The International Criminal Court(ICC) has been put on spot light and questioned by many on the Legality of the exrecise of Jurisdiction over non-state parties for a very long time. This work is a product of International Criminal Law Masters research directed to answer so many questions and on going debates about this issue. It is directed at scholars, students of Law, people in government,Non governmental organisations, Legal practitioners, researchers and the Public in general who are intterested in updating their knowledge or knowing more; about the problems that poses to the ICC in exercising Jurisdiction arising from United Nations Security Council referrals to the Court,which is in accordance with the Rome Statute and the working agreement between the United Nations Organisation and the court. This book is a collectors item that opens up a lot of questions and equally addresses the rationale for the implicit jurisdiction of the court when acting under the chapter VII powers of the United nations Security Council. It is very informative and educative, you will gain unquantifiable knowledge from the insight in this book.Enjoy it and share your opinion with us.