The Fundamental Objectives and Directive Principle of State Policy; A Wake-Up Call for Pro-Democracy And Human Rights Activist

This article will emphasize the reasons why socio-economic rights, which are enshrined in chapter two of the Constitution of Nigeria 1999, should be moved to chapter four, for the benefit of justiciability of the rights in any court of competent jurisdiction and the human well-being in Nigeria, as a way to tackle national insecurity and the agitation for division in Nigerian.

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