Here, we’ll break down the details of your government.
From your very local, state, to federal elected officials.
Become a powerful Nigerian; an informed Nigerian.
to explore your government
Knowledge is power.
Become a powerful Nigerian.
Democracy is not just about who you elect to office.
It is more about who you hold accountable.
Get to know our elected officials.
WE CAN ACHIEVE MORE
Yes, we are the GIANT of Africa. Whilst we ought to be proud of that, there’s much more we can be proud of, much more we can achieve.
Here at ANNGA.org, we believe that Nigeria has the wealth and resources to produce at least 3 “Dubais” of the world. Together, proactively, we can.
CONSTITUTION OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA
The LAW of the land.
The current Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria was adopted in 1999. It is the fourth constitution since independence from the United Kingdom in October 1960 after those of 1960, 1963 and 1979.
The Constitution specifies the items over which Federal, State, and Local Governments have legislative powers. Only the Federal Government can make laws in respect of copyright, patents, trademarks, trade or business names and industrial designs. These are stated in the Exclusive Legislative List (Section 4 of the Constitution and Part I of the Second Schedule).