Panel members disagree as Supreme Court dismisses Ihedioha’s application

The Supreme Court, on Tuesday, declined to restore Emeka Ihedioha of the PDP as the Governor of Imo State.

Bayelsa judgement: Supreme Court Justice weeps, as court fines Afe Babalola, Olanipekun N60m

The Supreme Court, on Wednesday, fined Chief Afe Babalola (SAN) and Chief Wole Olanipekun (SAN) N30 million each for agreeing to file...

Poll verdicts: Supreme Court in the eye of the storm

By Carl Umegboro The Supreme Court of Nigeria has since its decision on the Imo state governorship tussle on...

Amotekun: Malami’s too many ‘illegalities’

BY SAMUEL ADEGBOLA Indisputably, the indigenous security outfit set up by state governors of the southwest geopolitical zone, Amoketun,...

Buhari’s new priority to education sector

BY YAKUBU ABOLAJI ISOWO Recently, President Muhammadu Buhari pledged to give a boost to the education sector. Irrefutably, the...

Malawi Opposition Parties Strategizing, Getting Ready For Court Ruling

BY GRACIUM C MKONDA With only few days to the delivery of a verdict by the Malawi Constitutional Court,...

Malawi presidential election: Citizens eagerly await electoral case judgment as court delivers judgement, 18...

BY GRACIUM C. MKONDA Just days after Malawi Elections Commission Chairperson, Jane Ansah, declared Prof. Peter Mutharika of the...

Supreme Court Judgement: Politics Was Served In Imo State

BY PRINCE RUTHERFORD It was said that the Supreme Court sacked Emeka Ihedioha because he didn't file an application...