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EFCC raids CJN Onnoghen’s Abuja Home  

  The operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (INEC) have raided the residence of embattled Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Justice Walter Onnoghen, PoliticsNGR reports. EFCC raid comes amidst allegations of false assets and non-assets declaration levelled against Justice Onnoghen in a petition written to the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT)

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UEFA to discipline Chelsea over racist chants

  UEFA has begun disciplinary proceedings against Chelsea following alleged anti-Semitic chanting during the club’s Europa League match at Hungarian club Vidi last month, European football’s governing body announced on Tuesday. A vocal minority of Chelsea fans were heard singing a derogatory chant about Tottenham supporters, featuring anti-Semitic language, during the 2-2

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Justice Onnoghen: Lawyers down tool in C’River, reject CJN’s proposed arraignment

  Legal practitioners under the auspices of the Nigerian Bar Association, NBA Cross River state withdrew all services on Monday in protest against what they described as the unconstitutional attempt by the Executive Arm of the Federal Government of Nigeria to intimidate, coerce, desecrate the judicial Arm of Government vide the

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UI school Hijab Crisis: Judge Advises Out-of-court Settlement

  Justice Laniran Akintola of the Oyo State High Court in Ibadan, Oyo on Friday advised parties in the ban of Hijab wearing legal tussle to seek out-of-court settlement. Some female Muslim students of International School, Ibadan (ISI) had protested the institution’s ban on the wearing of Hijab over their school uniforms

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FG reaches agreement with Labour, to Transmit Minimum Wage Bill to NASS Jan 23

  The federal government yesterday reached an agreement with organised labour to shelve its planned industrial action and allow it till January 23 to transmit an executive bill to the National Assembly for the passage of the new minimum wage, Leadership reports. Labour unions had threatened to embark on a strike action

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