Chairman of the Panel, Justice Doris Okuwobi (retd), revealed the decision of the body set up by the Lagos State Government.
Fasipe presented the cash at a ceremony held at the ‘A’ Division Police Station, Akure on Friday.
The information was disclosed in a press release sent to The Eagle Online, by Olajide Quadri, the spokesman to Meroestream, a streaming platform where the film will be released.
The panel had after Tuesday’s sitting announced the conclusion of public hearings on all matters after 63 sittings spanning over six months.
He warned that anyone caught with the weapons would face the full weight of the law
SERAP said: “The arrest and continued detention of Larry Emmanuel and Victor Anene Udoka is an egregious violation of their human rights. The Nigerian and Kogi state authorities have violated the following rights under the Nigerian Constitution, 1999 (as amended) and international law in continuing to detain Larry Emmanuel and Victor Anene Udoka: the right to be free from arbitrary detention; the right freedom from torture and ill-treatment, and the right to due process of law.”
Nigeria has a very rich history of constitution making right from the colonial times. But this was obstructed by military rule such that as at 1999, with 39 years of post-independence Nigeria, the military had ruled for about 30 years. The 1999 Constitution was promulgated as a decree by the departing military regime in 1999. Since then, there has been attempts to reform the constitution in line with the aspirations of Nigerians. Various issues have been raised for review in the constitution. In this paper, we look at the recurrent issues in the review of the 1999 Constitution. But first we give a brief history of the 1999 Constitution and constitution making in Nigeria.
The group, led by Zikora Ibe and accompanied by Okechukwu Nwanguma and Kingsley Godwin, presented a report titled ‘ENDSARS: Police Brutality, Protests and Shrinking Civic Space in Nigeria’.
Ganiyu Musa, Chairman, NIA, disclosed this at a news conference in Lagos on Thursday.
The gunmen, who invaded the station around 3am, razed office of the Divisional Police Officer (DPO) and the admin building.
The Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Boss Mustapha, disclosed this during the inspection of the newly acquired operational vehicles and tow trucks for the FRSC on Thursday in Abuja.
Last week, Mohammed, furious at Twitter’s decision to start its first Africa office in Ghana, decided it was time to level the ragged edges and crush the journalistic snakes and con artists in Nigeria by heaping on them the blame for Twitter’s decision. It was hard for him to swallow.
Pantami used the opportunity of a post on Facebook by one Datti Assalafiy wrote to place the curse on Adeyanju, who once worked with former President Olusegun Obasanjo and a chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party
This was contained in a statement by its Secretary, H. T. Salami, on Tuesday.
This was conatined in the newly-released: ‘2020 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices: Nigeria.”
While a sum of N7.4 million was paid to petitioners who were compensated by the judicial panel of inquiry constituted to probe cases of human rights abuses by the disbanded Special- Anti Robbery Squad (SARS), 700 farmers, whose lands were acquired for construction of the airport got a sum of N500 million and indemnity certificates.
Bodinga said during an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Sunday that the motorcycles were those seized within Abuja for illegal operation.
There has been increased advocacy for such a foreign policy shift among leading US think tanks and lobbyists led by the US Center for Strategic and International Studies, ranked number one think tank and bipartisan organization that “strives to define the future of national security” and Freedom House, another American think tank devoted to the support and defence of democracy and “embattled human rights defenders” around the world.
The sugar group also posted increase in sales volume, which rose by 6.9 per cent from 684,487 tonnes to 731,701 tonnes.
It is delusive to assume any of the regions solely underpins the Nigeria infrastructure. The North feeds the nation, and the south contributes in commerce and revenue generation. We are one concentric circle, holding each other at delicate arcs. Nigeria has a unified entity can stand as an island because its component parts are already flourishing archipelagos.