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A SAVIOR WORTH HAVING

Thank you for the price you paid for my salvation.  I was going straight to hell but you saved me from the fire of hell and gave me a ticket to heaven. I thank you the Lamb of God who took away my sins and other people who have accepted your gift of salvation.

 

Over 2000 years ago, you were crucified on a cross in a place called Golgotha outside ancient Jerusalem. Crucifixion by the cross was designed by the Jews and approved by the Romans for executing the worst criminals.  …

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Added by David A. Akintimoye on April 7, 2012 at 7:12pm — No Comments

Should plea bargaining be abolished or encouraged in Nigeria?

By David A. Akintimoye

      The incumbent Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Justice Dahiru Musdapher, was reported to have criticized the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, for smuggling the plea bargain concept into the Nigerian criminal jurisprudence and also said that the concept had “dubious” origin. The learned CJN explained what he meant by his statement that the concept had a dubious origin in Nigeria: “when I described the concept as of ‘dubious origin’, I…

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Added by David A. Akintimoye on March 7, 2012 at 11:45pm — No Comments

President Goodluck Jonathan may be sacked by Nigerians before his tenure ends

PRESIDENT JONATHAN GOODLUCK MAY BE SACKED BEFORE HE COMPLETES HIS TENURE IN 2015

By David A. Akintimoye

 

The handwriting is on the wall. President Goodluck Jonathan may be sacked before he completes his tenure as the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. He became the Acting President of Nigeria in February 2010. He became a substantive President in May 2010 after the death of President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua. He was elected as the President of…

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Added by David A. Akintimoye on February 28, 2012 at 6:50pm — 1 Comment

The AGF must enter a Nolle Prosequi in Emeka Ugwuonye's trial

AGF MUST DROP ALL PENDING CRIMINAL CHARGES AGAINST EMEKA UGWUONYE NOW

I respectfully call on the incumbent Attorney General of the Federation of Nigeria (AGF) to drop all charges against Emeka Ugwuonye; a Nigerian and an American lawyer currently languishing in a Nigerian jail during his prosecution for embezzlement-related crimes because the alleged crimes were not committed in Nigeria and because, in reality, he was being punished primarily for stepping on the toes of some…

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Added by David A. Akintimoye on January 25, 2012 at 2:58am — No Comments

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