Op-ed: Executive Order 10 is permissible under Nigerian constitution
Abuja, Nigeria (photo credit: Jeff Attaway/flickr)
I am not a fan of executive orders. Many a time, they brazenly make incursions into sacred precincts of the Constitution, attempting to modify, abridge or even outrightly annul its sacrosanct provisions. [ . . . ] However, when an executive order merely reaffirms the provisions of the Constitution, which have been continuously breached by its operators who swore to defend them, I subscribe to such an order.
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