Nigerian Electoral Laws


The book equally seeks to enlighten practitioners and litigants on salient factors to consider in any electoral litigation. The book further explores the many novel introductions to both the Electoral Acts 2010 (as amended) and the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (as amended) and highlights many of the slippery provisions that call vigilance and circumspection by legal practitioners, litigants and major stake holders of the justice delivery system. The book is written in 5 parts with 13 chapters. The language is simplified in view of the targeted readers.

The Book Nigeria’s Electoral Law: Issues and Matters Arising is an in-depth analysis of major election analysis of major election Petition cases and other Electoral Matters with the view of instigating a better understanding by politicians, journalists and the interested public of how decisions of Election Tribunals and Law courts are arrived at. The objectives are to minimize bad castigation of judicial officers involved in Electoral Matters which usually brings the administration of justice in the country to disrepute.


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