It was 1 a.m when it happened; A singular event which by any standard struck a clear cord sharp enough to reach the ears of God. An historical affront on the judiciary was recorded; most definitely the first of its kind since the end of the military rule in the year 1999. Nigeria had yet … Continue reading Corruption and The Judiciary: An analysis on the Constitutional Duties of the Executive Arm.
WOULD YOUR ANSWER BE YES ---------- NO----------- MAYBE----- If your answer is in the affirmative, you probably are among the class of persons who give special reverence to a Supreme Being; you also believe that the evils of today’s world are perpetually regulated through strict adherence to religious tenets. Indeed, many feel the need to … Continue reading DO WE NEED RELIGION?
article by: Mr Possible As one who has been schooled in the nuances of constitutional law under the watchful eyes of notable Scholars of Law in the prestigious Faculty of Law, I seek to examine the ouster clauses contained in the constitution in respect of the Judiciary and Legislative proceedings in matters relating to removal … Continue reading RECONSIDERING THE OUSTER CLAUSES; INAKOJU V. ADELEKE VIS-À-VIS THE NEED TO ESPOUSE THE SUPREMACY OF THE CONSTITUTION.
Here I lay Feeble and frighteous Hot coal burning down my spine Febrile as cottonMild as Mary's babe So were they Then cacodemons came In ginormous vans Taking them to tare in pains To witness black and tan Here I lay Heart brown as clay Reminiscing back When we laugh and played Swing and swayed … Continue reading WormWood
Okay, this happens to be the last phase of an examination. Apparently, this is the last part of the series in this article. As has been earlier analyzed, the tale of a successful student begins from day one and ends…, well, it ends at the end of this series. Acting on a presumption that you, … Continue reading HOW TO PASS AN EXAM PT 3
In the previous article, the first and basic steps on how to pass an examination were aptly considered. Nevertheless, it must be understood that a good start simply may not guarantee success; rather, a consistent application of duty and commitment leads one to glory. Yes, it’s not over, until it’s over. This article centered on … Continue reading HOW TO PASS AN EXAM PT 2
Does your examination result depress you? Do or did you once think you were intelligent? Do you think you need to pass your exams? If your answers to the aforementioned questions are in the affirmative, then this article is for you. Like it or dread it, it is hard to get away from exams (a … Continue reading RE-HOW TO PASS AN EXAM PT 1
IS IT CONTEMPT OF COURT OR ABUSE OF JUDICIAL LEVERAGE? Written by ALI UDOMOH. He blogs at Raymondali`s Blog. No subject for now would be more important than the aforementioned. All worshippers in the temple of Law must drink voraciously from the fountain of civility. Balancing the excesses of the Bar with the high handedness … Continue reading CONTEMPT OF COURT OR ABUSE OF JUDICIAL LEVERAGE?
CYBER CRIMES IN NIGERIA:PRECIPITATING FACTORS EFFECTS AND REGULATORY CONSTRAINTS Written by FREDRICK A.S OKAGUA a guest writer, and a 500 Level Final Year Law Student of the Faculty of Law, University of Benin. INTRODUCTION A computer as well as cyber survey was conducted recently by the Global Computer Crime and Security Experts has observed Nigeria as the … Continue reading CYBER-CRIMES
HOW TO PASS AN EXAM (1) Does your examination result depress you? Do or did you once think you were intelligent? Do you think you need to pass your exams? If your answers to the aforementioned questions are in the affirmative, then this article is for you. Like it or dread it, it is hard … Continue reading HOW TO PASS AN EXAM (1)