Kogi CJ Charges Newly Sworn In Judges To Uphold Integrity Of Judiciary.

04 January 2021 by OLUSEGUN OYENIBI.

Kogi State Chief Judge, Henry Olusiyi has charged the four newly sworn-in Judges in the State to remain resolute in the quest to uphold the integrity of the Judiciary.

Justice Olusiyi gave the charge at a Special Court Session in Lokoja to introduce the judges to the Bar and the public.

The Chief Judge stressed the need for the judges to stand up to the challenges of the job.

In a message to the occasion, the State Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Mohammed Sani called on the newly appointed Judges to dispense justice without fear or favour.

In a remark, the Lokoja Chairman of the Nigeria Bar Association, NBA, Sam Owoyomi who spoke on behalf of members of the Bar, urged the judges to remain upright and avoid inducement in the course of performing their constitutional duties.

The newly inducted judges are; Bamidele Rotimi Aina and Aisha Uwani Mohammed as High Court Judges with Jibril Idaho Anaja and Levi Nda-Animoku as Judges of the Customary Court of Appeal.

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