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Education / Nigerian Law School Releases Application For October 2022/23 Academic Sessioon. by ayomidegambari(m): 8:06pm On Jul 22
The Nigerian Law school has released application for admission into October 2022/23 academic session (Bar Part II program).
It's so unfortunate many Nigerian Law graduates may not make it to the Nigerian Law school this year anymore due to the Nationwide ASUU strike, as the session will commence in few months to come.

Celebrities / Re: Special Spesh Calls Out Skiibii by ayomidegambari(m): 6:35pm On Nov 15, 2021
Kilo Shey? Shogba'yawo e ni

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Crime / Re: Breakdown Of FBI Investigation On Hushpuppi And Abba Kyari. by ayomidegambari(m): 7:17am On Jul 31, 2021
I wonder why this took long after hush arrest, nemesis however catches Abba, this is such a good time to learn that no matter how long, the evil doer would still get justice! Stay away from yahoo. It's never an option. Just like my mother often say...your palm can never deceive you.

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Religion / Re: Man Invites Reno Omokri To Join Islam. He Reacts by ayomidegambari(m): 1:57pm On May 20, 2021
saheedbadmus:
1 Reno, the quran never reffered to jesus as messiah..the quran 4:157 says

"And for their saying, "We have killed the Messiah, Jesus, the son of Mary, the Messenger of God." In fact, they did not kill him, nor did they crucify him, but it appeared to them as if they did. Indeed, those who differ about him are in doubt about it.

It quotes what you people say by calling him messiah...

So stop misleading people
may Allah bless you more than your expectations

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Celebrities / Re: Kizz Daniel Welcomes Twins, Jelani & Jalil, On His 27th Birthday (Photos) by ayomidegambari(m): 1:16pm On May 01, 2021
Pastorjohn2:
Child of satan

I pity his Children, Born of a sinful father that produces satanic music
I can already see how sorrowful those unfortunate children will be in future
you called new arrivals unfortunate?!!! So sad

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Politics / Re: Admissibility Of Confession As Evidence Under The Nigeria Legal System. by ayomidegambari(m): 10:20am On Feb 06, 2021
OP please push this to the front page for Nigerians to know their Rights.
Politics / Admissibility Of Confession As Evidence Under The Nigeria Legal System. by ayomidegambari(m): 10:16am On Feb 06, 2021
It is pertinent to examine the stance of the law concerning confession.
Many Nigerians has been sentenced without a proper investigation as regard any crime committed, however i took it as a burden upon my honorable self to explain in details what “confession” is all about.
Confession can be simply defined as a VOLUNTARY statement made out at any time by a person charged with the commission of a crime and communicated to another, stating or acknowledging that he committed the alleged crime as defined by the court in the case of Yakubu v. State.
Section 29(2)(a)-(b) of the Evidence Act 2011.
Please take note of the VOLUNTARINESS. which means, for a confession to be admissible before any judicial proceedings, it must first off conform to voluntariness.
Before a statement can have a valid key to be a confession, a crime first of all must have been committed, and not just crime, the person charges upon such crime must be the real committer of such crime, it is important that a crime had been committed first, and it is the same crime that the accused is charged with, or intended to be charged with.
Now, after giving out reasons before a statement can leads to confession.
Such statements being given must conform to certain guides, without these guides, any confessional statements made out of these guides, such statements cannot be admissible in the court of law.
And these are:
1. Such statements must be unequivocal
2. Must be Direct
3. Must be positive
4. Must be adverse to the interest of the maker.
Any of these four guides must not escape a confessional statement, that is to say, before a confessional statement can have it’s validity, none of these four should be missing.
And the last is so much important, a confessional statement must be opposite interest of the maker, that is, it must not be in favor of the maker.
A confessional statement could be made at any time in so far as it is voluntarily made; hence, voluntariness of the statement is a precondition for the validity and admissibility of a confession as seen in Section 29(2)(a)-(b) of the Evidence Act 2011.
It should be noted that, for a confessional statement to be relevant and admissible, whatever means or method it was obtained from the accused person(s) is immaterial so far it was voluntarily made by the accused person. Thus, the promise of secrecy in Section 31 of the Evidence Act 2011 does not affect the admissibility of a confession made by the accused to a prison cell, as reasoned in the case of Igbinovia v. State, where the appellant while in custody confessed to the murder of the taxi driver to a disguised police officer in the cell and was convicted on the confession. The Supreme Court in dismissing the appeal held that the confessional statement was admissible since it is relevant to the issue and was voluntarily made.
The police cannot force you to write down a confessional statement, whenever the act of force is included, then such statement cannot be admissible in the court of law.
By Gambari ayomide enitan.
Lagos State University.

