NBA and the burden of reconciliation- Abdulrasheed Ibrahim

Last week, when I wrote on the topic CHANGE OF GUARD: SHOULD THE NBA BE SPLIT? I was grossly misunderstood by some of our colleagues who thought I was clamouring for the splitting of the Association. It will be a wrong judgment to judge an article by its title. Since I have taken it upon myself to be writing weekly to share the little knowledge I know with our colleagues who are interested in knowing, my topical titles are always in question form. This is because as a thinker and writer, I do not want to be tyrannical on issues. I want our colleagues and other people to also express their views even if it seems I have taken a position on such issue. One of the essences of knowledge is to share it. I love what is called RIGHT TO REPLY in journalism as I love people writing to rebut whatever I have written and people consider it to be wrong. I equally detest being misunderstood without being asked to make clarification as that will open room for further discussion and understanding. Continue reading NBA and the burden of reconciliation- Abdulrasheed Ibrahim

NBA President Paul Usoro exempts Prosecution team from dissolution

The President of the Nigerian Bar Association(NBA) has informed the NBA Prosecution team that it is exempted from the dissolution of committees announced in his inaugural speech. However,he stated that the exemption will be, pending  the imminent review and reconstitution of the team. Continue reading NBA President Paul Usoro exempts Prosecution team from dissolution

History-Today in 1974,President Ford pardons Nixon

In a controversial executive action, President Gerald Ford pardons his disgraced predecessor Richard M. Nixon for any crimes he may have committed or participated in while in office. Ford later defended this action before the House Judiciary Committee, explaining that he wanted to end the national divisions created by the Watergate scandal. Continue reading History-Today in 1974,President Ford pardons Nixon