What Must Happen For Nigeria To Move Forward – Obasanjo Reveals

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Former President, Olusegun Obasanjo, has said that for Nigerian to move forward, the Judiciary must clear the political and economic mess ravaging the country.

Obasanjo stated this in Abuja on Tuesday, July 12, at the official presentation and unveiling of a book entitled, “S.T. Hon’s Constitutional and Migration Law in Nigeria.”#

The book written by Mr. Sebastine Tar Hon (SAN), an eminent legal luminary addresses serious constitutional and legal issues of contemporary times.

He said, “With all the criticisms that have been said about the practitioners, I concur with the book reviewer that if our country must make progress, the judiciary and the law profession must have a lot to do.”

The book which consists of nine chapters and 1,229 pages excluding the preliminary pages according to the book reviewer, Professor Dakas Dakas (SAN) and Dean of Faculty of Law, University of Jos, is relevant in throwing light on controversial issues of present times particularly the crisis associated with migration in the country

“We live at a time when we grapple with conflicting judgment of courts.

“Courts of co-ordinate jurisdiction acting as lord over others, high level of impunity and high cost of governance,” Dakas said.

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