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INTRODUCTION On 17th of July, 2019, Hon. Justice Ibrahim Tanko Muhammad was confirmed by the Senate as the Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN). During the proceedings at the Senate, Justice Muhammad, CJN was confronted with a question by Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe [Senator representing Abia-South Senatorial District, Abia State under the platform of Peoples Democratic PartyJuly 19, 2019
The Story Adapted from the Judgment of Nweze, JSC in John v. State  9 NWLR (Pt. 1676) 160. On the fateful day (November 18, 2005), the Appellant went to a shop parading himself as a customer. Samuel, the son of the woman who owns the shop, went to attend to the Appellant’s demand. TheJuly 17, 2019
Moses v. Nigerian Bar Association (NBA)  8 NWLR (Pt. 1673) 59 at 69, para. H, per Augie, JSC: “The bottom line is that the Respondent (NBA) cannot be sued in its name, which is what this Court held in Fawehinmi v. NBA (No. 2) (supra) decided in April, 1989, and it is safe toJuly 16, 2019
Background The facts contained below are from reliable information, credible reports and from certified true copies of Court documents obtained. Mr. Nanpon Sambo (“Mr. Sambo” or “the Defendant”) was charged before the Federal High Court, Jos Division, on the allegation of illegal possession of firearms. This was in Charge No. FHC/J/106C/2016: Federal Republic of NigeriaJuly 12, 2019
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