Celebrities / Re: Abuja EndSARS Protesters Blast Davido, Say 'He Didn't Spend Up To 1 Hour' by ayomidegambari(m): 7:26pm On Oct 11, 2020
Na agba leave am

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Religion / Re: Ifayemi Elebuibon Hosts Witches And Wizards In Osun by ayomidegambari(m): 10:17pm On Aug 15, 2020
So all these women am seeing in the pictures are witches...yeh!
Romance / Re: by ayomidegambari(m): 7:50pm On Aug 06, 2020
Ok na

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Politics / Re: Senator Abiola Ajimobi Is Alive - Kemi Olunloyo by ayomidegambari(m): 9:48pm On Jun 18, 2020
I no trust aunty with genuine news anymore

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Politics / Re: Abiola Ajimobi Is Alive - Aide, Bolaji Tunji Says by ayomidegambari(m): 9:41pm On Jun 18, 2020
I don’t believe he’s dead
Politics / A Rejoinder On Whether Ex Convicts May Seek Public Office In Nigeria by ayomidegambari(m): 8:40pm On Jun 15, 2020
One learned writer submitted that an ex- convict may contest for any public office but subject to some exceptional circumstances under section 137, 67 82. The exception would be reproduced for clarity purpose and ease of reference.



(a) where convict is under a death sentence;

(b) where less than 10 years before the date of election, he has been convicted and sentenced for an offence involving “dishonesty”

(c) He is found guilty of contravening the Code of conduct for public officers

By implication, the submission of the writer is that apart from those exceptions under section 137, 182, 67 of 1999 constitution an ex convict can contest for public office. Undisputably, the above cited section under section 137 can bar an ex convicts from contesting or holding any public office in Nigeria and this was rightly submitted in the case of A.P.C. v. P.D.P. ( 2015) 15 NWLR (Pt. 1480).

Hence, the focus of this article is solely on whether Nollywood actor, Funke Akindele and her husband can hold or contest for any public office as far as their conviction is still subsist until set aside by the appellate Court.
The writer submitted that the dou MAY hold or contest for any public office by relying on section 137(B) of 1999 constitution. With due respect to the learned writer, I beg to differ on this.
The writer produced the said section to substantiate his position but failed to produce same in WHOLE.

The said produced section
(b) where less than 10 years before the date of election, he has been convicted and sentenced for an offence involving “dishonesty”

Mr Arome Abu, further submitted to justify his position that

There is no doubt that since the offence for which they were convicted is not laced with any element of dishonesty, the fact of their conviction cannot operate as a bar to inhibit them from holding pubLIC office if they wish to do so in the future

Does the submission of the writer represent the position of the law for not producing the full section?
I would vehemently respond to this in negative.

The writer probably did shopping on the said provision of the Constitution and select the one that would favour his position and abandon the other limb of the provision.

