Nigeria government follows a federal set up of governance. There are certain constitutional laws according to which the government of Nigeria works. The constitutional laws are always open to amendments. The constitution of Nigeria charters that Nigeria should remain a democratic nation as well as of the respective states. The country is divided into districts and provinces where local governments are at work but all the states as well as regional governments are ultimately answerable to the central Nigeria government.
RULING HEADS OF THE NIGERIAN GOVERNMENT
In the hands lies the supreme authority of bringing about changes in the government and implementing policies for the betterment of the nation. The powers of the president are kept under control by the Nigerian House of Representatives and the Senate. There are 109 members who comprise the body of Senate and 360 members are chosen for the House of Representatives by a majority of public votes.