Section 46 of the Nigerian Constitution

Constitution of Nigeria 1999

Section 46 of the Nigerian Constitution Section 46 of the constitution of Nigeria is about Special jurisdiction of High Court and Legal aid. It is under Chapter IV (Fundamental Rights) of the constitution. Section 46 has three subsections. (1) Any person who alleges that any of the provisions of this Chapter has been, is being or … Read more Section 46 of the Nigerian Constitution

Section 45 of the Nigerian Constitution

Constitution of Nigeria 1999

Section 45 of the Nigerian Constitution Section 45 of the constitution of Nigeria is about Restriction on and derogation from fundamental human rights. It is under Chapter IV (Fundamental Rights) of the constitution. Section 45 has three subsections. (1) Nothing in sections 37, 38, 39, 40 and 41 of this Constitution shall invalidate any law that … Read more Section 45 of the Nigerian Constitution

Section 44 of the Nigerian Constitution

Constitution of Nigeria 1999

Section 44 of the Nigerian Constitution Section 44 of the constitution of Nigeria is about Compulsory acquisition of property. It is under Chapter IV (Fundamental Rights) of the constitution. Section 44 has three subsections. (1) No moveable property or any interest in an immovable property shall be taken possession ofcompulsorily and no right over or interest … Read more Section 44 of the Nigerian Constitution

Section 43 of the Nigerian constitution

Constitution of Nigeria 1999

Section 43 of the Nigerian constitution Section 43 of the constitution of Nigeria is about Right to acquire and own immovable property. It is under Chapter IV (Fundamental Rights) of the constitution. Section 43 has three subsections. Subject to the provisions of this Constitution, every citizen of Nigeria shall have the right to acquireand own … Read more Section 43 of the Nigerian constitution

Section 42 of the Nigerian Constitution

Constitution of Nigeria 1999

Section 42 of the Nigerian Constitution Section 42 of the constitution of Nigeria is about Right to freedom from discrimination. It is under Chapter IV (Fundamental Rights) of the constitution. Section 42 has three subsections. (1) A citizen of Nigeria of a particular community, ethnic group, place of origin, sex, religion orpolitical opinion shall not, by … Read more Section 42 of the Nigerian Constitution

Section 41 of the Nigerian Constitution

Constitution of Nigeria 1999

Section 41 of the Nigerian Constitution Section 41 of the constitution of Nigeria is about Right to freedom of movement. It is under Chapter IV (Fundamental Rights) of the constitution. Section 41 has two subsections. (1) Every citizen of Nigeria is entitled to move freely throughout Nigeria and to reside in any partthereof, and no citizen … Read more Section 41 of the Nigerian Constitution

Section 40 of the Nigerian Constitution

Constitution of Nigeria 1999

Section 40 of the Nigerian Constitution Section 40 of the constitution of Nigeria is about Right to peaceful assembly and association. It is under Chapter IV (Fundamental Rights) of the constitution. Every person shall be entitled to assemble freely and associate with other persons, and in particular hemay form or belong to any political party, … Read more Section 40 of the Nigerian Constitution

Section 39 of the Nigerian Constitution

Constitution of Nigeria 1999

Section 39 of the Nigerian Constitution Section 39 of the constitution of Nigeria is about Right to freedom of expression and the press. It is under Chapter IV (Fundamental Rights) of the constitution. Section 39 has three subsections. (1) Every person shall be entitled to freedom of expression, including freedom to hold opinions and toreceive … Read more Section 39 of the Nigerian Constitution

Section 38 of the Nigerian Constitution

Constitution of Nigeria 1999

Section 38 of the Nigerian Constitution Section 38 of the constitution of Nigeria is about Right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion of the people of the country. It is under Chapter IV (Fundamental Rights) of the constitution. Section 38 has four subsections. (1) Every person shall be entitled to freedom of thought, conscience … Read more Section 38 of the Nigerian Constitution

Section 37 of the Nigerian Constitution

Constitution of Nigeria 1999

Section 37 of the Nigerian Constitution Section 37 of the constitution of Nigeria is about Right to private and family life of the people of the country. It is under Chapter IV (Fundamental Rights) of the constitution. Section 37 has no subsection. The privacy of citizens, their homes, correspondence, telephone conversations and telegraphic communications is hereby … Read more Section 37 of the Nigerian Constitution