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    Metro Serial rapist sentenced to 72 years begs judge for death sentence – Linda Ikeji’s Blog

    Serial rapist sentenced to 72 years begs judge for death sentence A serial rapist who on Tuesday begged the court to hang him for his heinous acts, has been sentenced to an effective 72 years in jail, in Zimbabwe. According to Herald, regional magistrate Mrs Dambudzo Malunga had … Read more via...
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    Metro Drama In Anambra As Prison Inmate Begs Court Not To Free Him

    Punch reports that there was a mild drama at Ekwulobia prisons in Anambra State on Friday when an inmate, Tobias Mbaekwe, who was granted amnesty by Chief Judge of Anambra State, Justice Peter Umeadi, on health grounds, declined the pardon. Mbaekwe, from Ozubulu in Ekwusigo Local Government...
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    Metro Immigration Scam: Judge Withdraws From Abba Moro’s Trial

    Justice of the Federal High Court, Anwuli Chikere, today, Abuja withdrawn from the trial of Abba Moro, former minister of interior, citing personal reasons. In March, Justice Chikere granted Moro bail on self-recognition, and had adjourned the case to April 27 for trial. However, as the...
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    Metro LIST: Meet the 3 Powerful Women of the Supreme Court

    Since the establishment of the Supreme Court of Nigeria (SCN), men alone decided the constitutionality of Nigerian laws until Wednesday, June 8, 2005 when Justice Aloma Mariam Mukhtar was elevated to the Supreme Court bench. Aloma also broke the jinx to become the first woman Chief Justice of...
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    Politics Saraki's Lawyer Reacts to Withdrawal of Judge From Case

    Shortly after the the Justice Justice Abdul Kafarati hands-off Saraki's trial at the federal high court, the decision resulted to a war-of-words between Saraki’s lawyer, Dr. Kayode Oluyode and EFCC lawyer, Mr. Adebisi Adeniyi. Related: Judge Withdraws From Saraki's Case Saraki's lawyer, Dr...
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    Metro [Photos] Jude Nkama Makes History in the U.S As First African Judge in New Jersey

    A Nigerian, Jude O Nkama made history on Wednesday as he became the first African to be appointed as a judge in the 349 year history of the city and State of New Jersey, USA. Hon. Ras Baraka, Mayor of the City of Newark, NJ also appointed Hon. Ugochukwu Nwaokoro as Deputy Mayor; and Evans...