The Enugu State Police Command has commenced investigations into the case of a man who allegedly hacked his son to death over cashew nut in the state. Continue reading Father hacks son to death over cashew nut in Enugu
A Federal High Court in Abuja has freed Justice Sylvester Ngwuta of the Supreme Court from his trial on corruption charges. Continue reading BREAKING: Court frees Justice Ngwuta
An international team of researchers has discovered a new anti-cancer protein that not only prevents the uncontrolled proliferation of cancer cells in the liver, but also serves as a biomarker for the diagnosis and prognosis of liver cancer. Continue reading Researchers discover new anti-cancer protein
A trial judge was right not to recuse himself from a dispute over building work despite meeting one party’s advocate in private and discussing elements of the case, the Court of Appeal has ruled. Continue reading A Judge’s private meeting with counsel do not constitute bias-UK Appeal court
The toughest US abortion law has been blocked by a court in Mississippi, less than 24 hours after it was signed into law.
Tuesday’s move came after a legal challenge filed by the Center for Reproductive Rights on behalf of the state’s only abortion clinic and a doctor who practises there. Continue reading Mississippi sued over toughest abortion law in the US
The Federal Government, on Wednesday, constituted an 18-man special panel to investigate and prosecute electricity offences within the South East geopolitical zone. Continue reading FG sets-up 18-man panel to try electricity offences in South East
In the US and across the world, lawmakers and regulators are demanding answers from Facebook and Cambridge Analytica in the wake of a global scandal centered on the harvesting of the personal data of 50 million users. Continue reading The law is still three steps behind Facebook
The Osun House of Assembly has called on residents of the state to comply with the land use charge law in the state. Mr Nurayn Adebisi, the House Committee Chairman on Lands, Physical Planning and Urban Development, made the call on Tuesday in Osogbo at a meeting with consultants engaged for the operation of the land use charge and officials of the Ministry of Finance. Continue reading Osun assembly wants residents to comply with land use charge law
Kenya is yet to ratify several treaties and protocols, making it hard for the citizens to attain their rights and dignity.
The Kenya National Commission on Human Rights, KNCHR, Monday attributed the high number of cases of violations by institutions, politicians and security forces to the delay in ratification. Continue reading Kenya yet to ratify key human rights treaties and protocols
An alleged most wanted criminal, Usman Fashola, alias Awolowo has been arrested by operatives of the Inspector General of Police Intelligence Response Team (IRT). Continue reading Police arrest Fashola-Set to charge him to court