way of His Women

James Onanefe Ibori, former governor of Delta State, whose  wife and female business associate are now serving various prison terms in London, is set to ...

Sanusi’s Banking Reforms: Setting The Records Straight

The CBN reacts to criticisms trailing Sanusi Lamido Sanusi’s reform agenda in the banking industry in Nigeria and insists that all that were done were ...

Islamic Banking: The CBN’s Role

The Central Bank of Nigeria is not a promoter of Islamic banking but only issued guidelines concerning its introduction The most ...

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Indicted Companies, Their Owners

Many highly placed Nigerians who own some of the companies indicted for fuel subsidy offences are likely to be arraigned in court this week The stage ...

Still a Killing Field

Fear and grief take the centre stage again in Jos after another round of crisis leading to the death of more than140 persons including two ...

Battle to Save LGs

A presidential committee headed by retired Justice Alfa Belgore suggests ways to salvage the nation’s local governments from the over bearing influence of state governors The ...

Twist in the Akpabio’s Murder Case

The family of the murdered Akpabio brothers rejects the setting up of a security committee to investigate the multiple murder incident and demands explanation for ...

Akwa Ibom Triumphs

Cross River State loses its bid to reclaim 76 oil wells which it lost through its declassification as a littoral state For Godswill Akpabio, governor of ...

Danger at the Door

Fear of religious war looms as Boko Haram sect targets churches and Christians for attacks T he   ordination   ceremony of Matthew Hassan Kukah as the Catholic ...

Danger at the Door

Fear of religious war looms as Boko Haram sect targets churches and Christians for attacks T he   ordination   ceremony of Matthew Hassan Kukah as the Catholic ...

Christians Have a Right to Defend Themselves

Gabriel Osu, monsignor and director of communications, Catholic Archdiocese of Lagos, speaks to Anthony Akaeze, assistant editor, on a number of issues relating to the ...

It’s Not a War Against Christians

Lateef Adegbite, secretary general, Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs, speaks to Dike Onwuamaeze, principal staff writer, and Ishaya Ibrahim, staff writer, on Boko Haram. Excerpts: Newswatch: ...

On the Rise Again

Cases of kidnapping are again on the increase in Imo State There is an upsurge in kidnapping in Imo State. The cases are much more than ...