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Governors have to stop enticing judges with cars, houses – Ubani

They should not be an appendage of the executive. They are an independent arm as recognised by the constitution. They should insist on their independence and with that, I can assure you that the executive would be careful in the way it treats them. They would stop this habit of buying things and making an open show of it, making it look as if they are doing them a favour. In fact, the governors even act as if they used their personal money to buy the cars and houses.

Judge who chaired presidential election tribunal confirmed as S’court justice

The judge was confirmed by the senate after Opeyemi Bamidele, chairman of the judiciary committee, presented a report on the floor of the upper legislative chamber on Tuesday.

Nigeria will suffer if judicial officers are neglected — CJN says

The Chief Justice of Nigeria, CJN, Justice Tanko Muhammad, has said that Nigeria will suffer grave effect if judicial officers are...

Judge rules against Trump in tax records subpoena fight

A federal judge on Thursday sided with New York state prosecutors who are attempting to get access to President Donald Trump's...

Lagos oldest Judge dies at 102

A retired judge of the High Court of Lagos State, Justice Isiaka Isola Oluwa is dead. He was 102 years old, The...

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