Almost every country in the world has a supreme court and I believe most of us are very familiar with the Supreme Court we have here in Nigeria but I'll like to show us how the supreme court in 15 other countries look like.Photos of how incredible their buildings are will be shared below.
On Monday 13th of this month the economic and financial crimes commission EFCC arrested fifty six suspected internet fraudster in a sting operation in two different hotels in Abeokuta the capital and commercial backbone of Ogun state . On September 12 , the Apex anti corruption agency also in another operation in Benin city the capital of Edo state, the agency also arrested 31 suspects in two separate locations and also recovered a plethora of valuable items such as 13 exotic cars and various luxury electronic gadgets from the suspects.
It is common knowledge that the Supreme Court of Nigeria is the highest court in the country and its judgement cannot be upturned by another court. Also, the Supreme Court cannot reverse itself or seat on a case that it has already decided. Supreme Court's judgment is regarded as irreversible because it is the final court of arbitration in the land.
Afrobeat singer, Yemi Alade has written an open letter to the Apex Bank in Nigeria which is the Central Bank of Nigeria.According to the singer she advises the Apex bank of Nigeria to try as much as possible to consider the ordinary Nigerian who are finding it hard to live or make and end meet for themselves.
Thinking has indeed become an obscured concept in the lives of many men and women in the Modern Age but has continued to be the greatest uplifting force behind great men and women. Many great thinkers have found their way to the Apex of their career and endeavour as a result of quality thinking.
Professor Banji Akintoye Photo credit: Google The Apex leader of the umbrella body of Yoruba Self-Determination Groups, Ilana Omo Oodua, Prof Banji Akintoye, has debunked reports that he fled Nigeria to escape the plots of the federal government to detain him. He stated that though it is true that he is presently not in the country, and is in the Benin Republic, he did not leave the country because he was afraid or on the run.
After a News briefing on Thursday, it has been confirmed by An I.T specialist of the Central Bank of Nigeria (C.B.N), Rakiya Mohammed that The financial Body is set to launch it's own digital currency before the end of 2021. According to Mohammed the central bank will be making a making special announcement before the end of the year ushering in the Central Bank Digital currency (CBDC), to the public.
1.Makinde: Supreme Court declares dissolution of Oyo councils Illegal The Supreme Court has declared the dissolution of local government councils in Oyo State as illegal according to Daily Post.In a ruling on Friday, the Apex court said the replacement of the council chairman with caretaker committees is unlawful.
A report by Nairametrics indicates that the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) announced that it will launch the pilot scheme of its digital currency on October 1. According to the report, the disclosure was made on Thursday, July 22, during a private webinar that was held.
Image credit: THISDAY Rikaya Mohammed revealed that the Apex bank has disclosed plan to launch a digital currency before the end of this year during a virtual media briefing at the end of the bankers committee meeting held that also held virtual. The digital currency would be open to all Nigerians, just like cash, everybody will have access to the central bank's digital currency.
Human Rights Activist and Convener of Concerned Nigeria Group (CNG), Comrade Deji Adeyanju has reacted as the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) bans the sale of Dollars to Bureau De Change (BDC) operators in Nigeria. In a report by Premium Times, the CBN said it has brought an end to the sales of forex to Bureau De Change operators.
The central bank of Nigeria, has revealed that it has so far recovered the sum of N89.2 billion naira excess and illegal charges imposed on customers by the banks in Nigeria. In the mean time,the Apex bank had said that Nigeria's Financial System is sound, resilient and stable due to the rumors in unnamed quarters.
They're arresting our Youth and taking them to an unknown place, it's unacceptable — Ohaneze Ndigbo.
The Ohanaeze Ndigbo has condemned the illegal clamping down and arrest of youths in some parts of the southeast.Ohanaeze Ndigbo accused the Nigerian Military of not only clamping down and arresting the youth but also labeling them as members of the Indigenous People of Biafra IPOB and ESN with no concrete evidence, and secreting killing them, an unacceptable act.
The Central Bank of Nigeria has expressed displeasure at the common trend of Nigerians abusing Naira notes at some party venues. The Apex bank in the country frowned at the manner of which some Nigerians show off wads of Naira notes and spray the bills on dancing celebrants. This was made known by the CBN spokesman, Isaac Okorafor, on Thursday in a statement.
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The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed the Appeal filed by the All Progressives Congress (APC) party which challenged the Academic Qualification of Godwin Obaseki, the Edo State Governor. In its judgment, the Apex court said that the appellant which is the All Progressive Congress (APC) Party and Edobor Williams did not prove their case beyond reasonable doubt.
Yinka Odumakin, the spokesperson for the Yoruba socio-cultural group, Afenifere, is dead.According to family reports, he died in the early hours of today as a result of complications from Covid-19.
It's no longer breaking news that the spokesman of the Afenifere social-political group, Yinka Odumakin is dead.The late Yinka Odumakin reportedly died of COVID-19 complications in the early hours of today according to Sahara reporters.
The Central Bank of Nigeria said it is set to send anyone caught abusing the naira notes by spraying Naira notes on celebrants at Parties or events. According to The Nigerian Tribune the statement was made by the spokesman of CBN Isaac Okorafoe on Thursday. In the statement Isaac said that defaulters will jailed for not less than six months and would be given a #50,000 option fine.
The Central Bank of Nigeria ((CBN), has issued out a stern warning to those spraying naira notes at occasions or ceremonies in the country. According to CBN, those people that are found guilty of the offense will be sent to jail. The Apex bank which regulates the activities of other banks in the country reacted to the increasing rate at which the naira notes are abused especially at occasions in the country.