Summary of INEC v Musa case

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INEC v Musa

The Supreme Court held that the respondent had fulfilled the requirements needed to create a political party under section 222 of the constitution regardless of the provision of the rule-making powers. The supremacy of the constitution was emphasized and subject to section 1(3) of the CFRN-any other law that is inconsistent with the provisions of the constitution, shall to the extent of such inconsistency be invalid.

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