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On May 1, men of the Nigerian police secretly abducted Mr. Daniel Ojukwu, a journalist with the Foundation for Investigative Journalism.

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It has always been an informal rule in most schools especially the secondary and tertiary institutions in the world, that weaker students are predisposed to being bullied. This is seen in the daily lives of junior and senior secondary schools students, where they run errands for their senior counterparts. Hence, when a junior rebuffs their request, all hell may be let loose whether within the school premises or outside the school premises.

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On March 11, 2024, a citizen whose Twitter handle is @pureazibaNelson, drew the attention of the Nigerian authorities to his encounter with some men of the police force whom he believed wrongly harassed him.

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On March 11, 2024, a citizen whose Twitter handle is @pureazibaNelson, drew the attention of the Nigerian authorities to his encounter with some men of the police force whom he believed wrongly harassed him.

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Is ignorance of the law truly an excuse in Nigeria? Not a chance! This post explores the legal principle and why it matters, using the recent case of social media personality Bobrisky as an example. We delve into the importance of the rule of law and why legal awareness is crucial. But the post doesn't stop there. We acknowledge the challenges of legal literacy in Nigeria and propose solutions like legal aid programs and public awareness campaigns. Ultimately, this post aims to empower Nigerians to navigate the legal system and build a more just society."

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Erisco Food Limited has been embroiled in a controversy surrounding a Facebook post by a user named Chioma Okoli, 39. On Sept. 17, 2023, Okoli made a Facebook post in which she alleged that she bought a tomato paste produced by Erisco Food Limited and that when she decided to taste the product, it was full of sugar."

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The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) announced on February 20 its decision to distribute contraband foodstuff items seized by officers of the service. They were forfeited to the federal government by Order of Court to citizens at affordable rates.

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The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) announced on February 20 its decision to distribute contraband foodstuff items seized by officers of the service. They were forfeited to the federal government by Order of Court to citizens at affordable rates.

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The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) announced on February 20 its decision to distribute contraband foodstuff items seized by officers of the service. They were forfeited to the federal government by Order of Court to citizens at affordable rates.

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The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) announced on February 20 its decision to distribute contraband foodstuff items seized by officers of the service. They were forfeited to the federal government by Order of Court to citizens at affordable rates.

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The edge neutrality of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) for users cannot be de-emphasized. The outbreak of menaces such as cyberbullying, has become a cause of great concern."

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Allegations of sexual harassment have been on the rise in Nigeria recently. The sad story of female personnel of the Air Force, Beauty Uzezi, who was gruesomely raped by her superior and dismissed from service, and the cases of Ruth Ogunleye and Corporal Philomena Nnamoko, who were allegedly dehumanized and detained by senior officers of the Nigerian Army for refusing to succumb to their sexual advances has brought to limelight the ordeals of female soldiers in Nigeria, reported THIS DAY.

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In Nigeria, corporal punishment is widely acceptable to the extent that it is unthinkable that a child be allowed to grow without physical discipline, which is premised on the popular Bible verse ? spare the rod and spoil the child?."

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The recent saying (in Pidgin English), "No gree for anybody this year," has become more of a slogan and a very interesting one at that, by Nigerians in 2024."

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The concept of International Humanitarian Law was coined by the international community between the 19th and 20th centuries to protect civilians and those resigned from any more hostilities."""

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