2 edition of Constitutional vibrations in Nigeria found in the catalog.
Constitutional vibrations in Nigeria
Abel A. Emiko
Includes bibliographical references (p. 198-201) and index.
|Other titles||Constitutional vibrations :|
|Statement||by Abel A. Emiko.|
|LC Classifications||KTA1750 .E495 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxv, 212 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||212|
|ISBN 10||9782892182, 9782892181|
Nwabueze, Federalism in Nigeria under the Presidential Constitution, Spectrum Books, 2nd Edition. This is much evident from the provision of Section 2(2) of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, (as amended) which provides that: “Nigeria shall be a Federation consisting of States and a Federal Capital Territory.”. A Nigerian renown constitutional lawyer Professor Nwabueze while emphasising the importance of the principle of separation of powers says: “Concentration of governmental powers in the hands of one individual is the very definition of dictatorship end absolute power is by its very nature arbitrary, capricious andFile Size: KB. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences ISSN (Paper) ISSN (Online) (Online) Vol.4, No, Constitutionalism, Democracy and National Development in Nigeria. The Process for Amending the Constitution in Nigeria Section 9(2) of the Constitution deals with the process by which any amendment of the Constitution can be carried. The Section provides that there are separate requirements that must be met to alter the constitution, depending on the part of the Constitution that is to be altered.
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Read the full-text online edition of Constitutional Developments in Nigeria: An Analytical Study of Nigeria's Constitution-Making Developments and the Historical and Political Factors That Affected Constitutional Change (). A constitutional history of Nigeria. Benjamin Obi Nwabueze.
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Constitutional Law in Nigeria Vol. 1 by Kehinde Mowoe. This study provides history and analysis of constitution making in Nigeria. It demonstrates that the history can be divided into periods of non-participation, and then gradual participation of Nigerians in the making of their constitution.
The study discusses the development of. This book is a completely revised merger of both volumes 1 and 2 of the previous published Constitutional Law in Nigeria. It deals with the various principles of constitutional law and fundamental human rights as contained in the constitution, though frequent references are made to previous Nigerian constitutions so as to highlight the.
Constitutional Development In Nigeria From Till Date. Nigeria is unarguably one of the most influential countries in Africa. To better understand its broad constitutional development, one has to first review the concept of Constitutional vibrations in Nigeria book Nigeria’’ dating as far back as when Lord Frederick Lugard succeeded in amalgamating the Northern and Southern.
The Nigerian Supreme Court is the highest court in the country. Its jurisdiction includes hearing appeals from decisions of the Court of Appeal, the second highest court, regarding “any civil or criminal proceedings on questions as to the interpretation or an application of. The constitutional power of review of the Supreme Court of Ghana: Lesson for Nigeria 41 | P a g e for doing so, without any inhibition from the doctrine of stare decisis, it is pertinent to consider with caseFile Size: KB.
Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. We the people of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Having firmly and solemnly resolve, to live in unity and harmony as one indivisible and indissoluble sovereign nation under God, dedicated to the promotion of inter-African solidarity, world peace, international co-operation and.
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The Nigerian Constitution is the supreme law of the land of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Senators approved constitutional amendment to give a slot to the Federal Capital Territory in the Federal Executive Council. Currently, only the 36 states of the federation are given at least one.
Organizing Youth for Constitution Review in Nigeria. One of the most successful constitution amendment campaigns currently ongoing in Nigeria is the #NotTooYoungToRun campaign – a local campaign that aims to increase the number of young people running for office by lowering constitutional age limits for contesting elections.
60/91 Constitutional Rights Project vs. Nigeria (in respect of Wahab Akamu, G. Adega and others). The Facts. Communication 60/91 was brought by the Constitutional Rights Project, a Nigerian NGO, on behalf of Wahab Akamu, Gbolahan Adeaga and others sentenced to death under the Robbery and Firearms (Special provision) Decree No.
5 of A Constitutional History of Nigeria by B.O. Nwabueze,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Nigeria has had a series of constitutions.
The current constitution was enacted on 29 Mayinaugurating the Nigerian Fourth Republic. 1 Past constitutions. Colonial era (–) Constitutional independence () constitution (First Republic) constitution (Second Republic) constitution (Third Republic).
HISTORY OF NIGERIAN CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT INTRODUCTION: The importance of a constitution in any given society cannot be overemphasized. The constitution, in Nigeria’s situation, is the supreme law of the land which all acts of individuals and of parliament must not contravene.
It is the fundamental and organic law of a nation or state that establishes. From the foregoing, it can be seen that constitutional supremacy is the position of the constitution having the superior or greatest power or authority. Due to the fact that pursuant to S.2 of the Nigerian Constitution (as amended), Nigeria is a federal republic, it therefore has a written constitution.
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the department of justice & constitutional development. This section contains free e-books and guides on Law Books, some of the resources in this section can be viewed online and some of them can be downloaded. Administrative Law. Constitutional Law.
Equity & Trusts Law. International Law. Labour & Employment Law. Recently Added Books. Administrative Appeals Tribunal Act Australia. A close examination of the litany of constitutions in Nigeria should assist us to drive home the point.
