ICC to probe Patience Jonathan
17 Mar
2015
Written by Femi Erinle

ICC to probe Patience Jonathan »

The Internal Criminal Court on Monday said Nigeria’s First Lady, Dame Patience Jonathan, is liable to prosecution.

The global criminal court added that Read more...

APC reports Patience Jonathan to ICC
9 Mar
2015
Written by Femi Erinle

APC reports Patience Jonathan to ICC »

The presidential campaign organisation of the All Progressives Congress has reported the wife of President Goodluck Jonathan, Patience, to the International Criminal Court.

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2,000 human rights violation cases recorded in Borno – NHRC
5 Mar
2015
Written by Femi Erinle

2,000 human rights violation cases recorded in Borno – NHRC »

The National Human Right Commission on Wednesday said it had recorded about 2,000 human right violation cases in Borno State in the last Read more...

Obligations of your Employer Part 1 by ad ad
4 Mar
2015
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* Did you know that if you feel your employment rights have been infringed upon, is being infringed upon, Read more...

Today in History: European Court rules against hitting schoolchildren in the UK
25 Feb
2015
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Today in History: European Court rules against hitting schoolchildren in the UK »

1986 Major-General Mamman Vatsa and others are sentenced to death by the Special Military Tribunal. They are later executed. European Court rules against hitting Read more...

Bryan Stevenson Wants 'Equal Justice' for blacks
23 Feb
2015
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Bryan Stevenson Wants 'Equal Justice' for blacks »

Prof. Bryan Stevenson: "I don't think there's been a time in American history with more innocent people in prison."

From 1877 to 1950, Read more...

Today in History: Cuba leases Guantánamo Bay to the U.S. in perpetuity
23 Feb
2015
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Today in History: Cuba leases Guantánamo Bay to the U.S. in perpetuity »

NAACP founder W.E.B. DuBois born

W.E.B. DuBois, founder of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), was born on Read more...

Today: American feminist arrested for advocating birth control
16 Feb
2015
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Today: American feminist arrested for advocating birth control »

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1. 1984 Chief of Staff Supreme Headquarters, Brigadier 'Tunde Idiagbon, announces that the Federal Government would no longer grant scholarships Read more...

Gay wedding: Sharia police arrest 12 in Kano
28 Jan
2015
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Gay wedding: Sharia police arrest 12 in Kano »

For allegedly planning a gay wedding, 12 young men in Kano are now in the net of the Islamic law-enforcement agency, the Hisbah. Read more...

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