It’s been held in replete of cases that statutory provision should not be construed in isolation but in whole in order to achieve the intention of the law makers.
See INAKOJU V ADELEKE(2007) 4 NWLR, DAPIALONG v DARIYE(2007) LPELR SC 39/2007
ABARIBE v SPEAKER *HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY (2002) 4 NWLR
DANLADI v TARABA STATE HOUSE of ASSEMBLY(2005) 4 NWLR

The subsection 137 of the Constitution whom Arome Abu fails to produce shall be reproduced in full

(d) he is under a sentence of death imposed by any competent court of law or tribunal in Nigeria or a sentence of imprisonment or fine for any offence involving DISHONESTY or fraud (by whatever name called) or for any other offence, imposed on him by any court or tribunal or substituted by a competent authority for any other sentence imposed on him by such a court or tribunal

It’s very glaring beyond doubt from the above bold limb of this provision that the writer construed the above section and stopped under DISHONESTY which makes the writer to have misconceived the intendment of the law makers.

The Apex Court has poignantly addressed this issue in the case of DAPIALONG v DARIYE (Supra) that

the cardinal rule of construction is that the whole statute should be drawn upon as necessary, with its various parts being interpreted within their broader statutory context in a manner that furthers statutory purpose. I.e An holistic endeavor. we must not be guided by a single sentence or member of a sentence, but look to the provisions of the whole law, and to its object and policy.

However, since the writer intend to base his half- cited section on whether Funke Akindele and her Husband can hold or for any public office, it’s my humble submission that the dou CAN’T hold or contest for any public office in Nigeria as far their conviction is still subsist until same is set aside. It’s settled law that order, Judgement of the court is subsist no matter how wrongly delivered until same is set aside. See ELIAS V ECOBANK Nig PLC, CA/L873 2014

Though, there have been Legal debate whether Nollywood actor, Funke Akindele and her husband was legally convicted or otherwise. As it were, both CAN’T hold or contest for any public office provided their conviction is upturn on Appeal or being pardoned by State government. This shall be a subject of discourse in my next article.
Gambari S.A
A final year student at Lagos State University.
Romance / Re: Woman Allegedly Commits Suicide Because Of A Fall Out With Best Friend by ayomidegambari(m): 3:49pm On Jun 13, 2020
This your English sef
Romance / Re: How To Successfully Slide Into A Girl’s DM by ayomidegambari(m): 2:40pm On Jun 13, 2020
Mods, this might really be helpful, please move to the FP
Romance / How To Successfully Slide Into A Girl’s DM by ayomidegambari(m): 2:37pm On Jun 13, 2020
It has outrightly becomes a norm that most guys find it really hard to win a girl’s heart, not because they don’t have the courage and what it takes but due to lack of prefix from the start.
This thought engulfed my whole heart lately and couldn’t help but point out some mistakes most guys make and however give solutions to help my brothers in the ministry.
Take a cool ride with me while i take you from your present predicament to a beautiful destination.

(1) Stop sliding into a lady’s DM with some usual words like “hey babe” “sop dear” “evening pretty damsel” “morning angel”...
These words makes you less important at first meet, and it’s annoying. You can start with a simple “Good morning, how are you”
These are formal, not attractive but easier to respond to.
(2) Please stop DMing random ladies you haven’t had a simple connection with, either on Facebook or any other social media platforms.
Take your time and make sure she gets familiar with your handle in some typa way. You may second or buttress her in the comment section. The gist is for her to sense a form of familiarity. This help in getting a quicker response/reply in DM.
(3) Do not DM a lady when she uploads her picture, that is the worst time to do such.
This time there are over 100 of guys sliding in then, you’ll get lost in the rubble. Wait till the fame dies down.
(4) Be creative.
The general notion is that when a guy slides in a lady’s DM, he wants a relationship.
Make her feel curious at first meet, you can go with something like “there’s something particular about you that makes me pay attention to you in the comment section”. Something like this makes her curious and wants to know more. She gets many “HI”s how are you” everyday, but when you establish a simple form of curiosity makes her grin and wants to click on your message.
(5) Try to be funny.
I’m not saying, turning the whole scene to a basketmouth show. Just create a sense of humor, perhaps compliment her in a funny way. Like “make hay while the sunshine is not applicable to you, you shines bright like a bald man’s head”
Something like this cracks her up, trust me, doing that distinct you from other guys.
(6) Do not abbreviate.
This mostly is a turn off for some ladies, make her sense you are bright bro, write in full.
(7) Know how to carry a conversation.
Don’t go by calling her “baby” “my love” when you just started talking, it renders you unimportant except she comes up with the vibe herself, know how to read the other party.
(cool Don’t make the conversation long at first meet.
Be precise, make it short, don’t write epistles pouring out your mind, a small compliment then end the conversation till the next day.
(9) Don’t say “tell me about yourself”
Go with something more matured like “though I know little about you and it interests me to know more, but first off let me start by telling you little about myself if you won’t mind” from this, you’ve created an avenue for a longer conversation which she’ll want to trade with you.
(10) Do not ask for her contact at first meet, make her feel secured, with her response you’ll know if she’s interested or not, if she replies often, then start by letting her know you hardly spend time online as your work doesn’t permit you, this will pass a message to her that you’re requesting for her contact, which she might gives willingly and if she doesn’t, chill for days before asking her.
(11) Don’t text her at any random time, do not text in the afternoon except it shows she’s online, people have jobs, target evenings...those times are for relaxations.
(12) Have self respect as a man.
You are a man, once you text twice and you don’t get a reply over a span of 5 days, delete that shit and pretend it never happened. You win some and lose some. Don’t go writing Hello 77 times.

