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This project report centres on Appraisal of impeachment process under the 1999
Constitution of Nigeria. It x-rays basically the Legislatures excessive and negative
use of impeachment process provided in the 1999 Constitution against the
Executive arm of government, particularly, State Governors and their Deputies.
This anomaly forms the foundation upon which the statement of the research
problem of this work is anchored.
This research highlights in details the procedure for impeachment, the historical
development of impeachment, the meaning of gross misconduct which is the main
ground for carrying out impeachment proceedings. The roles of courts and other
institutions are also discussed.
The research reveals through case laws how our legislators abused the
impeachment process in order to achieve their selfish interests while relying on the
erroneous impression that their actions cannot be questioned in court. The courts
however rose to the occasion and checkmated their excesses leading to upturning
almost all the cases filed by the impeached persons. The courts defined the true
import and intent of Sections 143(10) and 188(10) of the 1999 Constitution of
Nigeria which oust the jurisdiction of court from entertaining cases emanating
from impeachment proceedings.
In this appraisal the researcher relies on doctrinal and empirical research methods.
To this extent, questionnaires and oral interviews were employed, analysed and
arrived at mind-blowing results.
In conclusion, it is revealed among other things that the impeachment process has
done more harm than good in the political development of Nigeria and that the
Constitution requires an amendment to correct the anomalies inherent therein. It is
recommended inter alia that constitutional courts should be established to try
impeachment cases with dispatch.
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