Black Couple Murdered By Racist in Louisville KY

People of color have to be careful and alert these days in the United States of America and not take anything for granted during these interesting times no matter how safe you think your neighborhood is. JEFFERSONTOWN, Ky. A white man with a history of violence fatally shot two African-American customers at a Kroger grocery

80 per cent Nigerians must know their rights by December – NHRC

The National Human Rights Commission says it will ensure that 80 per cent of Nigerians are aware of their fundamental human rights by the end of December, 2015. Its Executive Secretary, Bem Angwe, made the declaration on Monday in Abuja when he received Mike Omeri, the Director-General, National Orientation Agency, at the commission’s headquarters. “By


For six years, the Hague Institute for the Internationalisation of Law (HiiL) has presented the Innovating Justice Challenge, an initiative which aims to “release entrepreneurial energy into developing innovations in the justice sector.” Every year, the most promising innovations receive an Innovating Justice Award and professional support to accelerate their impact. The challenge, which is open

A Good Chunk Of GOP Field Wants To Repeal The 14th Amendment

WASHINGTON — In the fall of 2010, Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa), one of the most hawkish anti-immigrant voices in Congress, launched a legislative campaign to end the scourge of “anchor babies,” as he called them. The target was the 14th Amendment, which grants everyone born in the United States of America the right of citizenship.

Nelson Mandela’s grandson appears in court charged with raping 15-year-old girl

A grandson of Nelson Mandela has appeared in court in Johannesburg charged with the rape and attempted rape of a 15-year-old girl. The man, who cannot be named, appeared briefly at Johannesburg Magistrate’s Court on Monday where he was remanded in custody at Johannesburg prison. The defence has requested that the man, believed to be

School’s refusal to let boy wear cornrow braids is ruled racial discrimination

Boy’s family wins case in high court against school in Harrow  that bans ‘gang-related’ hairstyles. A school’s anti-gang ban on unconventional hairstyles has resulted in “unlawful, indirect racial discrimination which is not justified”, the high court has ruled. The test case decision is a victory for the family of African-Caribbean teenager “G”, who wears his

Canadian Lawyers Entice Nigerian Millionaires With Foreign Citizenship

JTH Lawyers, a specialised immigration services firm, has offered to assist Nigerians willing to acquire foreign citizenship through an array of immigration programmes within its expertise. Three of such programmes, tailored for high net worth individuals  (HNWI) are Quebec Immigrant Investor Programme (Canada Permanent Residency), US EB5 (US Employment-based  Programme)and Antigua & Barbuda Citizenship are 


Here are some tips to guide us in our SECURITY CONSCIOUSNESS. This is the time we live in; we must learn to deal with it by God’s Grace. 1. Number tag of a real policeman must be six digits, less than six, is fake. 2. Only female police officers have their numbers begin with “0”,

Growing Chorus To Boycott South African Products, Services

April 25, 2015 There’s a growing chorus of calls to boycott South African products and services, and some groups around Africa are seeking something more — eye-for-an-eye retaliation. Others are being slower to judge. Consumer activists asked Malawians to wear black and boycott South African products and services today in solidarity with those affected by xenophobic attacks which claimed seven