Shamima Begum loses case in Supreme Court By Colin Yeo

Shamima Begum has lost her case in the Supreme Court. This means that she will not be able to return to the UK to argue her main case about whether she should or should not be deprived of her British citizenship. But her main case remains outstanding — and may remain outstanding for a very long …

Judicial lessons from Kenya – Punch Newspaper Editorial

THE annulment of last month’s presidential election in Kenya by its Supreme Court has set a new standard for the judiciary in Africa. In a continent where such decisions are more likely to be influenced by political expediency than legal sagacity, the annulment is a breath of fresh air, and a paradigm shift that encapsulates …

JUST IN: Appeal court acquits Nggilari, sets aside 5-yr imprisonment by Unini Chioma

Editorial After the Nigerian civil war official records showed not a single solider died as all salaries were signed for. Now no government high office holder has been jailed for corruption as there is no probable and proven evidence of corruption. Yet governments funds are gone and project unaccounted for. Nigeria is a land of …

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