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“ARE NIGERIAN LAWYERS CROOKS OR BRILLIANT?” – THE VIEWS OF A SCIENTIST!

Today, we hear the views of a Scientist and Public Commentator on the brilliance or crookedness of Nigerian Lawyers! If you don’t like his views, your reactions are welcomed. Sit back and enjoy. From the horse’s mouth, sorry I meant the mouth of a scientist.

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The legal profession is a highly revered profession. It has refused to fall from the pedestal it has been placed on since time immemorial.

However, talking about the profession in Nigeria gives it a new front: not good for the optics. Using the percentage of the type of people that Nigerian lawyers are able to save from going to jail and the type of people they are not able to keep away from jail make me look at them with disdain.Continue reading

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HUNTER BECOMING THE HUNTED (EPISODE 1; THE LAGOS BOY)

Photocredits Dave Woollacott/Carters News

Photocredits Dave Woollacott/Carters News

Ever imagined a lion the supposed king of the jungle, running for its dear life with a herd of buffalo in hot pursuit? Well even the lawless jungles where only the strongest and the fittest survive have rules of survival. The strongest or the fittest who breach it rarely live to tell the story.

The title of this piece is derived from a programme on National Geographic Channel depicting scenes in the wild where a predator is running from a prey as pictured above.

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WARNING TO ROOKIES; NAIJA POLICE BAIL IS NOT FREE (PART 2)

photo credits npf.gov.ng

photo credits npf.gov.ng

Where do I begin! Been off for a whole two months! Many things have come and gone yet the defeaning silence from my end. My sincere apologies. I am set to get things rolling! Please enjoy the concluding part of the last article we put up before the long hiatus. Shalom!

By 6 pm, I was already at the Police Station with my entourage. The Orile Police Station is located at the famous but chaotic Orile Bus Stop I had described in an earlier piece “The Naija Lawyers’ Hustle”. The building housing the station was rebuilt a few years ago by the Fashola administration. It looked neat but the offices were cramped and overcrowded.

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