• Few bad lawyers should not lead to total condemnation, NBA tells Obasanjo

    Few bad lawyers should not lead to total condemnation, NBA tells Obasanjo

    It was gathered that the Nigeria Bar Association on Thursday told former President Olusegun Obasanjo that the presence of a few bad eggs in the legal profession should not lead to total condemnation of all members of the profession.

    It said it was aware that the profession currently parades some unscrupulous members and that everything was being done to fish them out and bring them to justice.

    NBA’s reaction was to the lecture delivered on Wednesday by the former President during which […]

  • God amalgamated Nigeria to lead Africa, says Maitama Sule

    God amalgamated Nigeria to lead Africa, says Maitama Sule

    Elder statesman, Alhaji Maitama Sule, on Tuesday in Abuja said that the amalgamation of 1914 was God’s handiwork to make Nigeria the leader of the black race.

    He stated this at the public presentation of two books, “Know About Corruption” and “Rebirth of Conscience”, authored by Amina Othman, a member of staff of the Bureau of Public Enterprises.

    Sule, who was the keynote speaker, stated that Nigeria could only realise God’s will to lead Africa if its people were united, morally upright, […]

  • Clinton regains pre-FBI probe lead over Trump

    Clinton regains pre-FBI probe lead over Trump

    Hillary Clinton is six percentage points ahead of her rival Donald Trump in the latest US election poll – regaining the lead she held before last week’s announcement of an FBI probe into the email scandal.

    Many polls have shown Mrs Clinton’s lead over Republican rival Donald Trump getting smaller since the email controversy reappeared in headlines on Friday.

    But the Reuters/Ipsos daily tracking poll released late on Wednesday showed her six percentage points ahead – the same advantage she held before […]

  • CSOs and CNPP lead protest in Ekiti, ask Fayose to resign

    CSOs and CNPP lead protest in Ekiti, ask Fayose to resign

    A coalition of civil society organisations in Ekiti and the Conference of Nigeria Political Parties protested in Ekiti on Friday, demanding the resignation of Governor Ayodele Fayose.

    The protesters under the umbrella of “Be the Change Organisation,” South West chapter, criticised the governor for “his failure to live up to expectation.”

    Public workers in Ekiti State are owed five months salaries, while media reports said the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission had traced N4.7bn from the Office of the National Security Adviser […]