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2019 POLLS RE-SCHEDULING: BREACH OR BALANCE OF THE LAW? (2) By Elizabeth Chinenyenwa Nwarueze

2019 POLLS RE-SCHEDULING: BREACH OR BALANCE OF THE LAW? (2) By Elizabeth Chinenyenwa Nwarueze

Cited in the case of Chief Anike Nwoga v National Assembly & 3 Ors. SUIT NO. FHC/EN/CS/28/2018 ABSTRACT: It is the law, that every democratic nation is marked by constant and periodical change of government. Within the exercise of this very important feature of a democracy, a number of constitutional issues may come up for analysis. Elizabeth Chinenyenwa Nwarueze In a bid to keep the democratic institution in its true sense, the nation must be circumspect not to sacrifice the…

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2019 POLLS RE-SCHEDULING: BREACH OR BALANCE OF THE LAW? By Elizabeth Chinenyenwa Nwarueze

2019 POLLS RE-SCHEDULING: BREACH OR BALANCE OF THE LAW? By Elizabeth Chinenyenwa Nwarueze

Cited in the case of Chief Anike Nwoga v National Assembly & 3 Ors. SUIT NO. FHC/EN/CS/28/2018 ABSTRACT: It is the law, that every democratic nation is marked by constant and periodical change of government. Within the exercise of this very important feature of a democracy, a number of constitutional issues may come up for analysis. In a bid to keep the democratic institution in its true sense, the nation must be circumspect not to sacrifice the extant laws on…

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THE NIGERIAN COURT MARTIAL AND ITS PROCEDURES

THE NIGERIAN COURT MARTIAL AND ITS PROCEDURES

THE NIGERIAN COURT MARTIAL AND ITS PROCEDURES BY AKEJU OLUSEGUN. The Nigerian Armed Forces like any other organizations and governmental institutions was established by statutes which are the 1999 Constitution and The Armed Forces Act. Their administration is also provided for by these statutes and some others such as Section 1 of the Armed Forces Act, Armed Forces (Disciplinary Proceedings) (Special Provisions) Act, Armed Forces Pensions Act, Army Colour (Prohibition of Use) Act, various Statutes of General Application and other…

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BAIL IS FREE!

BAIL IS FREE!

the officer In charge of a police station shall release the suspect on bail on his entering into a recognizance with or without sureties for a reasonable amount of money to appear before the court or at the police station at the time and place named in the recognizance.

Not Too Young To Run By Charly Boy – Sahara Reporters

Not Too Young To Run By Charly Boy – Sahara Reporters

The big question, however, is – are the present crop of Nigerian youths qualified for leadership? To that, I say a big YES. When we talk about our youths, all focus must not be on the youths residing in Nigeria alone. Globally, many young Nigerians are doing the country proud and excelling in their different fields of endeavour.