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altPRESIDENT EXPRESSES CONCERN AT IMPUNITY AGAINST JOURNALISTS


The President of the ECOWAS Court of Justice, Honorable Justice Edward Asante has expressed ‘grave concern at the grim statistics of unwarranted attacks against journalists for simply performing their professional duty.

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altECOWAS COURT FIXES 22 N0VEMBER FOR HEARING ON HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATION CASE FILED BY FORMER NIGERIAN MILITARY OFFICER 


A panel of three judges of the ECOWAS Court, led by Honorable Justice Gberi-Be Ouattara has fixed 22nd November 2018 for the resumed hearing of a suit filed by a retired Nigerian military officer against the Federal Republic of Nigeria alleging the violation of his human rights over his premature retirement for undertaking an ‘illegal and unapproved’ university course.

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altGOVERNEMENT OF GUINEA URGED TO FILE DEFENCE IN POLITICAL REGISTRATION CASE

The ECOWAS Court of Justice on Tuesday, 30th October 2018 directed the Republic of Guinea to ‘urgently’ file its defence in five (5) cases brought by four Guineans and an Association, who claimed they were being frustrated in their attempt to register a political party in compliance with a national law that requires government authorization prior to registration.

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altECOWAS COURT FIXES 30TH OCTOBER TO HEAR HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATION CASE FIELD BY FORMER NIGERIAN MILITARY OFFICER


Hearing will begin on Tuesday, 30th October 2018 in a case brought by a retired military officer alleging the violation of his fundamental rights by the Nigerian Army following his premature retirement twelve years ago for allegedly undertaking an unauthorized University course despite securing the authorization of the Chief of Amy Staff.

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