Emirate Saga: Supreme Court Made It Clear That To Be A Chief Is Not A Fundamental Right–Femi Falana

In a candid interview on Arise TV, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Femi Falana stated that the  Supreme Court clarified that being a chief is a privilege, not a fundamental right.

He argued that one cannot claim in Federal Court that their right to the position has been violated. He revealed that a member of the Emirates argued in court that his human rights were violated.

Femi Falana said this while reacting to the Kano Emirate Saga.


He said, ” Supreme court made it clear that to be a chief is not a fundamental right but a privilege. So, you cannot go to the Federal Court to say your right to the stool has been violated. A member of the Emirates went to court to say that his human right has been violated. His lordship was talking of the need to respect the rule of law. In any democracy, in any country that loudly claims to proclaim to operate under the rule of law, the judgement of the  Supreme court ade binding on all authorities and person….See More

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