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Rome Statute   Nigeria signed on 1 June 2000, and ratified on 27 September 2001, becoming the 39th State Party. The Bill was never signed into law by the President.
Agreement on Privileges and Immunities Nigeria has not signed the APIC.
Bilateral Immunity Agreement BIA signed at Abuja on June 30, 2003. Entered into force October 6, 2003. On 1 July 2003, President Bush issued an ASPA waiver until January 1, 2004. Subsequently, on November 1, 2003, the waiver was extended indefinitely as Nigeria had entered into a BI
Implementing Legislation The Rome Statute (Ratification and Jurisdiction) Bill 2006 was passed by both houses of the National Assembly, but was not harmonized for assent by the President before the end of the last civilian administration in May 2007. The bill is to be resubmitted by the Ministry of Justice, which committed to resubmit the bill as soon as possible during the 10th anniversary of the Rome Statute.
Membership Friends of the ICC, African Union, Commonwealth, ECOWAS
Country Updates
Government and Inter-governmental Documents
Author Date and Title
EU
22 Jan 2012
Statement by the Spokesperson of High Representative Catherine Ashton on the bombings in Kano, Nigeria
Nigeria
Dec 2011
Statement made during the 10th Assembly of States Parties- Nigeria
Official Documents
Author Date and Title
NCICC
15 July 2013
Suit seeking Nigerian arrest warrant against Omar Al-Bashir