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Morals, Rule of Law, and Partisaship in Nigerian Politics

Every society is governed by a set of rules by which its members are expected to conduct their affairs. Within the society itself, different classes of persons are governed by different sets of rules unique to their circumstances. For example, medical doctors are bound by what is known as the Hippocratic Oath whilst in Nigeria Legal Practitioners are bound by the Legal Practitioners Code of Conduct. Even amongst the military and before the adoption of the Geneva Convention on conduct of war fare, a defined set of rules had over the centuries been developed to guide soldiers on the battle field in the treatment of the enemy. Therefore, hardly can one find a sphere of modern society that is not regulated by some form of rules and regulations.  Full story





Trained as a mass communicator and lawyer, Ugonwa Obiayo found her passion as a dancer. The entertainment lawyer who recently was elected as Chairman, Lagos State Guild of Nigerian Dancers, in this interview with JOE AGBRO JR, talks about her dance journey and what she hopes to achieve during her term. Excerpts Full story


Posted by Amaka, 8 August 2017

Smuggling, greatest threat to Buhari’s economic policy, says Saraki

Senate President, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, has identified smuggling of goods into the country as the greatest threat to the realisation of the economic policies of the present administration led by President Muhammadu Buhari. Full story


Posted by Amaka, 17 July 2017

U.S. Launches Law Enforcement and Public Engagement Project

The United States Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement (INL) in collaboration with the CLEEN Foundation yesterday launched a pilot project on public engagement for law enforcement agencies in Nigeria. Full story


Posted by Amaka, 8 June 2017

Nigeria: 53 People Charged for ‘Same-Sex Marriage Conspiracy’

Nigerian prosecutors have charged 53 people for allegedly witnessing a same-sex marriage, which is punishable by 10 years in prison in the socially conservative West African country. Full story


Posted by Amaka, 25 April 2017

FG moves against Shiite movement

The federal government has said the Shiite Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) is not different from the Boko Haram terrorist group that has killed about 100,000 people since 2009. Full story


Posted by Amaka, 6 March 2017



Order-In-Council defining Powers of the Legislative Council of Lagos Colony 1887. Legislative Council of Lagos Colony shall sit to Legislate over and give instruction for peace, order, good government. This right can only be abrogated to Her Majesty’s Principal Secretaries of State or their Privy Council.