Constitution – Introduction
A constitution is a set of rules and regulations used to administer a state. Nigerian constitution can be traced to the era of colonial administration, that is when the white colonial masters ruled over the blacks.
According to the basic fact and information, all independent countries of the world have constitutions, that guide the operation of their society. The constitutional development of Nigeria has its origin, in 1914, when Lord Lugard amalgamated the Northern, and Southern protectorates, and established Nigerian Council.
The constitution is the fundamental rules and principles, that define how country affairs are administered or governed. Also the fundamental human rights of a citizen are enshrined in constitution.