Learned appellants counsel argued that the appellant was never dishonest in his dealings with the complainants of the lower Court. I shall however indulge the appellant with an explanation of dishonesty which in simple and ordinary parlance connotes a lack of honesty. It is defined in MARIAM WEBSTER DICTIONARY as the quality of being fair and truthful. It also refers to a fact of moral character which connotes positive and virtuous attributes such as integrity, truthfulness, straight forwardness of conduct along with the absence of lying, cheating and theft.
— P.M. Ekpe JCA. Abrefera V. FRN (CA/B/114C/2015, 9 MAR 2018)