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OP/ED Op-Eds: The Best of Fall 2017

Behold, the field in which we grow our blogs! Lay thine eyes upon it and thou shalt see that it is barren! In the chaotic race towards the final days of this godforsaken year and the 12 Days of Glorio we’ll celebrate to see it off, we’d almost forgotten all about our seasonal look back at the best anime title sequences of the past few months. 837 more words

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The Protest Judgment of the Court of Appeal

The Protest Judgment of the Court of Appeal

GUEST COLUMNIST: FEMI FALANA

I am unable to persuade myself to share the views of some learned colleagues who have argued that the judgment delivered on Tuesday, December 12, 2017 by the Lagos Judicial Division of the Court of Appeal in the case of the Honourable Justice Hyeldzira Ajiya Ngangiwa v Federal Republic of Nigeria (Appeal No CA/L/969c/2017) has clothed Nigerian judges with immunity. 1,120 more words

Buhari at 75: Why God kept him alive

Buhari at 75: Why God kept him alive

• By Femi Adesina

Let me begin by telling a story. On June 1, 2015, the day I resumed work as adviser on media to President Muhammadu Buhari, he had admonished me: “Adesina, always tell me the truth. 1,398 more words

Nigerian Law School And The Need For Change

Nigerian Law School And The Need For Change

By Abdulrazaq O Hamzat
A law graduate or lawyer that cannot defend his or her own basic rights as contained in the constitution does not deserve to be called a legal practitioner. 1,060 more words

Prohibition of the use of Hijab/veil in some public institutions: The position of the law

*PROHIBITION OF THE USE OF HIJAB/VEIL IN SOME PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS: WHAT IS THE POSITION OF THE LAW?*


BY

_O. G. CHUKKOL._
One of the challenges Muslim females are facing is the wearing of hijab. 1,392 more words

Opinion: Market Failure and the Public Good in the Australian Film and Television Industry

Australia has had some great success and failures come out of the Australian film and television industry. The ‘boom and bust’ era in the 1970’s and 1980’s occurred due to the Government regulations and taxable rebates that they offered producers to help them produce Australian media and continue to produce for Australian audiences. 1,469 more words

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Beyond the Brutalities of Police SARS

Beyond the Brutalities of Police SARS


The Verdict By Olusegun Adeniyi,

If there is any lesson from the current revelations about how men of the Police Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) molest, torture, maim and sometimes kill innocent citizens, it is that seeking questionable validation, especially when not on solid grounds, can go horribly wrong. 1,752 more words