Posts Tagged: Omavuaye Mudiaga-Erhueh

NIS Recruitment Tragedy: A Wake-Up Call for Laws on Corporate Manslaughter

The tragic loss of precious and priceless lives and bodily injuries sustained by applicants to the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) shook the nation. This was not only as a result of the apparent sheer disregard for the safety of Nigerian

NIS Recruitment Tragedy: A Wake-Up Call for Laws on Corporate Manslaughter

The tragic loss of precious and priceless lives and bodily injuries sustained by applicants to the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) shook the nation. This was not only as a result of the apparent sheer disregard for the safety of Nigerian

On Jail Term for ‘Critics’

On  4 December 2013, several reports to the tune of “Senate Proposes 7-Year Jail Term for Social Media Critics” were all over the internet. In a short while, however, it became clear that an important legislative development had been embedded

On Jail Term for ‘Critics’

On  4 December 2013, several reports to the tune of “Senate Proposes 7-Year Jail Term for Social Media Critics” were all over the internet. In a short while, however, it became clear that an important legislative development had been embedded

Brymo and the Chocolate City

Last week, we saw Chocolate City invoke the powers of the judicial arm of government in order to protect its business interests. Chocolate City instituted an action against Mr. Shimi Olawale Ibrahim (Brymo) at the Federal High Court, Lagos Judicial

Brymo and the Chocolate City

Last week, we saw Chocolate City invoke the powers of the judicial arm of government in order to protect its business interests. Chocolate City instituted an action against Mr. Shimi Olawale Ibrahim (Brymo) at the Federal High Court, Lagos Judicial

Mavi Mudiaga: Reply to Oluwaseun Babajide – Has the UK Goofed with the £3,000 Visa Bond Policy?

In the second quarter of this year, the British Government announced a potential new immigration policy, which proposes a £3000 visa bond for short-term visitors from Nigeria, Sri Lanka, India, Bangladesh, Ghana and Pakistan. The said bond would be deposited

Mavi Mudiaga: Reply to Oluwaseun Babajide – Has the UK Goofed with the £3,000 Visa Bond Policy?

In the second quarter of this year, the British Government announced a potential new immigration policy, which proposes a £3000 visa bond for short-term visitors from Nigeria, Sri Lanka, India, Bangladesh, Ghana and Pakistan. The said bond would be deposited

Femi Fani-Kayode: Achilles to the Igbos?

Since Femi Fani-Kayode (FFK) published his essay/article titled “The Bitter Truth About the Igbos”, tempers have risen and rightly so. It even resulted in a twitter war between FFK and Oby Ezekwesili. I would spare readers the details of that article, but it

Femi Fani-Kayode: Achilles to the Igbos?

Since Femi Fani-Kayode (FFK) published his essay/article titled “The Bitter Truth About the Igbos”, tempers have risen and rightly so. It even resulted in a twitter war between FFK and Oby Ezekwesili. I would spare readers the details of that article, but it

A Legislator’s Multi-lemma

Tempers seem to have cooled-off from the #ChildNotBride campaign, which might be because the “activists” have gone back to the  drawing-board to re-strategise (as recommended), or they got tired/bored, or have gone back to their daily lives and would be back (shortly). Beside the issue

A Legislator’s Multi-lemma

Tempers seem to have cooled-off from the #ChildNotBride campaign, which might be because the “activists” have gone back to the  drawing-board to re-strategise (as recommended), or they got tired/bored, or have gone back to their daily lives and would be back (shortly). Beside the issue

‘Deportation’ Trend in Nigeria: The More You Look, the Less You See

When it comes to legal discourse, Nigeria never seems to lack a topic for discussion. Few weeks ago, the discourse was on child marriage and constitutional review. More recently, it has become the issue of “deportation” of Nigerians within Nigeria- Lagos State Government being

‘Deportation’ Trend in Nigeria: The More You Look, the Less You See

When it comes to legal discourse, Nigeria never seems to lack a topic for discussion. Few weeks ago, the discourse was on child marriage and constitutional review. More recently, it has become the issue of “deportation” of Nigerians within Nigeria- Lagos State Government being