CCT: Onnoghen Absent Again As Political Undercurrents Intensifies

By Uche Mbah Amid confusion on whether the case against the Chief Justice of the Federation, Walter Onnoghen, at the Code of Conduct Tribunal, will be suspended or not due to a High Court rulings, the Code  of Conduct Tribunal convened again without the CJN appearing. His Lawyer, Wole Olanipekun, however, appeared for him with over forty Senior Lawyers and Forty two others. It will be recalled that the last hearing of the case was on 14 January 2019, with the CJN absent. Since then, there has been three different…

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Tinubu Describe Obasanjo As An Expired Leader

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By Akinwale Kasali Former President Olusegun Obasanjo was an object of ridicule by All Progressives Congress, APC, Chieftains yesterday at the APC Presidential Rally in Maiduguri, Borno State, following his statement that Buhari is behaving like another Abacha. Asiwaji Bola Ahmed Tinubu berated the Ogun State born former president as an expired leader that his seeking relevance. Tinubu said, “It is unfortunate that expired leaders like Olusegun Obasanjo are ranting and lying. Don’t trust him. We are sweeping all the cobwebs of corruption away with broom out of Nigeria. Ota…

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Nigeria Police Wield The Big Stick On Homosexuals, Advises Them To Leave Nigeria

By Akinwale Kasali The Nigeria Police, through the Public Relations Officer of Zone 2 Command, Lagos, Dolapo Badmos, has warned homosexuals to flee Nigeria or face the wrath of the law. Badmos said this in a post on her official Instagram handle. She said, “If you are homosexually inclined, Nigeria is not a place for you. There is a law (Same Sex Prohibition Act) here that criminalises homosexual clubs, associations and organisations with penalties of up to 15 years in jail. “So, if you are a homosexual in nature, leave…

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Obasanjo, Buhari In Warm Embrace At Council Of State Meeting

By Akinwale Kasali President Muhammadu Buhari and Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has put their differences behind as both former military head of states were in each others hands at the Council of State Meeting that began today in Abuja, Nigeria. Obasanjo over the weekend publicly criticised Buhari for his high-handedness, describing as another ‘Sani Abacha’ in the making, citing his policies and actions. Abacha, the late military dictator was known to have abused the rule of law, desecrated traditional stools, victimized, maimed and killed Nigerians who were against his policies…

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