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Day: February 14, 2022

I doubted my abilities – UNIOSUN First-class law graduate

Eniola Opaleye is a first-class law graduate from Osun State University and an aspirant to the Nigerian bar. She speaks about her academic journey and how she graduated with first-class in Law How do you feel about graduating with first-class results? It still feels like a dream, and I’m extremely grateful to everyone and God …

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ASUU: Is the strike pushing the Nigerian government to act?

Nigeria has gone through many university strikes. Research shows that such strikes, often orchestrated by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), have occurred every five years since 1999.  However, it remains that despite the clear intention, which is to improve the quality of education, Nigerian education is in decline and currently on life support …

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How the law views the declaration of a state of emergency in Nigeria

The first part of this article centres on the history, international principles and the key components of the doctrine of emergency. In this second part, we are going to take a look at the legal framework comprising the process and procedure, conditions precedent, time limit, mode of terminating the doctrine under the Constitution of the …

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