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The book would be very useful to all the practicing Lawyers, law teachers, law students and above all, it would be good if all human rights activists read the book as it contains the past and contemporary cases on the rights of the litigants to be heard in the court of law.
The provisions of law is that every citizen has a right to seek redress where his right has been infringed upon by anybody.Section 17(1) of the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria states that the state social order is founded on ideals of Freedom, Equality and Justice.
Section 17 (2)(e) states that the independence, impartiality and integrity of courts of law, and easy accessibility thereto shall be secured and maintained.
In Nigeria, so many human rights cases have been struck out for lack of locus standi, among which is the case of Senator Abraham Adesanya v.
The President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, which was the locus classicus of locus standi.
Human Rights Lawyers have filed so many lawsuits turned down.
The book consists of latest cases of locus standi in Nigeria, for instance, Metuh case, Bukola Saraki case, Faleke and so on.
The book also points to the issue of immunity clause
Akogun Oluwatayo is a native of Ado Ekiti,in Ekiti State, Nigeria.
He graduated from the Faculty of Law, Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti in year 2013.
In year 2014 he went to the Nigerian Law School, kano, where he became the Vice President of the SRC.
He was called to Nigerian Bar in 2014 in Abuja.
He is now LLM student of University of Ibadan
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