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On Sunday January 31, 2016, ThisDay Newspaper broke the news of a new proposed anti-money laundering Bill emanating from the president of Nigeria. The article launched into an elaborate examination of the proposed Anti-Money Laundering (Prevention and Prohibition) Bill 2016 sent to the National Assembly last week by President Muhammadu Buhari as part of […]Read more "New Anti-Money Laundering Bill; A Strange Move"
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Are newspapers like Complete Sports overlooking the public good by carrying adverts that are questionable in intention? Open today’s Complete Sports newspaper, Nigeria’s biggest sports daily, and you are confronted by adverts promising travelers work and sweet pay in Dubai and Turkey, as long as you have an international passport.…
On Thursday, August 13, 2015, my LLM class had the distinct honour of listening to Prof Shizhou Wang from the Faculty of Law, Peking University in the People’s Republic of China. The lecture was about anti-corruption and criminal law in China. Prof Wang’s CV is very intimidating and I had looked forward to the lecture […]Read more "Anti-Corruption is a work always on its way- Prof Shizhou Wang"
Disclaimer: This is not a legal article; it is a product of my recent reflections, continue reading at your own risk. I have a fascination for museums. I must admit I haven’t visited many in Nigeria. I usually visit important historical sites and museums in any country I visit. This helps me to appreciate the […]Read more "Who Is Afraid of the Past?"
Being in Berlin this past few weeks has been very dreamy. The painful history of the city that is evidenced all around exist side by side the tangible beauty of an old but new city. Fashion, street food and the vibrant cultural events that happen in Berlin especially during summer makes it all very fascinating. I […]Read more "Berlin through my eyes"
On March 4, 2009, the Pre-Trial Chamber of the ICC issued an arrest warrant for President Omar Hassan Ahmad Al Bashir. The Pre-Trial Chamber held that it was satisfied that there were reasonable grounds to believe that he is criminally liable under Article 25(3) (a) as a direct perpetrator or as an indirect co-perpetrator for […]Read more "President Omar Al Bashir In South Africa; What Would South Africa Do?"