The Military and Constitutional Making in Nigeria, Law Making by the Military, The Judiciary under the Military, the Executive under the Military, The Military and the search for Constitutional and Political Order, The Study of the Current Constitution, Supremacy of the Constitution, Citizenship, Fundamental Rights, Fundamental Objective and Directive Principles of State Policy, Creation of States and Constitutional Amendments, Legislative Powers, its meaning, Scope and Relationship with the Executive and Judicial Powers, Delegation of Legislative entries/the Doctrines of Pith and substance, Implied Powers, Repugnancy, Doctrine of Covering the Field, Impeachment Power, Judicial Power: its meaning and Scope Judicial Review of Legislation Independence of the Judiciary, Judicial Jurisdiction and Powers of the Supreme Court, Constitutional Court, Court of Appeal, Judicial Jurisdiction and Powers of the Supreme Court, Constitutional Court, Court of Appeal, Federal and State High Courts and Sharia and Customary Courts of Appeal, Judicial Control of Administration, Nature, Scope of Writs and Orders, Habeas Corpus, Mandamus, Certiorari, Prohibition, Quo Warranto, Declaration and Injunction.

Executive Power: Its meaning Scope, Powers and Factions of the President and Governors; Appointment, Legislative, Police, Public Order, Defence – Emergency, Prerogative of Mercy, Foreign Affairs – Federal and State Executive Bodies – Attorney General’s Powers.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 


Level of Study: 200 Level