Any govt disobeying court orders is inviting anarchy — CJN Onnoghen

The Chief Justice of Nigeria, Walter Onnoghen has again warned about the possible effects of disobeying court orders. Mr Onnoghen gave the warning at a public lecture he delivered at the faculty of law, University of Lagos, on May, 31. The theme of the lecture was: “The Rule of Law as Panacea for Peace, Security and Good Governance.” According to a report by the Daily Trust newspapers, the CJN also attributed the increased rate of killings across the country to the anarchy that results from the failure of the government…

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No Case Submission: Kaduna High Court Adjourns Sitting In Case Of Culpable Homicide Against Members Of Islamic Movement

The case against members of the Islamic Movement who were being charged at the Kaduna State High Court for an alleged culpable homicide of one Dan Kaduna on 12th December, 2015 was again adjourned to 20th June, 2018 for the defence to deliver its “No case Submission” address. When the matter came up today, the prosecution pleaded for two more weeks to reply the no case submission filed by the defence lawyers, having gone through over seventy witnesses and equal number of exhibits presented by the prosecution in the case.…

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