Twitter: eniturn01
Instagram: officialeniturner
Bless up!

Education / Re: Pirate Confraternity Welcomed Nnamdi Azikwe To University Of Lagos In 1972 by ayomidegambari(m): 10:15am On Jun 06, 2020
Azmanaty:
Wole Soyinka brought cultism into Nigeria. He should be executed for wasting thousands of our youths and leading more to early graves
guy...you dey there?? No be tell them tell you
Romance / Re: How To Successfully Slide Into A Girl’s DM (master Class 101) by ayomidegambari(m): 3:42pm On Apr 29, 2020
StandardJohn:
i just dey imagine how many years experience you get for women matter. Your lines sure sha
lmaoo thanks man
Romance / How To Successfully Slide Into A Girl’s DM (master Class 101) by ayomidegambari(m): 3:08pm On Apr 29, 2020
It has outrightly becomes a norm that most guys find it really hard to win a girl’s heart, not because they don’t have the courage and what it takes but due to lack of prefix from the start.
This thought engulfed my whole heart lately and couldn’t help but point out some mistakes most guys make and however give solutions to help my brothers in the ministry.
Take a cool ride with me while i take you from your present predicament to a beautiful destination.

(1) Stop sliding into a lady’s DM with some usual words like “hey babe” “sop dear” “evening pretty damsel” “morning angel”...
These words makes you less important at first meet, and it’s annoying. You can start with a simple “Good morning, how are you”
These are formal, not attractive but easier to respond to.
(2) Please stop DMing random ladies you haven’t had a simple connection with, either on Facebook or any other social media platforms.
Take your time and make sure she gets familiar with your handle in some typa way. You may second or buttress her in the comment section. The gist is for her to sense a form of familiarity. This help in getting a quicker response/reply in DM.
(3) Do not DM a lady when she uploads her picture, that is the worst time to do such.
This time there are over 100 of guys sliding in then, you’ll get lost in the rubble. Wait till the fame dies down.
(4) Be creative.
The general notion is that when a guy slides in a lady’s DM, he wants a relationship.
Make her feel curious at first meet, you can go with something like “there’s something particular about you that makes me pay attention to you in the comment section”. Something like this makes her curious and wants to know more. She gets many “HI”s how are you” everyday, but when you establish a simple form of curiosity makes her grin and wants to click on your message.
(5) Try to be funny.
I’m not saying, turning the whole scene to a basketmouth show. Just create a sense of humor, perhaps compliment her in a funny way. Like “make hay while the sunshine is not applicable to you, you shines bright like a bald man’s head”
Something like this cracks her up, trust me, doing that distinct you from other guys.
(6) Do not abbreviate.
This mostly is a turn off for some ladies, make her sense you are bright bro, write in full.
(7) Know how to carry a conversation.
Don’t go by calling her “baby” “my love” when you just started talking, it renders you unimportant except she comes up with the vibe herself, know how to read the other party.
(cool Don’t make the conversation long at first meet.
Be precise, make it short, don’t write epistles pouring out your mind, a small compliment then end the conversation till the next day.
(9) Don’t say “tell me about yourself”
Go with something more matured like “though I know little about you and it interests me to know more, but first off let me start by telling you little about myself if you won’t mind” from this, you’ve created an avenue for a longer conversation which she’ll want to trade with you.
(10) Do not ask for her contact at first meet, make her feel secured, with her response you’ll know if she’s interested or not, if she replies often, then start by letting her know you hardly spend time online as your work doesn’t permit you, this will pass a message to her that you’re requesting for her contact, which she might gives willingly and if she doesn’t, chill for days before asking her.
(11) Don’t text her at any random time, do not text in the afternoon except it shows she’s online, people have jobs, target evenings...those times are for relaxations.
(12) Have self respect as a man.
You are a man, once you text twice and you don’t get a reply over a span of 5 days, delete that shit and pretend it never happened. You win some and lose some. Don’t go writing Hello 77 times.


