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A law student in France can pay nothing for tuition and earn a $35,000 starting ...

Business Insider 10 Mar 2021
Top law schools ... Top law schools in Nigeria according to Nigerian Infopedia.University of IllorinUniversity of Lagos, UNILAGUniversity of Ibadan, UIUniversity of Nigeria, NNSUKAObafemi Awolowo University, OAUUniversity of Jos, JosUniversity of Benin, Edo StateLagos State University, LagosAhmadu Bello University, ZariaBabcock University, Ogun State.
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Human rights organization grooms security agents on effective law enforcement

Business Day Online 09 Feb 2021
With Nigerians still nostalgic about the tragic events of the EndSARS protest, Citizens’ Gavel- a human rights-focused non-governmental organization recently held a capacity-building program for officers of Law Enforcement Agencies in Nigeria, in Ibadan, Oyo State.
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Akeredolu, Ajayi’s political feud takes new twists in Ondo with counter accusation, condemnation

Business Day Online 08 Jan 2021
... uncle in Ibadan, Professor Benjamin Ogunbodede who has been ill for sometime ... It becomes more emotional when it’s recalled that the loyal and dedicated Tosin stopped by at the Governor’s Law Hub, Ibadan, to greet his Principal while returning to Akure from his uncle’s residence.”.
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African baroque sacred art, the wooden votives portray miracles through the creation of masks, exhibition in the art museum of the state of Pernambuco, Brazil
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Inside the illicit trade in West Africa’s oldest artworks

Mail Guardian South Africa 25 Oct 2020
Potiskum says that it does not pay to remain above the law ... Folarin Shyllon, a law professor at the University of Ibadan, called the contracts a “totally unfair smuggler’s charter” ... Toward a New Relational Ethic”, which argued that unlawfully acquired cultural property be returned to its lawful owners.
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Guber poll: PDP set to take over Ondo- Makinde-led national campaign council

Business Day Online 06 Sep 2020
The Council, under the leadership of the Oyo State governor, Seyi Makinde, stated this on Saturday, after heads of its subcommittees met in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital. It maintained that the PDP is ready to do all that is lawful to secure victory in the forthcoming governorship election in the Sunshine state ... He said ... We have bitumen ... He said.
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Akeredolu inaugurates Amotekun Corps

Business Day Online 11 Aug 2020
... on the line when the Amotekun Corps was launched in Ibadan in January this year ... “On 4th March, this year, just two months after the launch of Amotekun in Ibadan, the Bill setting up the Corps was signed into law, after diligent and thorough work by the State House of Assembly.
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Our relationship with Governor Rotimi Akeredolu

Business Day Online 29 Jun 2020
Recently, our family, the Olatunde Runsewe Dynasty of Ibadan Land, was targeted for the Joseph Goebbels’s kind of attacks by the opponents of our in-law, Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, SAN, the Governor of Ondo State, over some legitimate business transactions which our corporate entity, the Dutum Group of Companies, has with the government of Ondo State.
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Nigeria needs urgent fiscal buffers to survive fallouts of COVID-19

Business Day Online 14 May 2020
COVID-19 will hit Nigeria very hard; this is not uncommon with the experience of other countries. The pandemic, though a public health issue has significant economic impacts ... Read also ... Adenikiju is of the Centre for Petroleum, Energy Economics & Law, University of Ibadan, and member, expert advisory panel of Nigeria Natural Resource Charter (NNRC) .
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Makinde signs Oyo State Agribusiness Development Agency Bill into law

Business Day Online 22 Apr 2020
Governor, Seyi Makinde, recently signed the Oyo State Agribusiness Development Agency (OYSADA) Bill into law ... He said that the signing of the agency bill into law would allow the agency which is based in Saki, to start work fully and to kick-start the operation of the farm estates projects in Eruwa in Ibarapa axis and Akufo, Ibadan.
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Coronavirus-Power-Distribution-Companies-in-Nigeria-Affirm-Two-Months-Free-Electricity-Supply-To-Nigerians

Peace FM Online 09 Apr 2020
In a related development, the management of the Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company IBEDC says it would be donating N100m towards the fight against COVID-19 pandemic within its operational area ... “IBEDC, as a law-abiding corporate citizen and socially responsible ...
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Why the quarantine Act of 1926 cannot legalise restriction of movement by the president

Business Day Online 01 Apr 2020
As you would rightly know, Sir, it is a settled principle of law that subsidiary legislation must have the force of law ... LLB (First Class, Ibadan) PDG (Aberdeen, UK); Doctoral Candidate, Adelaide Law School, The University of Adelaide, South Australia (Senior Team Lead, Primus Grace LP, Nigeria).
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On Covid-19: A common man’s proposal to tackle the global pandemic

Business Day Online 23 Mar 2020
Corona virus? ... What governments must do ... What the world must do ... Conclusion ... Let us pray ... Peter-Cole has a law degree from the University of Ibadan and attended the Nigerian Law School, Abuja Campus. He’s passionate about effective and life-changing policies, laws, regulations, sustainable development goals advocacy and cutting-edge research ... .
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Gov. Makinde Signs Àmọ̀tẹ́kùn Bill to Law

Business Day Online 10 Mar 2020
Governor Seyi Makinde on Tuesday signed the bill establishing the Oyo State Security Network Agency, code-named Operation Àmọ̀tẹ́kùn, into law. Operation Amotekun was launched on January,9 this year in Ibadan, Oyo State capital by the six South West governors ... Bill, 2020 into law.
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Conservationists call for strict law enforcement, awareness to tackle Nigeria’s pangolin trafficking

Business Day Online 19 Feb 2020
They noted that the country has to improve on its law enforcement owing to Nigeria’s involvement in many trafficking incidences of pangolin scales in the last two years ... Our government needs to support our enforcement agencies to enforce the law with seriousness,” Morenikeji who is also a professor of Parasitology at the University of Ibadan said.
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