Immunity for Past Governors In Nigeria. Daily Law Tips (Tip 741) by Onyekachi Umah, Esq., LL.M, ACIArb(UK) Introduction: For every action there is a reaction, but not when one is a Governor, Deputy Governor, President or Vice President of Nigeria. Yes, holder of the above-mentioned elective offices enjoy immunity from prosecution in any civil or […]
4th Edition of the Sabi Law Video Challenge The 4th Edition of the Sabi Law Video Challenge (#SabiLawVideoChallenge) starts on 20 February 2021 and will end on 25 February 2021. A WINNER to be announced on 26 February 2021. Sabi Law Video Challenge promotes legal awareness on rights and laws in Nigeria, through short videos. […]
20 Tips for Mentors and Mentees is part of a presentation delivered by Onyekachi Umah at the “ASK Mentorship Hangout” and “the 29 Sabi Law Lecture Series” on 11 JULY 2020 (6:00 PM) 20 Tips for Mentors and Mentees MENTORSHIP is the transfer of wealth (experience, skill, knowledge and time) from a more experienced and willing person to a willing […]
The Central Bank of Nigeria Notices on Cryptocurrencies; a Ban or a Banger? Daily Law Tips (Tip 732) by Onyekachi Umah, Esq., LL.M, ACIArb(UK) Introduction: No doubt, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) is the bankers bank in Nigeria and more importantly, the regulator of banking sector and federal treasury. With the recent prohibition of […]
Punishments For Landlords and Tenants In Nigeria. Daily Law Tips (Tip 726) by Onyekachi Umah, Esq., LL.M, ACIArb(UK) Introduction: Several times landlords ask for the punishments for tenants. Landlords inquire about fines and imprisonment terms for tenants that breach tenancy agreements. Also, tenants wonder about the punishment for landlords in their tenancy relationship. Tenants want […]
Persons Exempted from National Identification Number (NIN). Daily Law Tips (Tip 720) by Onyekachi Umah, Esq., LL.M, ACIArb(UK) Introduction: Following the recent federal government directive to cut-off mobile phone numbers that are without National Identification Numbers, the National Identity Management Commission [NIMC] has come to limelight. National Identity Management Commission [NIMC] is the federal government […]
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“A Lawyer’s Bank Account is Exempted from EFCC, SCUML, NFIU and Police Registration/Clearance.” DAILY LAW TIPS by Onyekachi Umah,Esq. (Tip 123) Most ignorant banks will request that a lawyer obtains a proof of registration with Special Control Unit Against Money Laundering (SCUML) before a law firm’s bank account can be created; this is to enable […]
An illiterate is a person who cannot read, write or understand a particular document. God forbids that a man knows all things; nevertheless may he know where to find them all. Life is unequal and offers unequal opportunity, wisdom, grace, career, knowledge, vision, height, sight, brains and might. Not all human beings are literate, educated, tutored, schooledand learned but all must relate with one another; at work, church, market, contracts, transactions, deals, agreements and fellowship.
No matter how bad a law is, until it is changed by theNational Assembly of Nigeria it remains a binding and valid law. Cars, vehicles, trucks and tricycle etc are helpful tools and in some cases marks of affluence in the society. Cars are made for good of man but just the way hunting-guns can hunt man so can cars be used to perpetrate evil. When at a glance the occupants of a vehicle cannot be seen, then such a car can be used to convey unauthorised persons and goods.