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THE MORALITY AND UTILITY OF ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION IN THE NIGERIAN STATE
Abstract: Arguably, prominent scholars in the ancient, medieval, modern and contemporary periods in human existence had argued to the conclusion that no one is self sufficient, implying that everyone at anytime needs the cooperation of everyone for the continuous existence of life. The advancement of this cooperation and its sustenance by people of diverse culture, religions, languages, ethnic and socio-political backgrounds may result to disagreement and other violent dispositions which act, if not checkmated could cause monumental disruptions, economic collapse and inter and intra ethnic clashes. The necessity of human existence cannot be over emphasized as this would ensure political and economic prosperity of a nation state such as Nigeria. It is in the light of ensuring convivial atmosphere, balanced and valid socio-cultural fraternity and inarguable insufficiency of human wants that it becomes moral and utilitarian for leaders of state and organization to utilize the facilities of alternative dispute, for resolution of conflicts and disagreement that may arise in the cause of their private and public relationships. The morality of alternative dispute resolution is hinged on inelastic protection of parties from public knowledge, economic value and peaceful and transparent restoration of confidence in friendship.
Keywords: Morality, Utility and Dispute Resolution.