Section 169, 170 and 171 of the 1999 Constitution: Establishment of the Civil Service of the Federation

The 1999 Constitution Section 169 There shall be a civil service of the Federation. (This section establishes the Civil Service.) Section 170 Subject to the provisions of this Constitution, the Federal Civil Service Commission may, with the approvalof the President and subject to such conditions as it may deem fit, delegate any of the powers…

Section 167 and 168 of the 1999 Constitution: Payments to be Paid into the Consolidated Revenue Fund and Certified by the Auditor General of the Federation

The 1999 Constitution Section 167 Any payment that is required by this Part of this Chapter to be made by the Federation to a State shall be a charge upon the Consolidated Revenue Fund of the Federation and any payment that is so required to be made by a State to the Federation shall be…

Section 158 and 159 of the 1999 Constitution: Independence and Quorum of Government Bodies and the National Population Commission

The 1999 Constitution Section 158 (1) In exercising its power to make appointments or to exercise disciplinary control over persons, the Code of Conduct Bureau, the National Judicial Council, the Federal Civil Service Commission, the Federal JudicialService Commission, the Revenue Mobilisation and Fiscal Commission, the Federal Character Commission, and the Independent National Electoral Commission shall…

Section 153, 154 and 155 of the 1999 Constitution: Establishment and Membership of Government Bodies

The 1999 Constitution Section 153 (1)(a-n) There shall be established for the Federation the following bodies, namely:(a) Code of Conduct Bureau;(b) Council of State;(c) Federal Character Commission;(d) Federal Civil Service Commission;(e) Federal Judicial Service Commission;(f) Independent National Electoral Commission;(g) National Defence Council;(h) National Economic Council;(i) National Judicial Council;(j) National Population Commission;(k) National Security Council;(l) Nigeria…