This book unearths the dark curtain that blinds us and exposes our face to the light of justice. The light of justice that can be achieved by using rule of law as instrument shows us to what extent the rule of law keeps the equilibrium of national development actors in development course of action. This is because the notion of development is comprehended for some as the power house of economy to own the wealth of the nation, for others as political power to be a particular privileged group to rule the nation. Such imbalance actions and interactions of the development actors jeopardize the overall national development that causes conflict. To resolve such conflicts, rule of Law is instrumental as this book unveils the component parts of national development such as good governance, Democracy, Human Rights, combating Corruption, free press and institutions can be productive when there is a functioning legal order that uses Rule of Law as a benchmark. This book presents rule of law as independent institution, efficient, accessible judicial and legal systems with a government that applies fair and equitable laws equally, consistently and coherently to all national development sectors.