30 September 2020 by Olusegun Oyenibi.
Judicial Officers in Kogi State have been charged to invest time and resources in reading books to improve on thier career.
The State Acting Chief Judge, Justice Henry Olusiyi gave the charge during the public presentation of a book “A Compendium of Electronic Evidence, Twenty, Twenty written by Justice Alaba Ajileye as part of events to mark the new legal year in Lokoja
Justice Olusiyi said people who read are leaders, hence the need for Lawyers and Judges likewise to invest quality time in reading books that are relevant to their profession.
While dedicating the book to the memory of the late Chief Judge of the State, Justice Nasiru Ajanah he,commended the author, Justice Alaba Ajileye for writing the book.
Speaking, the author of the book and a high court judge in the State, Justice Alaba Ajileye said he was motivated on the need to bring to the public domain cases in Law reports on electronic evidence for Lawyers, judges and the public.
According to him, the book would also advance the knowledge of legal practionners and develop the area of electronic evidence in the country.
Highlights of activities to mark the legal year was the unveiling of the Information and Communication Technology, ICT, building meant to automate the judiciary in the State, and naming it after the late Chief Judge, Justice Nasiru Ajanah.