“We’re Working On Judicial Autonomy Bill”- Governor AbdulRazaq
AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq, the Governor of Kwara State yesterday said the tenure is working on the Judicial Autonomy Bill, adding that the government is committed to the independence and welfare of the judicial staff.
The Governor spoke in Ilorin at an event commemorating the start of the 2021/2022 legal year, organised by the Kwara State High Court Ilorin. VOICE OF NIGERIA reports.Information Guide Nigeria
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“I congratulate the Kwara state Judiciary on the commencement of the new legal year – 2021/2022. I have no doubt that the New Year will bring good tidings. For the new judges, we wish you well. And for the retired judges it is not going to be a life retirement. We thank you for the service to Kwara, to Nigeria, and to humanity. Well done. We will also keep calling upon you to serve as you have been doing it in various committees,” he said.
“One big takeaway from me here today is that demand is being made for the government to do more for the judiciary. The good thing is that we are going to sign the judiciary autonomy bill this coming year.” jamb results
AbdulRazaq added that his tenure, on assumption of office, ensured that the dilapidating state of infrastructure in various Courts in the state became past news with the renovation of courtrooms, adding that the government is also paying all allowances of the judges as and when due.
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