Category: Justice

Reparative Justice: Forty Acres and A Mule 158 years after

All local reparations initiatives are necessary to drive forward the goal of reparative justice for Black America. However, a national plan is still needed to transform Black life everywhere and significantly impact the Black South

Niger Delta: 11,000 indigenes approach UK court for damages against Shell

The case filed on Thursday by UK law firm Leigh Day is the latest step in a case that will test whether multinationals can be held to account for the actions of overseas subsidiaries.

Judge recuses self from hearing suit on NDDC Board

The plaintiffs, Okotie-Eboh and others, had on behalf of indigenes and members of oil and gas producing communities of Itsekiri ethnic extraction in Delta State sought the court to, among others, restrain the new board of the NDDC from implementing the budget of the commission.

Rights commission sets special panel abortion allegations against Nigerian military

The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), which is appointed by the government, said in a statement posted on its website on Tuesday that it would launch the special panel next week in Abuja.

Oyetola proved certificate forgery against Gov Adeleke — Majority, dissenting judgements affirm

The tribunal, however, held that the forgery case was not enough to disqualify him from contesting the election, adding that the PDP candidate had acquired additional qualifications.

For jumping party Court declares senator’s seat vacant; ordered to refund salaries

The Judge further ruled that the Senator should refund to the National Assembly all the monies and entitlements received after July 2022, being the time, he defected from PDP to YPP without any problem in the previous party.

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