The Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Tanko Muhammad has approved the appointment of Hajo Sarki-Bello, as Acting Chief Registrar. This followed the retirement of the substantive Chief Registrar, Hadizatu Uwani-Mustapha. This is contained in a statement by Dr Festus Akande, the Director of Press and Information, Supreme Court in Abuja on Friday. Sarki-Bello will formally
The Veterinary Council of Nigeria has issued a 60-day ultimatum to all unregistered and illegal veterinary premises in Nigeria to register
Momah said that the defendants were found with a stolen SIM card belonging to the complainant, Victor Oviewo.
Sani-Bello of Niger State on Friday signed into law, the death penalty by hanging for cattle rustlers, bandits, kidnappers and informants
SERAP dragged Dariye, the Senate President and the National Assembly Service Commission to court, seeking an order to stop the Senate
He said during police investigation, the defendant, confessed committing the crime and the phone and sim card were recovered from him.
An executive bill, seeking the prohibition of street begging, has scaled second reading in Katsina State House of Assembly. Reports indicated that the bill, presented to the assembly by Governor Aminu Masari, scaled the second reading during plenary on Monday. Reports said that the bill was first read before the assembly on June 30 by
The National Industrial Court in Ibadan, Oyo State has ordered the University of Ibadan to immediately reinstate, Professor Adenike Ogunshe, whose appointment was terminated by the institution on June 14, 2016. Ogunshe, a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Microbiology, University of Ibadan, was sacked by the institution over alleged refusal to vacate her office
Petroleum Industry Bill has been passed into law by the House of Representatives.https://scudnewsng.com The lawmakers passed the bill after consideration of the report of the ad hoc committee chaired by Mohammed Monguno. Following the clause by clause consideration on the report at the committee of the whole, it was passed. The session was presided over
An Ikeja Special Offences Court on Friday sentenced a septuagenarian, Olawale Ogun, to seven years’ imprisonment for defrauding two companies of a total of N75.5 million. Reports indicated that Justice Mojisola Dada convicted Ogun on six counts of stealing by fraudulent conversion. His company, Storage Index Ltd., was convicted on three counts of fraudulent conversion.