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Niger Governor swears in four new judges to reduce workload on judges



Niger State Governor, Sani Bello has sworn in two Excessive Court docket Judges and two Khadis of Shariah Court docket of Attraction as a part of efforts to scale back the workload on judges within the state.

Swearing within the judges on the Council Chamber in Minna, Bello lamented the insufficient variety of Judges within the state which he described as not wholesome for the state.

He stated, ” I hope that with their appointment, there could be an enchancment. We now have at all times had a restricted variety of judges, I perceive a few of our Judges are overwhelmed which isn’t wholesome. Hopefully, we’ll get extra to scale back the workload”.

The Governor additionally described the appointment of the 4 new judges as properly deserved, noting,” whereas, I congratulate the brand new Judges, be reminded of the large activity forward. It is advisable know the burden of the project and I hope this might be of profit to the state and the nation”.

Bello counseled the Chief Choose of the State, Justice Halima Abdulmalik for her efforts in guaranteeing the appointments of the Judges within the state.

Justice Aisha Wodu Bawa, talking on behalf of her colleagues, assured the governor that they might do their greatest in serving the course of justice with dedication, exhausting work and persistence.

Bawa appreciated the Governor, the Chief Choose of the state and your entire judiciary for his or her contributions, curiosity and dedication to the judicial system of the state.

Justice Aishatu Wodu Bawa who was born on tenth October 1965 in Kutigi, Lavun Native Authorities, began her journey within the Judiciary in 1995 when she was appointed as Affiliate Justice of the Peace the place she excelled and rose via varied positions.

Whereas Justice Isaac Ndagana Jiya was born in 1983 within the Gbako Native Authorities Space of the state with work expertise in varied organisations together with the Unbiased Corrupt Practices and different Associated Offences Fee (ICPC) the place he held the place of Assistant Chief Superintendent from 2009 to his current appointment.

Khadi Shehu Yunusa was born on the twenty fifth of September 1966 in Agaie whereas Khadi Mohammed Isah Dalibi was born on the sixteenth 9f February 1974 in Kontagora.

They held varied positions within the state Judiciary earlier than their current promotion within the state.

Afterwards, the governor offered the 4 newly appointed Excessive Court docket Judges and Khadis of Shariah Court docket of Attraction with their official automobiles.

Niger Governor swears in 4 new judges to scale back workload on judges

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