ISBN 9789785325096
Pages 474
Dimensions 234 x 156 mm
Published 2017
Publisher Malthouse Press, Nigeria
Format Paperback

Modern Nigerian Constitutional Law

Practices, Principles and Precedents

by Ovo M. Efemini

Modern Nigerian Constitutional Law: Practices, Principles and Precedents has fifteen chapters covers not only the traditional core topics in constitutional law, but also the generally neglected ones. In chapter one, the author examines some basic issues in Nigerian constitutional law, and in chapter two the supremacy of the Constitution is examined. Also examined in this book are federalism, local government, fundamental rights, the fundamental rights enforcement procedure, the legislature, the executive, the judiciary, elections, INEC, and political parties. Although primarily intended as a textbook for students, the practitioner and the judge will find it refreshingly rewarding.

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About the Author

Ovo M. Efemini

Ovo M. Efemini, educated at the Faculty of Law, University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria where he took a degree in Law, is an active researcher and legal practitioner.