This is the second part of the explication of the ruling that acquitted Justice Adeniyi Ademola, his wife, Olabowale Ademola and a senior legal practitioner, Joe Agi SAN. The first part of this article can be read here.
This article is an explication of the ruling that acquitted Justice Adeniyi Ademola, his wife, Olabowale Ademola and a senior legal practitioner, Joe Agi SAN. The ruling
MALLAM NASIR AHMED EL-RUFAI V. SENATE OF THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY & 5 ORS  1 NWLR (PART 1494) 504 (2014) LPELR – 23115 (CA) Delivered by the Court of Appeal, Abuja Division SUMMARY OF FACTS: The appellant, Mallam Nasir Ahmed El-Rufai, was the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory between June 2003 and May 2007. […]
OTUNBA JUSTUS OLUGBENGA DANIEL V. FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA  8 NWLR (PART 1410) 570 (2013) LPELR – 22148 (CA) Delivered by the Court of Appeal, Ibadan Division SUMMARY OF FACTS: The Federal Republic of Nigeria through the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) filed a charge against the former Governor of Ogun State, Otunba […]
ETISALAT V NCC & MTN SUIT NO. FHC/L/CS/1075/15: THE ANTI-COMPETITIVE DIMENSION OF ON-NET/OFF-NET PRICE DIFFERENTIALS BY CHUKWUYERE E. IZUOGU On the 14th of July, 2015, Etisalat as the Applicant instituted Etisalat v. NCC & MTN Suit No. FHC/L/CS/1075/15 (the case) against both NCC (the Commission) and MTN seeking among other reliefs; an Order of perpetual […]
WE SHOULD HAVE A TRUE SOCIAL MEDIA BILL BY FUNMILAYO ODUDE This piece is inspired by the continuous conversation surrounding the Frivolous Petition Bill sponsored by the Deputy Majority Leader of the 8th National Assembly, Senator Bala Ibn Na’Allah representing the Kebbi South Constituency. The Bill now popularly referred to as the Social Media Bill, […]
PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS (PPPs) IN NIGERIA: AN EMERGING TOOL FOR INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT. BY KATE OKOH LL.B, BL. LL.M (UCL, LONDON), PON (HARVARD) Introduction Nigeria is one of the fastest growing economies among the developing countries and has a flexible rule of law, however, leadership deficiency in our public service (which is a stark contrast to what operates in USA […]
THE CONCURRENT JURISDICTION OF THE HIGH COURTS TO DETERMINE FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS SUITS: AN ANALYSIS OF THE PROVISION OF SECTION 46(1) OF THE CONSTITUTION