Malami, Tallen Decry Rising Gender-based Violence Cases

Abubakar Malami, the Attorney General of the Federation (AGF) and Minister of Justice, and his colleague in the Women Affairs Ministry, Mrs. Pauline Tallen, have expressed concerns over the rising cases of sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) across the country.
Malami and Tallen noted that although the Federal Government has evolved measures to curb the crime, the challenge was how to enhance the capacity of the judiciary to exercise improved access to justice for victims and ensure swift prosecution of the perpetrators.

They solicited the support of all stakeholders, especially the Judiciary to urgently address the alarming trend.Information Guide Nigeria

The AGF and Women Affairs Minister spoke in Abuja at a capacity-building workshop for judges on sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV), use of Practice Direction and Guidelines on trial of SGBV cases, and ancillary procedures, organised by the Federal Ministry of Justice.

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Malami, who co-chairs the Presidential Inter-ministerial Gender-based Violence Management Committee with Mrs. Tallen, identified the various initiatives put in place by the Fed Govt to address this challenge.NYSC portal

He noted that for the efforts against SGBV to yield meaningful results, the Judiciary must increase its capacity to ensure access to justice and prompt disposal of cases.

In his words: “The Federal Government will continue to seek ways to support the Judiciary in developing its capacities, particularly to invest in technologies that are necessary to automate vital aspects of court operations and implement a digital justice delivery system.

“The expectations are that the judiciary must innovate and grow with the times.

“Part of this expected innovation entails imbibing dynamism in the application and adjudication of our laws and cases.”JAMB Result

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