In what has been considered by many as a judgment long overdue, the Federal High Court sitting at Abuja finally held that basic education be litigious and enforceable in courts of Nigeria. Previously, the right to free basic education was non-justiciable i.e it couldnt be enforced in court. For ease of understanding, an adumbrated explanation … Continue reading THE RIGHT TO FREE BASIC EDUCATION NOW ENFORCEABLE IN NIGERIA; AN ANALYSIS OF THE NUANCES OF THE COURT’S DECISION IN LEDAP V MIN OF EDUCATION
Ours is a land blessed with an abundance of resources and talents. We have everything we need for our daily survival in this country at our disposal. Our rich history and present events suggest that Nigeria will realise the extent of her potentials only when her borders are shut tight. To ascertain the validity of … Continue reading NIGERIA FOR NIGERIANS
I have resisted the urge to write on the contentious saga of Judges' arrest and investigation but my guards were broken by the protracted misfires on issues of law by esteemed men in the legal business. I waited earnestly for a reply to the mail I sent the President of the Nigerian Bar Association, M. … Continue reading JUDGES’ ARREST; THE INCONGRUITIES AND THE LAW – THE NEED TO PUT THE NBA IN THE KNOW!
I could not have allowed sleeping dogs lie just like that, not even would I have let go of this issue however it laid doggo, that one would not have heard its slithering escape. It came along rushing advances that many a people could not have suffered pains of allowing it go by without giving … Continue reading THE DSS ARREST OF JUDGES- HAD THEY NOT STRUCK IS PAST HISTORY, THEY STRUCK IS HISTORY PASSED
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.
Time and time again has come to show, perchance any little to go by the splitting dissatisfaction of election results in my dear country, it is that the aggrieved or grieving party always than not carry their grievance beyond the doormat of party settlement into the innings of election tribunals for resolution. It is such … Continue reading A CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF THE SUPREME COURT’S VERDICT IN THE KOGI STATE GOVERNORSHIP ELECTION
History has proved sufficiently that as everywhere and always, in every struggle, there were, in order of importance: the fighters, the lukewarm, and the traitors. The sifting process must necessarily begin with the self. The social world in which I grew up was virtually Nigerian – without needing to say so. Nigerian imageries, customs, doctrines, … Continue reading Dreams of My Nigerian Sunrise.
I cannot but agree with the infusing words of Eddie Rickenbacker that; "The four cornerstones on which the structure of a nation is built are initiative, imagination, individuality and independence." True to type the last word, unveiled so much in time that transported me to an evolutionary stage as a little girl who felt the … Continue reading HAVE WE LOST THE INDEPENDENCE CONSTRUCT?
The law should not be enacted to cope and thrive in impossible circumstances. It would be reasonable for lawmakers to carefully evaluate factors such as; atmosphere, culture and living conditions of the populace before and even after any policy or law is enacted if such principle of law is to thrive. The reasons are not … Continue reading THE RECENTLY SIGNED LAGOS STATE PROPERTY PROTECTION LAW: STILL A FAR CRY FROM BRILLIANCE.
I just want to pack my bag and baggage, and leave this place for good or bad or both. I am tired of waking up every morning just to count black faces – I am sorry, did I hurt your feelings? It is all social media, a perfect place for you to attack every statement … Continue reading MY BLACK BRAIN BOX