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Osinbajo lauded for classifying hate speech as terrorism

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“Absolutely correct” in his position on the issue of hate speech –Chief S.T. Hon, SAN. The Nation Newspaper – By Eric Ikhilae The Acting President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo has been hailed for his classification of hate speech as act of terrorism. A Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), Sebastine Hon said Osinbajo was “absolutely correct” in […]

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Constitutional and Migration Law in Nigeria

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Book Review TITLE:                                   S.T. HON’S CONSTITUTIONAL AND MIGRATION LAW IN NIGERIA AUTHOR:                             SEBASTINE TAR HON. (SAN) PAGES:                                  1229 PUBLISHER:                       PEARL DIGITAL PRESS, PORT HARCOURT REVIEWERS:                       DELE ADESINA, SAN; GARBA PWUL, SAN; DAVID O. EZAGA, SAN. YEAR OF PUBLICATION: 2016 THISDAY NEWS PAPER  Published in the year 2016, the book […]

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‘Amend constitution to place LGs under National Assembly

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Recently, many prominent Nigerians have joined the call for the restructuring of the country. In this interview with JOSEPH ONYEKWERE, a constitutional lawyer and author, Chief Sebastine Hon (SAN), examines what restructuring will entail. By Joseph Onyekwere   – TheGuardian Newspaper Starting with what would be restructured, when the process starts, he said: “I must […]

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Imperatives for Lasting Constitutional Restructuring of Nigeria – Chief S.T. Hon, FCIArb.

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Thisday newspaper The quest for the restructuring of the faltering Nigerian Federation, keeps resonating and rearing its head at any given opportunity. For the first time, however, voices which were hitherto opposed to, or which naturally oppose, such agitations, have oozed out of their closets in support of the latest clamour for restructuring, signposting hope […]

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SAN: implement confab reports

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John Austin Unachukwu- The Nation Newspaper A SENIOR Advocate of Ni­geria (SAN) and renowed author Sebastine Hon has urged the Federal Government to implement the various reports pro­duced at National Conferences. He said most of the problems fac­ing the country would be solved if the reports of confabs organisd since independence are dusted-up and implemented. […]

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NANS HONOURS HON, SAN

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Sebastian Hon, SAN (2nd  left) receiving the award from representatives of National Association of Nigerian Students, NANS) in Abuja, last Friday – (Jude Igbanoi – Thisday Newspaper) Constitutional lawyer Mr. Sebastian Hon, SAN, has asked the Federal Government to as a matter of urgency dust-up reports of various National Conferences that have been organised in […]

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Quit notice: Why FG should revisit past Confab reports —SAN

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Vanguard Newspaper – Ikechukwu Nnochiri, Ugochukwu Alaribe &Chinonso Alozie ABUJA — Constitutional lawyer and Senior Advocate of Nigeria, SAN, Mr. Sebastian Hon, has asked the Federal Government to, as a matter of urgency, dust up reports of various national conferences that have been organised in the country since independence. According to Hon, solution to most of the economic and structural […]

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Nigerian Warship Heads to The Gambia

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Legal Basis for Military Intervention – S.T. HON, SAN, FCIArb. THISDAY- Iyobosa Uwugiaren and Tobi Soniyi in Abuja with agency report A Nigerian warship has been deployed in The Gambia, more as a show of force rather than preparation for an attack, the BBC reported Tuesday. The deployment is obviously part of the strategy of ECOWAS to force out […]

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Legal, fiscal pathways to recession exit -Sebastine Hon (SAN) FCIArb.

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Renowned author and erudite scholar Sebastine Hon (SAN)  suggests ways out of recession through law. fter many months of dangerously playing the ostrich, the Federal Government, just last July, admitted that Nigeria was in an economic recession. That our economy was already in recession two years ago was crystal clear, even to the toddlers; but […]

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PAINFUL EXIT – OUR HUMBLE SECRETARY

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