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Police received a call at 11:30 a. no legacy admissions preferences, you can imagine how the country will look.In her letter, "We were talking up until I got on the plane. which in turn impale the society and truncate development. In his recent review, Headmistress, “On behalf of the Government and Good People of Kaduna State, Mo.

Oluwarotimi Akeredolu has reportedly walked out of a meeting with the organised labour in the state.” the party chief, ” It would be recalled that Buhari during a visit to Benue on Monday said he was unaware the IGP failed to heed his order. D.C. as well as other "base advocacy" activitiesThere have been some pretty impressive heists completed in Britain but James Stunts could top the list Petra Ecclestones former husband claims robbers have nicked a casual £90 million ($127m) worth of cash and valuables which if true would certainly be the UKs biggest burglary The billionaire says thieves got into his home in Belgravia central London less than two weeks before Christmas But how the hell do you get into a property that is on one of the ritziest streets in LondonCredit: SWNS According to the Sun James kept the key to his safe in one of his two Lamborghinis with a source close to the businessman telling the newspaper: "It seems barmy But James was always worried a team of robbers might break into the house and take everything by force So there was a kind of logic to it" Theres no indication as to how the thief managed to get the key from the pricey vehicle and police are still on the hunt for the assailant/s A Met Police spokesperson said: "Police were called at approximately 0745hrs on Thursday 14 December 2017 by a man reporting the burglary of jewelleryJames Stunt with Petra Ecclestone in 2012 Credit: PA "Officers from Westminster attended the scene The police investigation is being led by officers from the Flying Squad "A man aged in his 20s was arrested in December 2017 in connection with the investigation He has been released under investigation Enquiries continue" Along with cash and jewellery the burglar/s also pocketed rare luxury watches according to the Daily MailCheck out this brazen robbery in London: That would make the incident the UKs biggest burglary knocking the 2006 Kent Securitas depot robbery off the top spot Men who posed as police officers kidnapped the manager of the Securitas depot in Tonbridge before a second gang grabbed his wife and young son In less than 24 hours they tied up more than a dozen staff at the depot and took off with £52m ($73m) in cash Thats a fair bit more than the now-third-biggest heist in Britain where two blokes armed with handguns grabbed jewels from Graffs New Bond Street store in 2009 worth £40m ($56m) That store was also targeted in 2003 when a Serbian gang took nearly 50 pieces of jewellery including a £500000 ($707837) blue diamond ring totalling a whopping £23m ($32m) The Sun claims James Stunt isnt insured meaning that vast fortune of cash watches and jewellery could be gone if police are unable to track down the culprit/s Sources: Guardian Daily Mail Sun Featured Image Credit: PA Topics: Uk news LondonA former Appeal Court President Justice Isa Ayo Salami has stated that some holders of elective offices do not enjoy the mandate of the electorate He spoke yesterday in Ilorin the Kwara State capital at the yearly Mohammed Mustapha Akanbi Lecture organised by the University of Ilorin (UNILORIN) Law Faculty According to him corruption disregard for due process insensitivity and impunity on the part of government officials have weakened the country’s electoral processes “In a word their so-called electoral mandate lacks legitimacy On their part public officials have scant regard for the common good All these have far-reaching implications for good governance accountability and sustainable development he said “In this context the popular expectation is that the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) should brace up for the challenges the conduct of the 2015 elections will throw up The inevitable question would be whether or not the Judiciary has any role to play in this regard” The retired judge noted that a vibrant and dynamic system of law cannot make any meaningful impact with a docile or timid Judiciary “The Judiciary must re-invent itself to give more bite to the raw content of our laws In this regard we advocate a judicial interpretation of electoral laws in such a way that in the end justice would be served “One may continue to wonder about the reasons for my insistence on a pro-active Judiciary as a panacea for the rot in our electoral system in particular and the society as a whole The reason simply is that the political parties under our kind of political arrangement are too powerful to be left unattended to “A situation where the political parties are allowed to dictate to the exclusion of other bodies how issues of national importance are carried out is too dangerous for the well-being of the polity” He observed that the Electoral Act “has tragically failed to prevent the use of public funds by incumbents to finance campaigns and re-elections It is indeed remarkable for its failure to check the abuse of the role of thuggery and money in politics” Justice Salami said the provisions of Section 185 (6) and (7) of the 1999 Constitution (as amended) which stipulate 180 days for election tribunal are rigid and immutable He said: “In the circumstance Section 285 (6) and (7) recently introduced into the Constitution fixing time within which to dispose of election matters by tribunals and courts does not evince fair hearing It violates petitioners’ and appellants’ rights to fair hearing There is an aphorism that ‘justice delayed is justice denied’ I make bold to say that justice hurried in an election matter is equally tantamount to justice denied “With respect we take the view that the 180 and 60 days’ stipulations in the Constitution are inadequate I submit that a period between two and three months must first be given to the parties to sort out preliminary matters of documents inspections and interlocutory applications “I need to add that these two and three months will not form part of the 180 and 60 days Experience has shown that in most tribunals the first three months are usually devoted to these preliminary matters” the retired jurist said Mumbai: After days of vitriolic exchanges with the estranged ally BJP, Thackeray parried a query on whether the BJP-led state government was still on a "notice period". 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