Constitutional development in Nigeria: A synopsis: It is on record that until now, eight constitutions have been operated in Nigeria. It began with the sir Frederick Lugard’s Amalgamation Report of the Constitutionalism and the National Question in Nigeria Nigeria, the political elite can no longer be trusted to do the right thing.
To safeguard even its own narrow interests, the power elite must concede to an open and popular constitutional reforms or for the rewriting of national constitutions have emerged. This Size: KB. From Nigeria came Constitutional and Public Law experts, Jadesola Akande and Itse Sagay as well as scholars of federalism Peter Ekeh, Attahiru Jega and Adele Jinadu.
Democracy activists Ogaga Ifowodo of Civil Liberties Organisation and Usman Bugaje of the Network for Justice joined the participants. CONSTITUTION AMENDMENT IN NIGERIA: CONCEPTS AND MISCONCEPTIONS BY Sen. (Prof.) Oserheimen A. Osunbor, KSC. A Presentation to Students of the Faculty of Law, Ajayi Crowther University, Oyo, 31 January INTRODUCTION My association with Ajayi Crowther University dates back to when I was.
Constitutional development in Nigeria There are divergent views on the number of constitutions Nigeria which have existed in Nigeria. This is because Nigeria has had a plethora of constitutions, some adopted or enacted while some ended at the draft stage spanning pre-independent to present day Size: KB.
The Federal Republic of Nigeria is an African country known for its history and culture, natural landmarks and wildlife reserves. It is a country with a current population of about million people, and with different laws policies and constitutions to ensure that order is maintained.
Start studying Nigeria Practice Multiple Choice. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Constitutional Conference charts the future of Nigeria by Lawrence Freeman and Uwe Friesecke All one reads or hears in the western media about Nigeria, is that it is a nation led by an oppressive military junta and that it is constantly accused of human rights violations.
When we went to Nigeria in October, we found a totally different picFile Size: KB. Constitutional Development Posted by on 10/12/ PM Post Comment Constitutional Development Nigeria.
Related Items. As early aswhen Lagos Colony was separated from the Gold Coast, an Executive Council for the Lagos Colony was established.
But Frederick Lugard had reduced the powers of this Executive Council to the status of a. The inscription République du Niger [Republic of Niger] is placed below. Article 2 The attributes of the Republic, such as defined in the first Article, are reserved for the use of the public powers.
All illegal use and all profanation of these attributes are punished by the law. Article 3 The Republic of Niger is a unitary State. Rule of Law and Constitutionalism in Nigeria.
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According to section 35 (8) of the Constitution of Nigeria as amended, No person shall be held to be guilty of a criminal offence on account. Notes on Nigerian constitutional law.
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3 Preamble. 4 We the people of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. 5 Having firmly and solemnly resolved, to live in unity and harmony as one indivisible and indissoluble sovereign nation under God, dedicated to the promotion of inter-African solidarity, world peace, international co- operation and understanding.
6 And to provide for a Constitution for the purpose of promoting the good. Constitutional Amendment Bill in a report to the Plenary.
If it is adopted, the Bill progresses to Third Reading. Before the Bill progresses to Third Reading, every member of the legislature votes either in support or against each specific item in the Bill. Here, the proposals to the Constitution are often presented in the form of a clause.
RIGHT TO FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION The right to freedom of expression is guaranteed and protected in Section 39 of the Constitution of Nigeria in the following terms: 1. Every person shall be entitled to freedom of expression, including freedom to hold opinions and to receive and impart ideas and information without interference.
Size: 36KB. I.A. Ayua “Nigerian Constitutional Scheme on the Sharing of Revenue Resources and its Implementation: An Assessment”. In Nigeria: Issues in the Constitution, supra at OTHERS. Newswatch Magazine, September2, Cover Story, pp.
12 – DYNAMICS OF CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA, Abstract: This article examines the intractable problem of constitutional engineering in Nigeria. It is asserted that the drafting of constitutions is a recurring decimal in Nigeria’s chequered political history.
Right from the colonial. Nigerian journalists on May 3, joined their counterparts worldwide to celebrate the World Press Freedom Day, a date set aside by the United Nations General Assembly into apart from inform the general public on events and issues that affect them but to also let the people know that the media is a significant force in modern-day culture and.
IKPEZE: Constitutionalism and Development in Nigeria: The Constitution and Role of Lawyers Commission. There was progress which was reported in the Lancaster Constitutional Conference prior to Nigeria’s independence.
Constitutional Conference The Landmark of this conference is the agreement to entrench the Fundamental Human RightsCited by: 1. Nigeria’s Constitutional Development ( – ) Nigeria has a rich history of Constitutions. From – (both years inclusive) Nigeria had a total of nine Constitutions.
These included the Clifford Constitution (), which introduced elective representation into legislative processes in File Size: 3MB.Lamenting the danger poor funding of education has posed to Nigeria, which he said has led to poor human resources, Oseghale noted that one of.
The issue of constitutional amendment in Nigeria has become highly sensitive and politicised. Indeed, it is taking sectional and sectarian character. While some groups and interests are .