The deportation of Igbos from Lagos state
I don't think that no Nigerian politicians should open their mouth to mention Constitutions to any citizen of that Nation, our president and the chief justice of the federation are sitting in their offices and witnessing how Lagos state governor is working against the constitution of the federal republic of Nigeria.
(Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 Chapter IV Fundamental Rights 35 Right to personal liberty.
Chapter I General Provisions Part I .
(1) This Constitution is supreme and its provisions shall have binding force on the authorities and persons throughout the Federal Republic of Nigeria. .
(1) Nigeria is one indivisible and indissoluble sovereign state to be known by the name of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
(2) Nigeria shall be a Federation consisting of States and a Federal Capital Territory.
(2) Accordingly, national integration shall be actively encouraged, whilst discrimination on the grounds of place of origin, sex, religion, status, ethnic or linguistic association or ties shall be prohibited,
(b) secure full residence rights for every citizen in all parts of the Federation.
(5) The State shall abolish all corrupt practices and abuse of power.
(1) The State shall, within the context of the ideals and objectives for which provisions are made in this Constitution.
(a) harness the resources of the nation and promote national prosperity and an efficient, a dynamic and self-reliant economy;
(b) control the national economy in such manner as to secure the maximum welfare, freedom and happiness of every citizen on the basis of social justice and equality of status and opportunity;
(c) without prejudice to its right to operate or participate in areas of the economy, other than the major sectors of the economy, manage and operate the major sectors of the economy;
(d) without prejudice to the right of any person to participate in areas of the economy within the major sector of the economy, protect the right of every citizen to engage in any economic activities outside the major sectors of the economy.