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Restructuring not in the interest of Nigerians —Agbakoba, SAN

You cannot force sovereignty; you cannot force people to continue to live together. By the way, the restructuring is in whose interest?

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Magistrate’s absence stalls alleged firearms possession trial

THE absence of presiding Magistrate Omolola Omotosho of the Lagos Magistrates’ Court, Igbosere, has stalled the trial of the son of a foremost industrialist, late Chief Abdul-Rasak Sanusi Suleiman Sanusi, who is standing trial before the court on charges of alleged illegal possession of firearms and disobedience of court order under Sections 4 of the Firearms Act, 2004, as well as section 104 of the Criminal Laws of Lagos, 2011.

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Lagos and the war against kidnapping

Secondary schools located around waterway are now the easy target of dare devil kidnappers. Police and other security agents appear helpless as Lagos State and indeed the whole nation woke up to a rude shock of another audacious students kidnap from their school hostel by gunmen penultimate week. The latest incident at the Lagos State Model College,

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