Section 127, 128 and 129 of the 1999 Constitution: Removal of Auditor General of a State and Investigations by the State House of Assembly

The 1999 Constitution Section 127 (1) A person holding the office of Auditor-General under section 126 (1) of this Constitution shall be removed from office by the Governor of the State acting on an address supported by two-thirds majority of the House of Assembly praying that he be so removed for inability to discharge the…

Section 122, 123 and 124 of the 1999 Constitution: Withdrawal of Money from the Consolidated Revenue Fund and Establishment of Contingencies Fund of a State

The 1999 Constitution Section 122 If the Appropriation Bill in respect of any financial year has not been passed into Law by the beginning ofthe financial year, the Governor may authorize the withdrawal of moneys from the Consolidated Revenue Fund of the State for the purpose of meeting expenditure necessary to carry on the services…

Section 112, 113, 114 and 115 of the 1999 Constitution: Boundaries of State Constituencies

The 1999 Constitution Section 112 Subject to the provisions of sections 91 and 113 of this Constitution, the Independent National Electoral Commission shall divide every state in the federation into such number of state constituencies as is equal to three or four times the number of Federal constituencies within that state. (The Independent National Electoral…

Section 108 and 109 of the 1999 Constitution: Circumstances where a Governor/ Commissioner of a State Can Attend Meeting of the State House of Assembly and Situations where Members of the House Shall Vacate their Seat

The 1999 Constitution Section 108 (1) The Governor of a State may attend a meeting of a House of Assembly of the State either to deliver an address on State affairs or to make such statement on the policy of government as he may consider to be of importance to the State (This section gives…

Section 103, 104 and 105 of the 1999 Constitution: Power to Constitute Committees, Duration and Dissolution of the State House of Assembly.

The 1999 Constitution Section 103 (1) A House of Assembly may appoint a committee of its members for any special or general purpose as in its opinion would be better regulated and managed by means of such a committee, and may by resolution, regulation or otherwise as it thinks fit delegate any functions exercisable by…