The Department of State Services has reiterated its commitment to support democratic institutions, respect rule of law and protect citizens of Nigeria.
Rule of Law
This was part of the communique issued at the end of the annual conference of the association in Abuja on Friday
President Muhammadu Buhari says his administration will always uphold the sanctity of the rule of law in governing the country, while assuring German Chancellor Angel Merkel that all agreements will be fully respected.
Soyinka said this in reaction to the position of President Buhari that the Rule of Law must be subject to the nation’s security and national interest.
Falana said this in a paper he presented on Wednesday at the 2018 Annual Conference of the Nigerian Bar Association in Abuja.
The Abundant Nigeria Renewal Party says national security and national interest must always be part of rule of law for Nigeria’s democracy to be meaningful.
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Frontline Peoples Democratic Party presidential aspirant, Kabiru Tanimu Turaki (SAN), and the Chairman of the Edo State chapter of the party, Chief Dan Orbih, have faulted the statement credited to President Muhammadu Buhari that his All…
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The President of the Senate, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, on Saturday said he is not losing sleep over threat to impeach him.
Banire, in a statement he personally signed on Monday, also encouraged the party to pursue the path of the Rule of Law.
President of the Senate, Dr Bukola Saraki, read the resolution from the session, which lasted over three hours, and declared that the lawmakers would not hesitate to move against the president if he failed to comply.
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, noted this in a statement issued on Thursday in Abuja, to mark the 2018 World Press Freedom Day with the theme; “Keeping Power In Check: Media, Justice and the Rule of Law”.
He stated that a situation where people frown at the actions of the legislature taken in the course of carrying out its constitutional duties negates the Principle of Separation of Powers and the Rule of Law.