‘Hate-filled’ law school commencement speech shows America getting to ‘dangerous place,’ Army veteran warns

A recent graduate from The City University of New York has sparked fierce outrage over her commencement speech. “Outnumbered” panelists sounded off on the liberal speaker who claimed law in America is the “manifestation of White supremacy.”  Law school graduate Fatima Mousa Mohammed said during her May 12 speech that the law continues to oppress … Read more

”Hate on Igbos”: You had better start investing time educating people rather than pandering to the mob who are still babies in Nigeria politics – Seyi Law replies Pere

Comedian Seyi Law has replied Big Brother Naija star, Pere who countered him on claim of Igbos propagating hate and not having respect for hierarchy or authority.    Pere who had earlier spoken up against the ‘’hate Igbos are subjected to in Nigeria,” pointed out that his initial tweet iis easily understandable. He also asked … Read more

Uganda anti-LGBTQ law ‘devastating’ – UN rights chief

The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights said on Tuesday (May 30) that Uganda’s anti-LGBTQ bill violates the constitution and urged the country’s judiciary to review it. Rachel Faber produced this report. Follow Us on Google News

‘Horrifying’ CUNY Law commencement speech ‘blatant call for insurrection,’ university professor says

A City University of New York (CUNY) professor criticized a graduating law student’s “horrifying” commencement speech that called for the dismantling of capitalism and Zionism, and called laws “White supremacy.” “I have to say, it was the most disturbing commencement speech I’ve ever heard in my entire life, and I’ve been doing this a long … Read more

Some Igbos also propagate hate and don?t have respect for hierarchy or authority – Seyi Law reacts to Pere Egbi?s tweet on ‘hate against Igbos’

Comedian Seyi Law has reacted to Big Brother Naija star, Pere Egbi’s tweet on the alleged hatred shown towards against Igbo people in Nigeria.    Pere had stated that the ‘hate against Igbos’ is real and he has heard someone in politics say that “an Igbo person can never rule Nigeria”.   Reacting to Pere’s … Read more

Resolve political disputes in line with ‘Constitution and rule of law’: IMF tells Pakistan

In an unusual move, the IMF on Tuesday urged Pakistan to resolve its political disputes in line with the “Constitution and rule of law.” The remarks by IMF Mission Chief to Pakistan Nathan Porter came after Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif contacted the chief of the Washington-based lender to revive the much-awaited USD 6.5 billion bailout … Read more

SSP Fazilka tweets in favour of wrestlers, ADGP Law and Order reminds of duty

Fazilka SSP (Senior Superintendent of Police) Avneet Kaur Sidhu’s tweet expressing anguish at the forcible removal of the wrestlers sitting on protest in New Delhi has evoked a response from ADGP Law and Order Gurinder Singh Dhillon who cited the call of duty while dealing with such issues. The SSP responded back saying the images … Read more

Uganda’s anti-gay law sparks global outrage: cultural values vs. HIV concerns

Uganda’s president has signed into law anti-gay legislation prescribes the death penalty and imprisonment for up to 14 year for “aggravated homosexuality” sparking widespread criticism. A gay Ugandan couple cover themselves with a pride flag as they pose for a photograph in Uganda on March 25, 2023. (AP Photo, File) What does the new Ugandan … Read more

Central African Republic passes law to implement use of digital currency

The Central African Republic (CAR) has passed a law that allows foreign investment in cryptocurrencies, after last year adopting Bitcoin and its own digital currency, the Sango as legal tender. A bill was passed by acclamation, National Assembly president Simplice Mathieu Sarandji announced late Monday. The law comes after the CAR — one of the … Read more