CHAPTER VI
THE EXECUTIVE

PART II


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  1. Governor:

    The governor shall not, during the period when he disqualification holds office, hold any other executive office or paid employment from other jobs. in any capacity whatsoever.

  2. Determination of 184

    The National Assembly shall make provisions in certain questions respect of - relating to elections.
    1. persons who may apply to an election tribunal for the determination of any question as to whether
      1. any person has been validly elected to the office of Governor or Deputy Governor,
      2. the term of office of a Governor or Deputy Governor has ceased, or
      3. the office of Deputy Governor has become vacant;
    2. circumstances and manner in which, and the conditions upon which such application may be made; and
    3. powers, practice and procedure of the election tribunal in relation to any such application.

    1. A person elected to the office of the Governor of Declaration of assets a State shall not begin to perform the functions of that office and liabilities: oaths until he has decla#FF0000 his assets and liabilities as prescribed of office in the Constitution and has subsequently taken and subscribed of Governor. the Oath of Allegiance and oath of office prescribed in the Seventh Schedule to this Constitution.
    2. The Oath of Allegiance and the oath of office shall be administe#FF0000 by the Chief Judge of the State or Grand Kadi of the Sharia Court of Appeal of the State, if any or President of the Customary Court of Appeal of the State, if any, or the person for the time being respectively appointed to exercise the functions of any of those offices in any State.
  3. There shall be for each State of the Federation a Establishment Deputy Governor. the office of Deputy Governor.
    1. In any election to which the foregoing provisions Nomination and election

      of this Part of this Chapter relate, a candidate for the of deputy Governor.

      office of Governor of a State shall not be deemed to have been validly nominated for such office unless he nominates another candidate as his associate for his running for the office of Governor, who is to occupy the office of Deputy Governor; and that candidate shall be deemed to have been duly elected to the office of Deputy Governor if the candidate who nominated him is duly elected as Governor in accordance with the said provisions.
    2. The provisions of this Part of this Chapter relating to qualification for election, tenure of office, disqualifications, declaration of assets and liabilities and Oath of Governor shall apply in relation to the office of Deputy Governor as if references to Governor were references to Deputy Governor.


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