According to the Vice President, the former beauty queen’s name did not come up in the Roll of Legal Practitioners in the Supreme Court and the Nigerian Bar Association.
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National Amir of The Companion, an association of Muslim men in business and the professions gave the task in a statement, jointly signed by him and the group’s General Secretary, Alhaji Ibrahim Abduquadri.
National Amir of The Companion, an association of Muslim men in business and the professions, Engr. Kamil Olalekan made the call Saturday in his welcome address at the group’s 2022 Zakat distribution ceremony, held in Ikeja, Lagos.
The Lawmaker who was slammed with seven years imprisonment Friday made this known in a statement issued by his media office, saying that he was confident that the Supreme Court will subject the judgment to critical review.
Akaahs gave the admonition in Jos at a discourse of a book; The Akaahs: The Conscience of a Man’, written in his honour.
Omirhobo appeared at the Federal High Court in Lagos Wednesday morning in the full wig, gown, bip, black trousers and shoes.
The Eagle Online reported on Friday that he attended proceedings at the Supreme Court dressed like a juju priest.
This followed the resignation on Sunday of the CJN, Justice Tanko Muhammad, who cited ill-health as ground for quitting
The coach, Joseph Kennedy, had sued after being suspended from his job for refusing to stop leading prayers with players on the field after games.
The advice followed the appearance on Friday by Omirhobo at the Supreme Court in Abuja in a traditional attire.
About half of states are expected to introduce new restrictions or bans after the court reversed its 50-year-old Roe v Wade decision.
A seven-member panel of the apex court, headed by Justice Musa Dattijo Mohammed, was unanimous in holding in its ruling Friday that Buhari, having participated in the making of the law by assenting to it, could not turn around to fault its provisions.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the Olokun deity is associated with wealth, prosperity and abundance.
According to him, he decided to dress that way following the judgment of the Supreme Court delivered on June 17.
The letter read like the demand of unionised shop floor factory workers to their mean, grasping bosses upstairs.
The justices of the apex court had in a joint petition accused the CJN of poor welfare among others.
In a split decision of five to two Friday, a seven-member panel of the apex court affirmed the July 21, 2016 judgment of the Court of Appeal, Lagos, which set aside the October 17, 2014 judgment by Justice Grace Onyeabo of the High Court of Lagos State, which upheld the hiab restriction.
Onnoghen made the assertion on Thursday in Abuja at the public presentation of Nigeria’s first book on construction law, authored by Ewuwuni Onnoghen-Theophilus.
In a judgment delivered by Justice Adamu Jauro, the appeal by Dakuku Peterside was dismissed for want of merit.
The apex court held that Amaechi’s appeal was without merit and awarded N1million cost against him.