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Law & Policy: (Video) Nigeria’s Legal Justice System Should Get it Right By Now

I was just discussing with you all, last week, that the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), the organization charged with promoting the rule of law in the country, could do more for its national and local communities. For starters, I argued there was a need for lawyers and the NBA to create awareness in the community for the legal services that are available to the public. The public should know how to use the court system to find redress to their legal problems. I also discussed about basic legal advocacy that begins to reach and influence  the minds of children, right from elementary through high (secondary) school, on the rule of law. The country needs this. So, here we are, I was just discussing this last week and what do we have here?

A recently uploaded  discussion on Channels TV about the need for Nigeria’s Legal Justice System to get it together.

Looking at the justice delivery system of Nigeria, Jiti Ogunye a legal practitioner who was a guest on Sunrise Daily today said the CJN didn’t single-out the AGF for condemnation being the sole cause of the problem affecting the justice delivery system in Nigeria rather he spoke extensively about the problems affecting the system.

The legal practitioner said though the CJN mentioned the AGF as the factor slowing down justice in high-profile cases.”

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