For more online lectures:
WhatsApp: 08176916199
Twitter: eniturn01
Instagram: officialeniturner
Bless up!

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Foreign Affairs / Re: Kim Jong-un Reportedly Dead After Botched Heart Surgery - TMZ by ayomidegambari(m): 8:06pm On Apr 25, 2020
Adonbilivit!!!
Family / Re: What's The Most Painful Thing Your Mother Ever Said To You? by ayomidegambari(m): 10:44pm On Apr 19, 2020
That i am not trustworthy! I felt cold
Politics / Re: Kwara State Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq 100 Days In Office. by ayomidegambari(m): 7:29pm On Sep 06, 2019
And

Politics / Re: Kwara State Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq 100 Days In Office. by ayomidegambari(m): 7:28pm On Sep 06, 2019
Morrrre

Politics / Re: Kwara State Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq 100 Days In Office. by ayomidegambari(m): 7:24pm On Sep 06, 2019
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Politics / Kwara State Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq 100 Days In Office. by ayomidegambari(m): 7:23pm On Sep 06, 2019
100 days in office of governor abdulrahman abdulrazaq.

Politics / Re: Kwara Assembly Urges Abdulrazaq To Revoke Saraki’s Property by ayomidegambari(m): 7:16pm On Sep 03, 2019
Property acquired through state's income

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Education / Re: Covenant University Ranked 36th Fastest Growing Young University In The World by ayomidegambari(m): 9:43pm On Jul 02, 2019
CotenantNIG:
Nigerians really need to visit CU and see how to attain greatness

CU made me believe i can have a world class company in Nigeria

cost of rent around Lagos
university an average young Nigerian can't afford, because you're privileged isn't a criterion
Crime / Re: 17-Year-Old Virgin Girl Raped 4-Year-Old Boy In Zambia 'Lacked Man To Sleep With by ayomidegambari(m): 8:06pm On Mar 22, 2019
Only female is capable of being raped...a male can only be sexually assaulted

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Travel / Re: Meet Captain Yared Getachew, The Crashed Ethiopian Aeroplane Pilot by ayomidegambari(m): 1:28pm On Mar 12, 2019
beamtopola:
Waiting muslim sabi than bombing
subhannallah!!!
Politics / Re: Sani Shinkafi Ejects IDPs Living In His House For Voting Buhari by ayomidegambari(m): 7:49pm On Feb 28, 2019
bishopkay:


Baba shut up your dirty mouth there. If you no get sense to type, save your borrowed data! Humanity my foot does the fool who is impostor president elect have humanity in him?

This man did very well. Since they love to suffer by voting a man who signifies backwardness and incompetence, let them go back to the streets!

If e too pain you, take a trailer and go and pack them from the streets and house them! After all its next level tinz abi? Sai baibai
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