Read This Short Article On : "Are There Laws In Nigeria?"

Do we have laws in Nigeria? Some would find this question amusing while others will find it confusing? But this is a question we should really ask ourselves.

Since the inception of the present administration more than three years ago, we have been treated to a show of flagrant disregard for court orders.

From The case of Dasuki to that of ElZakzaky, this government has thrown court orders into the trash, showing blatant disregard for the judiciary.

 I wonder if there is really separation of powers as enshrined in the constitution.

The latest dragging of court judgments through the mud occurred on June 26, 2018.

On March 2, 2018, an Abuja Federal High Court outlawed the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, ruling that there were no extant laws authorising the exercise.

Further on this topic is the case of the present minister of finance in the person of Kemi Adeosun. Her case has been in the limelight for quite a while now. The issue of NYSC certificate forgery is one the federal government of Nigeria has treated with total laxity.

Following the above grounds what probable solution is visible to having effective and efficient laws in Nigeria.

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