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Major Sources of Nigerian Law / Constitution

A country’s constitution is the body of basic laws, principles, conventions, rules and regulations which govern the country. It specifies the limits of, as well as relationships between various organs and agencies of government. One major source the Nigerian law/constitution was adopted from was laws from the Bitish government. The Nigerian constitution also shows the […]

Best Highest Paying Careers in Nigeria 2019

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There are highest paying careers in Nigeria which stand miles above the rest and their take home pay is mouthwatering. A career is an occupation undertaken by a person for a significant period of their life with the opportunity to progress. It can also be defined as a profession a person does regularly for a living. […]

Top 20 Best Universities in Nigeria To Study Law 2019

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Law is one of the most competitive courses in Nigeria. This is not a surprise as it is the prime course of Arts and Humanities. Many Arts and Humanities students always think of becoming a Lawyer one day. Nigerian universities have produced a lot of great lawyers, including those that are respected at both at […]

Legal Grounds For Divorce in Nigeria

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The grounds for divorce in Nigeria are legal reasons that the law permits for the dissolution of a lawful marriage by one or both parties (couples). This is because there are periods when a couple feel they can no longer tolerate, live together as husband and wife under the same roof and would like to […]

How To File For A Divorce in Nigeria

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In Nigeria, the legal grounds for filling for a divorce in most marriages is what most couples don’t know especially when such couple(s) intend to get a divorce processed when things don’t work out between the two parties that are legally married. This post will expose step by step, the reasons/grounds to file for a […]

Principles of the Rule of Law

In any civilized society, Laws are made to protect the interests of the citizens such as their lives and properties and not to oppress them. If these laws that guide the rights and dictate the powers and functions of the leaders and the people being lead are seen to be working well, then it must […]