Law & Human Rights

How to compel Yahaya Bello’s attendance in court —Shittu, SAN

In this interview with Vanguard's Law & Human Rights, Law lecturer, Mr. Wahab Shittu, SAN, spoke on a number of topical issues including how the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, can compel ex-governor of Kogi State,Yahyah Bello, to attend court for his trial,  the brewing constitutional crisis in Rivers State and the assessment of theadministration of the outgoing Chief Justice of Nigeria, CJN, Justice Ariwoola.
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Mambilla: How legal tussle keeps Nigeria in darkness

While Nigeria continues to grope in darkness, a 3050mw hydroelectric power project conceived more than four decades ago to provide the critical power to drive the economy, is lying waste due to a protracted legal tussle between the Federal Government and Sunrise Power and Transmission Ltd, the company which won the contract to deliver the project.

How state police can work — Lawyers

Amid the recent surge in insecurity across the country, the Federal Government on February 15, 2024 announced the decision by President Bola Tinubu and state governors to work out a modality for the implementation of state police.

Parliamentary democracy: Stakeholders weigh options

In this report, Vanguard’s Law & Human Rights chronicles past efforts by stakeholders to return Nigeria to parliamentary democracy through legislation and documents the opposing views that greeted the latest bill by 60 lawmakers on the same issue with an inference that the proclivity for the recalibration of the country towards economic growth and development requires more of right political culture than switching the mode of governance from presidential system to parliamentary rule.

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