Enugu: Concerns As HURIWA Petitions NJC Over Ruling of State Guber Election Petition Tribunal

“Another point of concern raised in the petition was Justice Kudirat Akano’s appointment as the Chairman of the Enugu State Governorship Election Petition Tribunal, “despite her involvement in a previous case in Osun State.” HURIWA.

BREAKING: State Govt Declares 24-Hour Curfew In Kano

Going forward, Kano State residents are called upon to note that combined Security Forces have already been dispatched to the nooks and crannies including the entry and exits of the State to ensure enforcement and strict compliance with the 24-hour hours (24hrs) Curfew order as communicated by the State Government…

All Eyes On Supreme Court As Peter Obi Files 51 Grounds of Appeal Against Tinubu’s Presidency

The learned justices of the court below erred in law and occasioned a miscarriage of justice when they held and concluded that he failed to establish the allegation of corrupt practices and over-voting,” Obi added.

BREAKING: Supreme Court Delivers Judgement On Suit Seeking To Sack Gov. Mbah Over NYSC Certificate

APC Candidate, Uche Nnaji Nwakaibie had argued that Mbah was not constitutionally qualified to vie for the office of the governor at the time of the election, having allegedly presented a forged certificate to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

All Eyes On Judiciary: Moderate Your Expectations, The Justices Are Nigerians–Bishop Godfrey Onah’s Message To Nigerians

Military coups are wrong. They don’t solve problems. They only make them worse. But dissatisfied citizens must know how they can choose and change their leaders if the rich and the powerful manipulate the constitution, the electoral process, and the judiciary, and kill protesters when they protest unarmed, what alternatives are left for them?

Just In: Presidential Election Tribunal Stalls Tinubu’s Petition Against Opposition Party

A five-member panel presided by Justice Haruna Tsammani held on Monday, June 19, that acceding to Tinubu’s request and dismissing the APM’s petition would offend the fair hearing principle against the party.