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The judicial powers of the Federation and of States are vested in Courts
established by section 6 of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria
1999 (as amended) and other courts established for the Federation by an Act of the
National Assembly or in case of States, Law made by the relevant State House of
Assembly. The Judicial powers gradually, due to increase in litigations and
criminal trials beyond the capacity of the regular courts, were no longer exclusive
to the Courts but rather had to be shared with tribunals established for particular
purposes. This development consequently brought about two parallel systems of
adjudicating institutions operating side by side.
While some tribunals, like the investment and Securities Tribunal, have
justified their establishment by dispensing Justice timeously and by experts in the
particular field of the tribunal’s jurisdiction, others seem to have defeated the very
essence of their establishment like Code of Conduct Tribunals. Tribunals like the
Code of Conduct Tribunal apart from being redundant is seen as an agent of the
Federal Government since it is absolutely controlled by the Code of Conduct
Bureau, which is directly under the Presidency. This explains the redundant nature
of the tribunal as it serves more or less as a stooge of the Presidency from where
most of the culprits should have been arraigned.
The Laws establishing various tribunals have their inbuilt shortcomings that
hinder the trial procedure or occasion unnecessary delays contrary to the very
essence of establishing the tribunals.
The courts in Nigeria could be said to have contributed in some measure to
the development of Law, particularly in the field of animal Law and Constitutional
Law. However administration of Justice seems to suffer several challenges. Some
of these challenges were attributed to factors associated with adversarial system,
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