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Unity Schools: Court Orders Federal Government To Apply Uniform Cut-off Marks

In a landmark ruling certain to challenge the viability of the decades-long quota system in the country, a Federal High Court in Lagos on Wednesday declared as unconstitutional the state-based admission inequality into federal government colleges, also known as unity schools. 411 more words


Sabah leader slams RCI findings as mere political gimmick

The Royal Commission of Inquiry on the illegal immigrants in Sabah was no more than a political gimmick to hoodwink state voters into rooting for Barisan Nasional in the last general election, a state opposition politician said today. 484 more words


Ultimate mockery of Philippine justice system

How else would one describe it when high-profile prisoners convicted for their nefarious activities outside and sent to the New Bilibid Prison (NBP) in Muntinlupa to serve their sentences, continue their corrupt practices with all the trappings that drug money can buy, yet still? 365 more words


Illegal immigrants: Dr M must face the music

The Royal Commission of Inquiry report provides basis for a class action suit.


In retrospect, when Putrajaya first announced the Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) on Illegal Immigrants in Sabah, former prime minister Mahathir Mohamad appeared to have panicked and made an open defence of his strong sense of proprietorship of the mantra on bangsa, agama, negara (race, religion, country). 343 more words


BREAKING: Republican Judge Strikes Down Obama’s Immigration Order

By: Ian Millhiser

In an extraordinary opinion that transforms a routine sentencing matter into a vehicle to strike down a politically controversial policy, a George W. 943 more words


BREAKING Why Elections Matter: Republican Judge Strikes Down Obama’s Immigration Order

Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.

Call this a win for the U.S. Constitution that Obama so dearly want’s to destroy. 1,067 more words


HND Holders Sue Federal Government

Having suffered discrimination and stagnation at their various work places, Holders of the Higher National Diploma (HND) certificate in the public service have asked the National Industrial Court to compel the Federal Government to reverse its policies discriminating against them in remuneration and promotion. 229 more words