Judiciary

Buhari’s lawyer: Why I gave Justice Ademola N500,000

Kola Awodein, a lawyer and Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) has responded to the statement of Babatunde Adepoju, a Department of State Services (DSS) operative testing in the corruption trial of Justice Niyi Ademola, that he (Awodeyin) handed a bribe of N500,000 to Justice Ademola from President Muhammadu Buhari when the judge presided over President

Health

Journalist threatened with arrest for ‘demanding to interview Buhari’ in London

Some security staff at the Abuja House, London, on Sunday called the police to arrest Tunde Oyedoyin, London correspondent of Guardian, who visited the place and demanded to see President Muhammadu Buhari and possibly interview him,The Cable has reported. Abuja House has been Buhari’s residence since he began his UK vacation. According to the correspondent,

Security

Nigerian military accuses Amnesty International of fabricating report of extrajudicial killings, torture

The Nigerian military has accused human rights organisation, Amnesty International (AI), of fabricating its latest report about extrajudicial killings and torture of 240 people in the country’s north-east and 177 pro-Biafran agitators. In a statement signed by acting director defence information, Rabe Abubakar, a brigadier general, the military described the report as a continuation of

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