Summary of Awolowo v Minister of Internal Affairs case

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Awolowo v Minister of Internal Affairs

The plaintiff was charged with treason and was defended by an English lawyer by virtue of section 21(5)(c) of the constitution. The Federal Minister of Internal Affairs them denied the lawyer entry by virtue of section 13 of the Immigration Act. This provision was held to be inconsistent with section 21(5)(c).

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