In N.E.P.A. v Edegbero (2002) 18 NWLR (Pt. 798) p. 79, it has been held in decisions of this Court that by virtue of Section 251 (1) of the Constitution, once one of the parties is the Federal Government or any of its agencies, only the Federal High Court has jurisdiction to determine the suit. That is to say the Federal High Court has exclusive jurisdiction to entertain matters specified in Section 251 (1) (a) – (s) of the Constitution.
In respect of agencies, the courts have held that agencies vested with statutory powers to investigate, say, crimes cannot be restrained or arm-twisted by litigation to prevent them from exercising their statutory powers. See Ewulo v. EFCC & Ors.  LPELR-40912(CA). What more of the Minister! Courts have also generally cautioned against the issue of perpetual injunction divesting of the performance of statutory duty. See AG, Kwara State & anor v. Kolawole  LPELR-44982(CA).
— B.B. Kanyip J. FG v. ASUU (2023) – NICN/ABJ/270/2022