U.S Withdrawal From The Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty: The New Normative Order; A Complex Nightmare And Implications For Global Security.

U.S Withdrawal From The Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty: The New Normative Order; A Complex Nightmare And Implications For Global Security.

By Dignity Ekop.

BACKGROUND. Continue reading U.S Withdrawal From The Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty: The New Normative Order; A Complex Nightmare And Implications For Global Security.

Pending DPP’s advice in Rivers- Cordelia Eke to head AG’s committee

The Rivers State Attorney General, Zachaeus Adango PhD, in a proactive step to tackle the problem of delayed Legal Advice from the Ministry of Justice, yesterday 13th November 2018,  inaugurated a 10 member Team of Lawyers with the  charge to treat and clear up all pending Casefiles awaiting the DPP’S Legal Advice, as well as ensure the speedy disposal of all other cases for Legal Advice.

The Team, which is led by Mrs. Cordelia Eke an Assistant Director in the Ministry, is required to work in hand with the State DPP and report directly to the Honourable Attorney General. They are to commence work immediately

Paul Usoro’s first NEC meeting as NBA President may change the conduct of the meeting in 3 ways

The next National Executive Committee (NEC) Meeting of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) coming up in December will not be a jamboree Courtroom Mail reports. It will be a meeting stricto sensu. That is good news for the Nigerian Bar Association. Continue reading Paul Usoro’s first NEC meeting as NBA President may change the conduct of the meeting in 3 ways

NBA President laments the increased killing of Lawyers and Proliferation of Arms

  1. Barely a week ago, precisely on Sunday, 04 November 2018, hoodlums rained bullet shots at the car of the past Chairman of Auchi Branch of the Nigerian Bar Association (“NBA”), Mr. A A Atemoagbo, along Auchi-Benin Road, near Ehor, in Edo State, in an attempt to halt him. Mr. Atemoagbo survived the attack, albeit with injuries and greatly traumatized, but not so, his wife, Joan, who was killed by the assassins’ bullets. Mr. Atemoagbo was returning from a Convention of the Jehovah’s Witnesses that held in Benin and, in his Honda CRV car were his wife, their young child and one other passenger.  Mr. Atemoagbo’s car was indeed stopped by the hoodlums and he was kidnapped and only released days later after the payment of the specified ransom amount.

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