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Supreme Court Put An End to Right to Abortion

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The Supreme Court of the United State, has ended the right to abortion in a seismic ruling that shreds half a century of constitutional protections on one of the most divisive and bitterly fought issues in American political life.

The conservative-dominated court overturned the landmark 1973 “Roe v Wade” decision that enshrined a woman’s right to an abortion, saying that individual states can now permit or restrict the procedure themselves.

“The Constitution does not confer a right to abortion; Roe and Casey are overruled; and the authority to regulate abortion is returned to the people and their elected representatives,” the court said.

In the majority opinion, Justice Samuel Alito said “abortion presents a profound moral issue on which Americans hold sharply conflicting views.

“The Constitution does not prohibit the citizens of each State from regulating or prohibiting abortion,” he said.

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Dissenting were the three liberals on the court.

The ruling will likely set into motion a cavalcade of new laws in roughly half of the 50 US states that will severely restrict or outright ban and criminalize abortions, forcing women to travel long distances to states that still permit the procedure.

The opinion shredded the 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling by the nation’s highest court that said women had the right to abortion based on the constitutional right to privacy over their own bodies.

Alito’s opinion largely mirrors his draft opinion that was the subject of an extraordinary leak in early May, sparking demonstrations around the country and tightened security at the court in downtown Washington.

Barricades have been erected around the court to keep back the protesters gathered outside — after an armed man was arrested on June 8 near the home of conservative justice Brett Kavanaugh.

The court’s ruling goes against an international trend of easing abortion laws, including in such countries as Ireland, Argentina, Mexico and Colombia where the Catholic Church continues to wield considerable influence.

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Lagos AG Counters Allegations of Initiating Trial on Forged Document

Lagos Attorney General Refute Allegations of Relying on Forged Document To Initiate Trial Against Lai Omotola.

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Lagos State Ministry of Justice has described allegations against the Attorney General & Commissioner for Justice, Lagos State, Moyosore Onigbanjo by one, Lai Omotola, as unfounded, false and a calculated attempt to manipulate and evade prosecution.

Mr. Omotola had on Monday June 13 2022, at a press conference accused the Attorney General & Commissioner for Justice of collaborating with the Police to forge and relied on forged documents to initiate criminal proceedings against him at the High Court of Lagos State.

Reacting to several online publications on the matter, in a statement signed by the Director Public Affairs, Ministry of Justice, Lagos State, Mrs. Grace Alo, denied all the allegations by Mr. Lai Omotola, saying its unfounded, false and a calculated attempt to manipulate and evade prosecution.

According to the statement, the Task Force on Land Grabbers received a petition dated 25/06/19 initially accusing one Mr. Fatai Okesiji of land grabbing, illegal encroachment of a land situate at No 63 Iju Road, Agege. By subsequent petition on the same land dated 28/9/19, the petitioners alleged that Mr. Lai Omotola of Master Reality International Concepts Ltd and Mr. Fatai Okesiji were the ones who illegally grabbed their land.

“Upon conclusion of investigations based on the petition and cross-petition received by Zone 2 Police Command, from Lai Omotola and Estate of Moshood Aremu Olatokunbo, the case file was forwarded to the Directorate of Public Prosecutions (DPP) for issuance of Legal Advice.

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“DPP findings revealed that a prima facie case had been established, the DPP subsequently issued Legal Advice dated 27/10/20, which indicated that a prima facie case of Conspiracy and Willful Damage to Property and Securing Entry to Property by Violence was disclosed against Mr. Lai Omotola.

“Based on the foregoing the DPP’s office filed a four count charge against Mr. Lai Omotola before the State High Court and a letter dated 8/07/21 from the law firm of Lukman Iman & Co (solicitors to Mr. Lai Omotola) acknowledged that the charge sheet was served on Mr. Omotola contrary to the allegations of non-service of the charge sheet on him during his press conference.

“The matter came up at the High Court of Lagos State for the first time on 22/3/21, but Mr. Omotola was absent.

“Owing to his absence in Court on that day, the Court issued a bench warrant for his arrest.

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“However, the bench warrant was revoked on the 25/10/21 when Mr. Omotola appeared in court accompanied by his lawyer.

“On subsequent adjourned dates, Mr. Omotola failed to appear before the Court and was absent on 9 occasions before the Court issued another bench warrant on 8/06/22, directing the police to arrest him and produce him before the court to answer the charges against him. On all these occasions, Mr. Omotola’s lawyers were in Court.

“Rather than present himself before the Court to answer to the charges levelled against him, Mr. Omotola deployed all manner of antics to delay and frustrate the trial of this matter. The latest of which is his press conference.

“The allegations by Mr. Lai Omotola are therefore refuted and unfounded. Furthermore, by his actions, Mr. Lai Omotola is now a fugitive and anyone who has information about his whereabouts should inform the nearest Police station so that he can be arrested and brought before the court” MoJ narrated

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Court Orders Accelerated Hearing of Osinachi’s Homicide Trial

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A Federal Capital Territory, FCT, High Court sitting in Wuse, has fixed sixteenth of this month for the commencement of trial of Peter Nwachukwu, husband of the late gospel singer, Osinachi.

Justice Njideka Nwosu-Iheme who gave the date, also said that the matter would be given an accelerated hearing.

Osinachi, who was popularly known for her song “Ekwueme” alleged died on April 8, as a result of battered by her husband, Nwachukwu.

Nwachukwu was arrested by the Nigeria Police following widespread allegations by their children, family and colleagues that he subjected her to domestic violence.

The office of the Attorney General of the Federation arraigned the husband today on 23- count charge bordering on domestic violence and culpable homicide.

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According to the charge, the crime he allegedly committed contravenes Sections 104 and 379 of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act, (ACJA) 2015, Section 221 of the Penal Code and the Violence Against Person’s Prohibition Act (VAPP) 2015.

He however pleaded not guilty to all the count charge.

Subsequently, the judge ordered that he should be remanded in the Kuje Correctional Facility pending the hearing and determination of the homicide suit.

The charge read in part: “That you Peter Nwachukwu, 56, male, on the April 8 at Aco Estate, opposite Police Station, Lugbe, Abuja, FCT, within the jurisdiction of this court, did commit an offence to with: culpable homicide punishable with death in that you caused the death of Osinachi N.

 

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