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Reasons Slow Judicial Process Must Be Addressed– Vice President

Reasons Slow Judicial Process Must Be Addressed– Vice President

The Vice President of Nigeria, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, SANAs has stated that it’s pivotal for the Nigerian judiciary to address the issue of delays in processing cases through the courts. jamb results  

Prof. Osinbajo said this yesterday when he chaired a Wole Olanipekun & Co., WOC, Justice Summit on Justice Sector Reforms in celebration of the 70th birthday of Chief Wole Olanipekun, SAN, in Lagos. THE NEWS reports.

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The Vice President expatiated that “the court referred to the delays in the parallel proceedings before a Nigerian Court as catastrophic and that it could take a further 30 years to resolve.” Information Guide Nigeria

“Incidentally, the expert witness who testified on delays in the Nigerian Courts was a former Justice of the Supreme Court who testified that a case could take 20 to 30 years to resolve in a Nigerian Court”.

Prof. Osinbajo pleaded for further engagements by stakeholders on the integrity of the legal process and its key actors, particularly judges and lawyers towards providing solutions to the challenge of delay in court processes.

“I look forward to the conversations we will have today, and may I suggest as rules of the house, that we focus on practical, and implementable ideas, not a rehash of the problems. We are all experts at knowing the problem.”

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