- 17th May, 2013 13:54Makers Of Killer Syrup, “My Pikin” Convicted!
- 17th May, 2013 12:5921 Killed As Army Commences Air Offensive Against Boko Haram!
- 17th May, 2013 9:55Boko Haram Shifts Attention To Katsina, Bombs Daura Prison!
- 17th May, 2013 9:28Court To Decide Pension Thief, John Yusufu’s Fate On June 20
- 16th May, 2013 16:24Senate To Debate State Of Emergency On May 21
- Makers Of Killer Syrup, “My Pikin” Convicted!
- Makers Of Killer Syrup, “My Pikin” Convicted!Posted 2 days ago
. Company To Forfeit Assets
Adeyemo Abiodun and Ebele Eromosele, both employees of Barewa Pharmaceutical Compnay Ltd. were on Friday sentenced to seven years imprisonment by a Federal High Court sitting in Lagos.
- 21 Killed As Army Commences Air Offensive Against Boko Haram!
- 21 Killed As Army Commences Air Offensive Aga…Posted 2 days ago
. Terrorists Reply With Anti-Aircraft Guns
Not less than 21 members of the Boko Haram sect are believed to have died as a result of air raids on their training camps…
- Boko Haram Shifts Attention To Katsina, Bomb Daura Prison!
- Boko Haram Shifts Attention To Katsina, Bombs…Posted 2 days ago
There are fears that the state of emergency declared in Adamawa, Borno and Yobe States might have compelled the Boko Haram sect to shift focus to other parts of the…
- Court To Decide Pension Thief, John Yusufu’s Fate On June 20
- Court To Decide Pension Thief, John Yusufu’s …Posted 2 days ago
Embattled former Director of the Police Pension Office will know his fate on June 20 as Justice Adamu Bello of the Federal High Court Abuja has fixed that date for…
By NewsAdmin on May 15, 2013
Street Journal’s findings have revealed that Justice Lawal Hassan Gummi, the Chief Judge of the Federal Capital Territory has turned in his resignation letter. Indications emerged that he has also forwarded a letter bordering on voluntary retirement to the Presidency while his resignation as the Chief Judge was forwarded to the
By NewsAdmin on July 11, 2012
The Senate on Wednesday confirmed the appointment of Justice Mariam Alooma Mukhtar as the first female Chief Justice of Nigeria. Justice Mukhtar, whose name was sent to the Senate by President Goodluck Jonathan also happened to be the first Nigerian woman to be appointed as a Justice of the Court of Appeal, way back in [...]
By NewsAdmin on April 19, 2012
. Paves Way For First Female Chief Justice of The Federation The Chief Justice of the Federation, Justice Dahiru Musdapher has submitted his resignation letter. Street Journal gathered that the CJN who is due to retire in July tendered the letter in order to observe his terminal
By NewsAdmin on February 14, 2012
An Abuja Federal High Court on Tuesday granted the Attorney General of the Federation (AGF) leave to try the suspended President of the Court of Appeal (PCA) Justice Isa Ayo-Salami for perjury. Engr Segun Oni, the former Governor of Ekiti State had approached the Court
By NewsAdmin on September 21, 2011
The Senate on Wednesday confirmed the appointment of Justice Dahiru Musdapher as the Chief Justice of Nigeria. Before the confirmation, Musdapher had been appointed as the Acting Chief Justice of Nigeria after the retirement of Justice Adolphus Katsina-Alu. Sixty nine-year old Musdapher attended Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria from 1963 to 1964, University of London, School
By NewsAdmin on August 11, 2011
The National Judicial Council (NJC) has described the allegations made by Justice Isa Ayo Salami of the Court of Appeal against the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Aloysius Katsina-Alu as falsehood and misconduct of a judicial officer. The council has therefore directed Justice Ayo Salami to tender written apologies both to the Chief Justice of [...]
By NewsAdmin on July 28, 2011
The committee set up by the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) to investigate the face-off between Nigeria’s Chief Justice, Aloysious Katsina-Alu and the President of the Court of Appeal, Justice Isa Ayo Salami, has indicted the Chief Justice and two lawyers, Alfred Agu and Mahmood Yahaya. Members of the committee included Chief Thompson Okpoko, Chief Idowu [...]
By NewsAdmin on June 16, 2011
Street Journal’s investigations have revealed that the former Justice Minister and Attorney General of the Federation, Mohammed Bello Adoke is one of the Ministers that seem sure of retaining their positions in the Federal Executive Cabinet.