Most people believed that Chinese is a very difficult language to be spoken by a non-Chinese person but so many people have done that without stress and one of them is Marho Oghene, she is from Delta State but based in Abuja with her parents.She currently teaches Chinese at Oxford Manor College, Katampe Abuja, she also has students from, Lugbe, Kurudu and the Nigeria Police Headquarters Abuja to mention but few.
Earlier today, theCable published a report of Age Babalona, a senior advocate of Nigeria (SAN), saying that the retirement age of supreme Court justices should be increased from 70 to 100.This particular development has sparked mixed reactions among Nigerians.Reacting to the proposition by Age Babalola, Sehu Sani, a former Senator who represented Kaduna Central, has on his twitter account replied the Lawyer, suggestion also that the retirement age for Supreme Court Justices should not be raised to 100 but 120 years.
Afe Babalola has reacted to the retirement age of judges in the supreme court.He made the reaction today while he was at a book launch of one of his co judge.According to him, he said the retirement age of judges, especially the supreme court should be raised from the initial 70 years to 100 years.
Afe Babalola Speaks Senior Advocate and founder of Afe Babalola University, Aare Afe Babalola, has made case for urgent far-reaching reforms in the country’s judicial system particularly in the area bothering on the retirement of judges and aftermath.Babalola also reiterated the need to change the structure of the country, saying, “It is restructuring that would enable each state to curb insecurity, unemployment, poverty, defective justice system and do away with failed leaders.
On Wednesday,a well known senior advocate, Chief Afe Babalola,has reportedly canvassed for close to a lifetime tenure for Supreme Court justices by pegging the retirement age at 100 years It should be noted that currently,the justices retire at 70 years, although not too long ago, some judges advocated for 75 years.
5.Afe Babalola University Afe Babalola University ( ABUAD ) is a private university located in Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State , Nigeria.It was founded by a lawyer and philanthropist, Afe Babalola in 2009.
Afe Babalola, the owner of the private University, Afe Babalola University in Ado Ekiti today today talked about the retirement age of justices of the Supreme Court, and that their retirement ages should be extended.In his statement, Afe Babalola,San stated that the Supreme Court Justices retirement age should be extended from 70 years of age.
A Nigerian who was sponsored through his University by popular Nigerian musicians David has come out to give gratitude to the kindness that was shown to him during his rough times.
Legendary Aare Afe Babalola amazes many of us newsmen on each occasion he tells us the story of his selfless service leading to the timeless legacies God used him to achieve when he served Nigeria and humanity as the Pro-Chancellor of the prestigious University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos. Indeed, those legacies of a man such as Afe Babalola will forever dot the beautiful landscape of the enviable Ivory Tower in Lagos same way Professor Kayode Soremekun's legacies of administrative prowess and patriotic service will
Professor Damilola Oluwuyi, is the youngest senior advocate of Nigeria at age 37. He's also the deputy vice Chancellor of Afe Babalola University. He has revealed in an interview with punch newspaper how he started his Career in law. He said that it wasn't his initial intention to study law since he was a science student. He had applied to study computer engineering in the university but at that time, he was told that the course he applied is not available in that year. His father later asked him to change his
Afe Babalola Speaks Legal luminary Afe Babalola has accused the Federal Government of frustrating efforts of the Afe Babalola University Ado-Ekiti in developing the COVID-19 vaccine.
Olajide Sanyaolu, announced his graduation on Monday from Afe Babalola University with first-class honours, and thanked Nigerian pop star, Davido, for supporting him with cash.
NIN deadline stands, as NCC awaits govt’s advice / Afe Babalola advise FG against mass closure of schools NIN deadline stands, as NCC awaits govt’s advice The ongoing National Identity Number registration at the National Identity Management Commission ’ s office in River State was disrupted on Tuesday as some gunmen stormed the commission ’ s premises in Port Harcourt . Though the mission of the men numbering seven and suspected to be cultists , was not known , eyewitnesses said they descended on one
Recall that Aare Afe Babalola (SAN), just produced one of the youngest SANs in Nigeria, Prof. Damilola Sunday Olawuyi, a 37-year old legal luminary. Before now, Babalola's chamber had produced one Lateef Fagbemi who became Senior Advocate of Nigeria, SAN at the age of 33! While celebrating the feat for Prof. Damilola Sunday Olawuyi who happens to be the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academic, Research, Innovation and Strategic Partnerships of the institution, ABUAD, said it is worrisome that many Nigerian graduates
Debo Adebayo popularly known as Mr Macaroni is a Nigerian entertainer, comedian, businessman and online media influencer notable for his expression 'ooin you're doing well'. Born to a journalist father and an educationist mother, Mr Macaroni had a simple childhood.Mr Macaroni was born on 3rd May in Lagos state to a family of 10. His father was a journalist while his mother was an educationist. He is popular for his dark red agbada and his satiric comedy video of men who has no control over their actions
You'll agree with me that amongst all the private universities in Nigeria, one of the most prestigious is the Afe Babalola University situated in Ado-Ekiti and owned by Aare Afe Babalola (SAN: senior advocate of Nigeria). The founder of Afe Babalola University made a statement recently at a reception ceremony that caused a lot of reactions in social media, according him "Nigeria is producing graduates whose education makes them more dangerous than uneducated people" He made that statement in the reception held
"Mass School Closure Is Unproductive"- Afe Babalola Speaks On School Resumption. It is no longer news that recently, Nigeria has been battling with school resumption. This issue has caused mixed reactions from different people, after the news about the resumption date for schools which was earlier slated for January 18th 2020 was said to might be reviewed. This review, was as a result of the increase in the Covid-19 cases in Nigeria. In recent news, the Presidential task force team on a programme clarified the
"Many Graduates In Nigeria Cannot Defend Their Results"- Afe Babalola. It is one thing to go to school, it is another thing to know your main aim and purpose of going. Most people today according to fact, just go to school to have that "certificate" no matter what or how it takes. Some go to really learn, have a good result and still able to defend it when they are out. Founder of Afe Babalola university, Afe Babalola, SAN, CON, a Nigerian lawyer has come out to voice out one of the many problems Nigeria graduates
A founder of Afe Babalola University, Ado Ekiti (ABUAD), Chief Afe Babalola (SAN), has depicted as illegal, the mass closure of Nigerian universities by the government because of COVID-19 pandemic. Babalola said such activity would end up being counterproductive and unfortunate to th education area, particularly shutting down of tuition based schools without consultations Babalola talked yesterday in Ado Ekiti at a public interview, embracing his perspectives about endeavor by the government to postponed the
The founder of Afe Babalola University in Ado -Ekiti ( ABUAD), has condemned the continuous closure of schools by the Federal government, which he said it to be, "Unconstitutional". According to him, the mass closure of schools across the country as a result of the Corona Virus pandemic, can only be regarded as, "counter productive, disturbing, disheartening, and definitely have disastrous effects on the country's education especially for the youths. Chief Babalola is a legal luminary Senior Advocate of Nigeria