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Saraki v. FRN  16 NWLR (Pt. 1646) 405 at 462, paras. B-C, per Okoro, JSC: “I need to emphasize that security agencies in this country must operate within the bounds of their calling. A situation where the EFCC and DSS took over the functions of the Code of Conduct Bureau leaves much to beDecember 7, 2018
EDOSACA v. Osakue & Ors  16 NWLR (Pt. 1645) 199 at 224-225, paras. H-A, per Oseji, JCA: “…The Freedom of Information Act, though a noble and worthwhile piece of legislation, does not have automatic application to the States as submitted by learned Counsel for the Respondents. It therefore behooves any State interested in adoptingNovember 30, 2018
Mrs. Umma Mohammed & Ors v. The Minister, Federal Ministry of Environment, Housing and Urban Development & Ors.  16 NWLR (Pt. 1644) 179 at 189 paras. D-E, per Ogakwu, JCA: “The Appellants’ Further Brief of Argument was filed without any order of Court. In fact, a Further Brief is unknown to the Court ofNovember 27, 2018
Raji v. UNILORIN  15 NWLR (Pt. 1642) 220 at 236, paras. G-H, per Rhodes-Vivour, JSC: “Deposing to an affidavit to explain irredeemable flaws in the signing of the Notice of Appeal is a worthless exercise since processes must be seen to have been properly signed, just by looking at it and not by examiningNovember 19, 2018
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