Constitutional and Migration Law in Nigeria is a stupendously rich analytical compendium of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 as amended up to and by the 3rd Alteration Act, the book is a necessary tool for acquiring knowledge in constitutional law, constitutionalism, due process and the rule of law.

Utilising the most current judicial precedents, including those reported so far in 2016 as at the time of going to press, the author has also done a comparative analytical discussion of the Constitutions of countries like the United States of America, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, India, South Africa, Ghana and a good number of other countries.

One unique feature of this book is deep consideration of migration laws as they apply to Nigeria under Chapter 4 thereof. This Chapter, which has discussed extensively migration law, has covered areas like refugee movement, extradition, entry into and exit from Nigeria and immigration generally. Also strikingly important is the near-exhaustive manner fundamental rights and their enforcement by courts of law have been discussed by the author. Backed with most recent decisions of superior courts of record in Nigeria and elsewhere, this Chapter, in a non-stop fashion, has discussed these rights which are reckoned fundamental by the Constitution, in over 450 pages.

The powers of the Federal, State and Local Governments, the allocation of powers amongst the three arms of government and many general principles of constitutional law have also been lavishly discussed in the book. it is simply a monograph every individual, human or corporate, should possess