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If Nwabueze had been listened to, we would be enjoying better days by now–According to Justice Kazeem Alogba

The Chief Judge of Lagos State, Justice Kazeem Alogba, is quoted in the Vanguard report as saying that the late Professor Ben Nwabueze ought to be recognized as a pioneer in the creation of Nigerian constitutional law. He contends that Nwabueze died a dejected man because the nation has failed to realize his vision. According to him, Nigeria is a “sickness” that resists treatment...READ THE FULL ORIGINAL ARTICLE HERE▶▶

He said, “We are gathered here to honor a man whose name must not be missed when we talk about constitutional law in Nigeria in any compendium. Such a compendium will not only be incomplete but grossly inadequate. He (Prof Ben Nwabueze) was a Nigerian who if he had been listened to among other Nigerians, we would probably be enjoying better days by now.

But for a man who spent his entire life trying to erect a solid foundation for enduring positive change in Nigeria, he also died a sad man because the country failed to live up to its promises in his lifetime. Try as hard as he did, Nigeria proved to be an illness that defiled all medications and the great man voices his disappointment.” CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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