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Judiciary News
Justice Mojisola Dada of an Ikeja Special Offences Court on Friday sentenced an Italian woman,  Floriana De-Stefani to three years imprisonment for using false documents and counterfeit seals to  acquire property belonging to Waterside Properties Ltd, The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) charged De-Stefani with six counts bordering on theft, forgery, use of Continue Reading
Crime News
An Ex- policeman, Ariwayo Oloyede Destiny, a.k.a Oyinbo, has been convicted for trafficking in person by a Federal High Court, Lagos.  The former policeman was convicted alongside a Burkina-faso based Nigerian, Christian Segun Owanebi, by the court presided over by Justice Abimbola Awogboro, who pronounced them guilty of three counts charge of conspiracy and human […]Continue Reading
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Evidence-Informed Policy-Making (EIP) or Evidence-based practice has been defined as the systematic ways to ensure that research evidence becomes incorporated into policy-making. One of its core features is the systematic and transparent access to, and appraisal of evidence as an input into policy-making. In other words, science advice is playing an increasing role in the Continue Reading