Summary of Ibrahim v State case

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Ibrahim v State

The Supreme Court recognized the discretionary powers of the Attorney General under section 174 of the 1999 constitution. It also held that the exercise of delegated legislation through a Legal Notice was valid and constitution. The Supreme Court also frowned at the wide scope of delegation of powers to be exercised by sundry legal officers.

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