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Ignorance of Law, Not An Excuse

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Would You Support A State Police For Nigeria?

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For me, Nigeria is not ripe to have a state police because of the likely dangers it will pose to our fragile federation in the hands of politicians or what do you think?Continue

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Asekuntile Ayomide Jibril replied to Kehinde Adegbite's discussion Ignorance of Law, Not An Excuse
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ABC Of Recalling A Law-Maker In Nigeria

It appears Nigeria is the world’s seat of corruption, especially official corruption. The executive is corrupt and so also is the legislature. In fact, the judiciary is not spared of this national malaise. Officials of each arm of government collect so much either as salaries or allowances and ordinary people are impoverished. Nevertheless, the jumbo pay has not been able to eradicate other illegitimate means by which they make more money. Nothing appears to be working in order to lessen the…See More
Jun 22
Kehinde Adegbite posted a discussion

Ignorance of Law, Not An Excuse

Nigeria is one country that nobody can afford to be ignorant of basic legal principles that affect his life on a daily basis. Apart from law enforcement agents, ordinary people are prone to take undue advantage of their fellow human beings, unless you know your rights or you have an idea of what the law says on a particular…See More
May 13
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Learning The Law In Nigeria

BOOK TITLE:  LEARNING THE LAW IN NIGERIAPUBLISHERS: PRINCETON & ASSOCIATES PUBLISHING CO., LTD.DATE OF PUBLICATION: 2015NUMBER OF PAGES: 427AUTHOR: KEHINDE ADEGBITE BOOK REVIEWER: OLUSEUN ABIMBOLA ESQ* INTRODUCTIONAbout 35 years ago, perhaps in a moment of intuitive childlike ‘spark’, I conceived the idea that I would like…See More
May 13
Kehinde Adegbite and Moses Abia are now friends
May 13
Noble Princewill commented on Kehinde Adegbite's blog post Where Lies Nigeria’s Opportunity for Growth and Development: Civilian or Military Government?
"Military rule is far more better than a bloody civilian rule. Its force that can move us forward."
Nov 20, 2012
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Sama Honey For Sickle Cell Patients

I came across Sama Honey through a magazine called African Sickle Cell News & World Report:http//www.scdjournal.com of the July-September 2012 Edition. The edition carried the story of Dr. Femi Adedoye, the medical director of the Liberty Health Services Ltd., Suleja, Niger State who himself is a sickler and has been using the honey for some years now.Hear the doctor, ''I have been a General Medical Practitioner for 25 years. I am 56 years old. I live with sickle cell. When I first came in…See More
Nov 10, 2012
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HOPE FOR THOSE LIVING WITH SICKLE CELL DISEASE

This is an efficacious medication for better treatment of people living with Sickle Cell Anaemia. The medication eradicates all the signs of sickle cell ailment and helps those affected with medical condition to live well, with stable health and long life. However, it does not promise to change genotype or eradicate crisis for…See More
Nov 5, 2012
Kehinde Adegbite posted a discussion

Would You Support A State Police For Nigeria?

For me, Nigeria is not ripe to have a state police because of the likely dangers it will pose to our fragile federation in the hands of politicians or what do you think?See More
Jun 23, 2012
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When You Need Your Lawyer Most

Someone once said there are 5 persons everybody needs in his life. These 5 persons are a lawyer, a doctor, a pastor or an imam, a financial adviser and a mentor.Whether you agree that you need these people or not, I’m sure you must consult a lawyer under the following circ***tances, unless you’re ready to take a deadly risk.1.    When you’re arrested by the law enforcement agencies and you’re asked to make a statement, you need your lawyer. You’re likely to implicate yourself unnecessarily when…See More
May 23, 2012
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May 2, 2012
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6 Things That Every Nigerian Must Know About The Nigerian Law, Part 2

Before you proceed to read this post I advise you first read the Part 1 of this title, 6 Things That Every Nigerian Must Know About The Nigerian Law. This is the concluding part of the earlier one.4. Court System: in Nigeria, there is a well-established hierarchy of courts. There are 2 categories of court: i, Superior Courts and ii, Inferior Courts.i. Superior Courts: courts in this category are the Supreme Court, Court of Appeal, State High Court, Federal High Court, Sharia Court of Appeal,…See More
Apr 29, 2012
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Apr 21, 2012
Kehinde Adegbite commented on Kehinde Adegbite's blog post 6 Things That Every Nigerian Must Know About The Nigerian Law
"Mr Okiche, thanks for your comment. As for your question,the answer is Yes. In Nigeria,where a person is found guilty of a capital offence the punishment is death by handing. Firing squad was introduced by the military. But you know that executing…"
Apr 19, 2012
Philip Okiche commented on Kehinde Adegbite's blog post 6 Things That Every Nigerian Must Know About The Nigerian Law
"Thank you for this indebth information on the position of the law on criminal and civil law. It is common knowledge that any person who commits the offence of murder shall in pursuance to sec 319(1) of the criminal code be sentenced to death. Then…"
Apr 19, 2012

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ABC Of Recalling A Law-Maker In Nigeria

Posted on June 22, 2015 at 6:37am 0 Comments

It appears Nigeria is the world’s seat of corruption, especially official corruption. The executive is corrupt and so also is the legislature. In fact, the judiciary is not spared of this national malaise. Officials of each arm of government collect so much either as salaries or allowances and ordinary people are impoverished. Nevertheless, the jumbo pay has not been able to eradicate other illegitimate means by which they make more money. Nothing appears to be working…

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Learning The Law In Nigeria

Posted on May 13, 2015 at 3:26am 0 Comments

BOOK TITLE:  LEARNING THE LAW IN NIGERIA

PUBLISHERS: PRINCETON & ASSOCIATES PUBLISHING CO., LTD.

DATE OF PUBLICATION: 2015

NUMBER OF PAGES: 427

AUTHOR: KEHINDE ADEGBITE

 

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Readers Comments on HOW TO WRITE YOUR WILL WITH EASE

Posted on April 4, 2014 at 9:58pm 0 Comments

‘The main purpose of this book is to make it easy for a non-lawyer to write his own will. This is a laudable purpose. This is a unique book written in a painstaking manner. The style is hard to beat. It is easy to read. It is a must for all libraries. Please go ahead and get your own copy.’…

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WHY I WROTE THE BOOK TITLED ``HOW TO WRITE YOUR WILL WITH EASE: Answers to 146 Frequently and Infrequently Asked Questions About A Will``

Posted on February 20, 2013 at 5:59am 2 Comments

I decided to write the above mentioned book for the following 2 reasons:

  1.  I observed that a vast majority of Nigerians don’t write wills. This is due to many reasons but in my view, one major reason is that there is a general lack of information about wills in this country. How will people write their wills when they lack certain information about what it takes to write a will?…

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