This article seeks to review the herdsmen’s nefarious activities in the Niger Delta and suggests unbias and unprejudiced Legal Prisms as Palliatives in proffering solutions to the menace of the herdsmen. This article argues that the Anti Grazing Law passed by Fayosi of Ekiti States, barring by some communities kingpins of the Herdsmen is an aberration of the African Charter on Human and Peoples Rights, Chapter IV of the Nigerian Constitution and other international Bills of Rights and Instruments Nigeria acceded to. This work suggests that the Federal Government should come up with a legal frame work for the building of Ranches and Grazing reserves, proper nomadic education and Nomadic Fulani Education on the purport of the Land Use Act. It is further argued that ranches should be established by States and not the Federal Government since the extant land use law gives ownerships of state lands to the people of the states to be in the custody of their governors. It is finally argued that herdsmen are not terrorist but any one found with Arms and ammunition should be prosecuted.
Sheakwon Vaughn uses several online sources to break down what stop and frisk really is. We will discuss the rate among African Americans and how this law is a free ticket for excessive policing and discrimination.
This tells the salacious story of Mary Queen Of Scots 24th year, as applied to the brand new 'Life Cycles' theory. Uses leading-edge medical examination of a 400 year old murder mystery, to get to the truth.
This is an article about British Detectives, their creation and enduring popularity as they go from a figure in the novel reading public's imagination to being characterised on television.
The article also includes the writers A-Z of favourite British Detectives.
Domestic violence is a global issue reaching across national boundaries as well as socio-economic, cultural, racial and class distinctions. This problem is not only widely dispersed geographically, but its incidence is also extensive, making it a typical and accepted behavior.