Chad lifted a more than a year-long ban on social media including Facebook and Twitter that the government said had been necessary for security reasons.
The Supreme Court has dismissed the suit challenging the qualification of Nyesom Wike to uphold the governorship seat in the Rivers State elections.
US President Donald Trump has been accused of racism after posting tweets attacking Democratic congresswomen.
National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), Kebbi office, says it arrested two suspected drug dealers and recovered 40 kilogrammes of hard drugs hidden in 40 pieces of laptop bags in the state.
AN Ikeja Chief Magistrate’s Court on Friday granted bail in the sum of N200,000 to a teenager (name withheld), who allegedly defiled his neighbour’s four-year-old daughter.
The Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission has called on the Federal Government to ensure that corrupt public officials face stiffer penalties.
Fida Abuja Branch went on a sensitisation visit to Fouad Lababidi Islamic Academy, Wuse Zone 3 (opposite FCSC) on the Violence Against Persons Prohibition Act, 2015 popularly known as the VAPP Act, 2015.
Solicitors are less represented among the judiciary than they were four years ago – despite a government-funded diversity programme .
MHRC holds a strategic coordination meeting with duty bearers abd stakeholders on Albinism with the aim of providing duty bearers and stakeholders with an accountability mechanism on their roles and duties in the protection of persons with albinism.
Today, 12 July 2019, the Central South University (Changsha) won the final round of the International Criminal Court (ICC) Moot Court Competition, Chinese version, held in ICC Courtroom I in The Hague (Netherlands). Soochow University and Jilin University (Changchun City) won, respectively, second and third place. The Best Speaker award went to Yujie Zhu of the Central South University.