Summary of PHMB v Ejitagha case

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PHMB v Ejitagha

The plaintiff who was retired contrary to the applicable Civil Service Rules and procedure instituted a suit. The Supreme Court was more inclined to the plaintiff because the defendants had failed to follow due process of termination unless it is invalid. The court established that where a particular or special method of delegation has been specified by law, then the power must be delegated according to such method specified by law.

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