Court judgment

On whether judgment of a court of competent jurisdiction can be reviewed by another authority

Ogunleye v. Aina [2011] 3 NWLR (Pt. 1235) 479 at 580, para E, per Agube, JCA:

“…under normal circumstances by virtue of sections 6 and 287 of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999, no authority, be it executive or legislative can review the judgment of a court of competent jurisdiction”.

Blogger’s Note:

The adjudicatory powers of the courts are constitutionally preserved.
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