The Food Safety Policy of Nigeria 2014 is a very comprehensive document that seeks to give voice to the endless concern of the government about the obtainable realities of Food safety in the country.
Minority Shareholder Protection, Oppression Remedy, Corporate governance, Equitable Incomes, Investors’ rights and Shareholders’ Interests
Lomé Charter aims for a secure African maritime future but faces hurdles. Challenges include a non-binding nature, unclear provisions, and capacity gaps. Solutions involve strengthening legal force, boosting clarity, and addressing resource constraints.
Nigeria’s electric power policy involves efforts to address challenges in the power sector, focusing on generation, transmission, and distribution of electricity. The vital aspects may include promoting renewable energy, improving infrastructure, privatization of certain segments, and enhancing regulatory frameworks to attract investment and ensure efficiency.
SPORT on the other hand can be said to be an activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another or others for entertainment. Sport as a highly organized physical activity of high human intensity regulated by accepted rules and regulations which require maximum physical and mental exertion.
The sources of employment law in Nigeria are:
a. The Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 (as amended), referred to as “the Constitution”.
b. The Labour Act Chapter L1, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria 2004 (“Labour Act”), which prescribes the minimum terms and conditions for employment for workers as defined above…