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Bongo: Gabon amends constitution

Ali Bongo The ailment of President Ali Bongo of Gabon has forced the constitutional court to intervene to avert a political crisis.The country has been tense since the absence of the president which created a vacum in governance. There have been no government meetings since he was taken to hospital in Saudi

Institutionalising the War Against Corruption – New approaches to assets tracing and recovering (4)

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Nigeria has legislation to prevent illicit acquisition of assets but one thing most lacking is a lack of provisions for management of assets successfully traced Mike Ozekhome CURTAIN CALL Today, we shall continue our discourse into curing Nigeria’s present conundrum, continuing with the United Nations Convention against corruption, which we had earlier started in our […]
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What the Constitution, Electoral Act say

AS lawyers and stakeholders disagree over whether or not the  Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, was right in declaring the Osun State Governorship election inconclusive, Vanguard in this story outlines what the constitution and Electoral Act provide in such situation and recalls the plethora of inconclusive governorship elections since 2011.
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Falana: Buhari hiding under national interest to justify disobedience of court orders

Falana: Buhari hiding under national interest to justify disobedience of court orders

Femi Falana, human rights lawyer, says President Muhammadu Buhari is hiding under the cloak of national interest to justify his disobedience of court orders. While speaking at the annual conference
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Turmoil in APC over primaries, nomination fee

Turmoil in APC over primaries, nomination fee

The warning was a reaction to an invitation informing APC aspirants for the 2019 elections of a meeting
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Rule of law: Turaki knocks Buhari, says Constitution remains supreme 

Rule of law: Turaki knocks Buhari, says Constitution remains supreme 

Alexander Okere, Benin A former Minister of Special Duties and Inter-governmental Affairs, Mr. Kabiru Turaki, on Monday faulted the statement by President Muhammadu Buhari that the principle of rule of law must be subject to the supremacy of national interest. Turaki, a presidential aspirant of the Peoples Democratic Party, described Buhari’s position as unacceptable as […] …

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