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Essays on Nigeria's Administrative Law is a very important insights into the understanding of the dynamics of the general rules, principles and ethics of administration.
Its overwhelming imperatives have been underscored in the light of how governmental powers operate in Third World countries including Nigeria.
Little wonder, then that most scholars have unarguably re-echoed its overarching depth of intellectual values in the following cliche: Administrative law as a concept...'Is regarded as the area of governmental powers, which originate in primary legislation or in the prerogative.
It embodies general principles which can be applied to the exercise of the powers and duties of authorities in order to ensure that the myriad of rules and discretionary powers available to the executive conform to basic standards of legality and, fairness...'(Leyland & Anthony, 2005)
is Senior Lecturer and Head, Department of Political Science, Nasarawa State University, Keffi.
He currently runs his Ph.D at Unijos.
Usman Abu Tom is a Senior Lecturer in the Department.
He holds a Ph.D in Political Economy.
Erunke Canice Esidene is a Lecturer II in the Department.
He is also a Ph.D student of the Benue State University, Makurdi.
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