There are so many great men who have supported this country in different ways, and they can't be easily forgotten because of the good things they have done. We will be discussing the first daughter of General Murtala Mohammed, who is also a human rights Activist General Murtala Mohammed was a very prominent man in Nigeria who is commonly called General Mohammed.This great man ruled as Military Head of State in 1975.
Today's Headlines: IPOB Lawyer, Ejiofor Speaks On His Arrest, IGP Gives New Order To Police Officers
IPOB Lawyer, Ejiofor Speaks On His Arrest The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) lawyer, Ifeanyi Ejiofor, whose residence was invaded at the weekend by armed policemen and soldiers has recounted his ugly experience in the hands of the security personnel. In a statement on Tuesday, Ejiofor thanked a former Minister of Aviation and Peoples Democratic Party chieftain, Femi Fani-Kayode, as well as his friends in the Nigerian Bar Association who alerted him and stood by him during the hours of invasion.
Today's Headlines;FG Illegal Compulsory Vaccination -Ubani; Kaduna Will Determine Those Qualified -El-Rufai
Photos Credit: Google FG’s directive on compulsory vaccination for civil servants illegal – Ubani The Chairman of Nigerian Bar Association Section on Public Interest and Development Law, NBA-SPIDEL, Dr. Monday Ubani has said that he will not hesitate to drag the federal government to court if it goes ahead to enforce the directive on compulsory vaccination for civil servants in the country.
Attaining the post of Senior Advocate of Nigeria is not an easy task in Nigeria. The first senior Advocate of Nigeria is Late Frederick Rotimi Williams. Below are four interesting facts to know about him: 1. Frederick Rotimi was born on 16 December 1920 and died on March 26, 2005 and he was the first lawyer in Nigeria to be conferred the title of Senior Advocate of Nigeria.
Following the arrest of a suspected ESN spy identified as Gloria Okolie. The Nigerian Bar Association have protested that Gloria should be released by the police Gloria was arrested, and accused of being a girlfriend of one of the leaders of ESN, who has been wanted by the police.
(Image source: Punch Newspapers) Former Deputy President of the Senate, Ike Ekweremadu has proposed a single tenure rotational presidency for Nigeria. He made the call on Monday, July 12, 2021, in Lagos state while presenting a paper at the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) Ikeja Branch Law Week 2021, with the theme "The Nigeria of Our Dreams."
A Nigerian lawyer (Pelumi Olajengbesi), has issued a 48 hours ultimatum to the Department of State Security Services (SSS), to comply with the release order by the Federal High Court, on the 12 detained associates of the Yoruba Nation Activist Sunday Igboho or face contempt proceedings.
The Chairman of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), ilesa Branch, Barrister Kanmi Ajibola has requested for certified copies of the 1914 amalgamation treaty and 2014 confab report from President Muhammadu Buhari. The lawyer asked the Federal Government to convey a National Conference where Nigerians will be given free and fair opportunities to discuss issues relating to the unity and harmony of one indivisible and Indissoluble sovereign country.
It is now trending that on Thursday, the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), the Ohanaeze Ndigbo and other prominent Nigerians took a swipe at the security agents for prohibiting lawyers, journalists and some leadership of the Ndigbo clan from attending the trial of Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra.
Opinion: What Does The NBA VP Mean By Saying Buhari Is Mandated To Crush Nnamdi Kanu & Sunday Igboho?
The Vice President of the Nigerian Bar Association, John Aikpokpo-Martins has made a statement which many Nigerians even his fellow learned colleagues will disagree with. I read a publication in the Nation Newspaper where Aikpokpo-Martins stated that the constitution of Nigeria empowers and mandates President Muhammadu Buhari to crush separatist agitators like Nnamdi Kanu and Sunday Igboho.
It was a cheering atmosphere during a wedding ceremony held in Port Harcourt on Saturday, 4th September, 2021, as the Governor of Rivers State, Chief Barrister Nyesom Wike, was bestowed with Silver Leadership, Mentorship Award by the Methodist Church. The conferment was done by the Archbishop of the Port Harcourt Archdiocese, Most Rev.
President Of The NBA Reacts Over FG's Twitter Ban, Reveals What Will Happen If The Decision Persists
Following the recent unprecedented report about how the Federal government of Nigeria has today suspended the operation of Twitter in the country according to information which was obtained from the Federal Ministry of Information and Culture, the president of the Nigerian Bar Association, Sir Olumide Akpata has come out to express the concern of the NBA over the act which was deemed as a limitation to human right.
Lawyers' Group Gives Nigeria Police 2-Week Ultimatum Over Woman Illegally Detained For Alleged IPOB Links
A group in the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) the Section on Public Interest and Development Law (SPIDEL) has given the Nigeria Police Force a two-week ultimatum to release a 21-year-old Imo State woman, Gloria Okolie, who was arrested and detained for 72 days for allegedly having links with the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).
Another Prominent Nigerian Is Dead A former President of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Chief Babatunde Olusola Benson (SAN), has died at the age of 89. Naija News reports that the death of Chief Benson, who held the traditional title of Asiwaju of Ikorodu, was announced on Thursday by the Ayangburen of Ikorodu, Oba Kabir Shotobi, and Ikorodu Branch of the NBA.
The Nigerian Bar Association's Section on Public and Developmental Law, NBA-SPIDEL, has vowed to take the Inspector-General of Police to court over Gloria Okolie's ongoing detention over her relationship with an alleged member of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB. Dr. Monday Ubani, Chairman of NBA-SPIDEL, urged in a statement on Monday that the police either free the suspect, who has been detained for over 68 days, or quickly charge her in court.
The Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) has threatened a law suit against the Federal Government of Nigeria over the decision to suspend Twitter Operations in Nigeria. However, the decision of the Federal Government to suspend the bird App's operations in Nigeria follows the deletion of president Muhammadu Buhari's tweet, which the micro blogging site deemed offensive.
The Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), has asked Nigerian government to reverse its decision to suspend Twitter in Nigeria. The association said this after the Federal government suspended Twitter, for deleting President Buhari’s tweet on its platform. The Nigerian Bar Association released the statement on Friday evening, June 4.
Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom, has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to Uphold his of office as President of all Nigerians and lead in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Governor Ortom made the call today in Makurdi, at the 2021 annual Law Week celebration, organized by the Nigerian Bar Association Makurdi Branch, with the theme; Open Grazing In Nigeria: Threat To National and Food Security, National Cohesion and Sustainable Development.
Simon Lalong 58, ( born 5 may 1963 in Shendam, Plateau State) is a Nigerian lawyer and politician who is currently serving as Governor of Plateau State, Nigeria. Prior to his political career, he served as Deputy Scribe of the Nigerian Bar Association in Plateau State between 1992 and 1994.
Following the indefinite suspension of Twitter operations in Nigeria which was announced on Friday by the Minister of information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed. The Nigerian Bar Association(NBA) has risen to their obligations to criticise the decision of the federal government in suspending the operation of Twitter in Nigeria, the suspension which was announced after Twitter has deleted the war threats post by the federal government on Tuesday, the NBA has vowed to challenge the decision in court if not immediately reversed.