Monthly Archives: February 2019

NSC Pays Courtesy Visit to IGP, Calls for Better Working Relationship

The Nigerian Shippers Council (NSC), led by the Executive Secretary, Mr. Hassan Bello has called for better working relationship and collaboration with the Nigerian Police Force. Mr Hassan Bello stated this during a courtesy visit to the Inspector-General of Police,  Ag. IGP, Mohammed Adamu on Wednesday 16 February, 2019, at the Police Headquarters at Abuja, Nigeria. Highlighting the need for ...

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SPECIAL INVESTIGATIVE STATEMENT: Presidential Poll Rigging and Voter Intimidation

Presidential Poll Rigging and Voter Intimidation: Tinubu, Buhari & Ors Must Avoid Detonation Of Looming Time-Bomb In Nigeria (Chima Ubani Center, Onitsha: 28thFeb 2019)-The present central Government of Nigeria is dangerously pushing the country to the brink of abyss or bottomless chasm of fragmentation and intractable citizens’ radicalism. A new dangerous dimension has been added to the Nigerian Election system ...

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Conflicting Affidavits Stall Final Forfeiture of Patience Jonathan’s $8.4m, N7.4bn

A Federal High Court Lagos, Thursday, called for oral evidences in a suit by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), seeking final forfeiture of about $8.4 million and N7.4 billion found in accounts linked to a former first Lady, Patience Jonathan. Justice Mojisola Olatoregun in a judgment on the motion for final forfeiture of the sums, held that there ...

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Court Lifts Restraining Order On ANLCA’s Election

A Federal High Court sitting in Lagos has discharged it’s earlier order granted ex- parte  on the January 9, 2019 stopping the conduct of election into the different offices of the Registered Trustees of Association of Nigeria Licensed Customs Agents (ANLCA). Justice Saliu Saidu discharged the restraining order, following an application filed by  Mr Dada Awosika and O.A Yakubu asking ...

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CG Reveals How National Park works with Local Communities to Curb Deforestation

Alhaji Ibrahim Goni, the Conservator-General, National Park Service says the service is audaciously working with the local communities around the parks to help curb deforestation and mitigate the effects of climate change.   Goni disclosed this in an interview with the on Thursday in Abuja.   He said that the benefits of community-based involvement over a long time would lead ...

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Extrajudicial Killings: Group Set to Launch Operation Stop Constabulary Mentality

A Civil Rights Organization in Nigeria, Centre for Human Rights and Social Justice (CHRSJ) is set to launch an “Operation Stop Constabulary Mentality” in the country, through the Legal means of “locomotive instrumentality Law and Court Litigation against lawless force or its Agents”.  The exercise ensure justice for victims of armed operatives who do not know any other way than ...

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