GOV OKOWA SWEARS IN 3 JUDGES, URGES SPEEDY DISPENSATION OF JUSTICE

Delta Governor, Sen. (Dr) Ifeanyi Okowa, on Friday, September 4th, swore in three new Customary Court of Appeal judges in the state, with a charge to the judiciary to ensure speedy dispensation of justice at all times. The new judges are Dele Okafor, Grace Abanre and Jessica Gberevbie. The governor congratulated the three judges, and said that their appointments were based on their personal integrity … Continue reading GOV OKOWA SWEARS IN 3 JUDGES, URGES SPEEDY DISPENSATION OF JUSTICE

GOV WIKE NAMES JUDGES ESTATE AFTER FORMER RIVERS ATTORNEY GENERAL, AS CHIEF JUSTICE OF NIGERIA COMMISSIONS JUDGES QUARTERS

The Rivers State Judges Quarters has been commissioned by the Honourable Chief Justice of Nigeria, Hon Justice Ibrahim Tanko Muhammad, CFR, JSC, represented by Justice Mary Odili JSC. The quarters which comprises (20) 4 bedroom duplexes, built on an owner occupier basis, was also named in memory of former Attorney General of Rivers State, Barr Chinwe Aguma (SAN). Speaking at the commisioning of the quarters, … Continue reading GOV WIKE NAMES JUDGES ESTATE AFTER FORMER RIVERS ATTORNEY GENERAL, AS CHIEF JUSTICE OF NIGERIA COMMISSIONS JUDGES QUARTERS

CJN LAUDS WIKE’S SUPPORT FOR THE JUDICIARY; INAUGURATES COURT OF APPEAL JUSTICES RESIDENCES, STAFF QUARTERS BUILT BY RIVERS GOVT

The Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Ibrahim Tanko Muhammad has commended Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike for investing in the judiciary. A statement by Paulinus Nsirim,Rivers State Commissioner for Information and Communications, disclosed that Justice Muhammad, who was represented by Justice Mary Odili, Justice of the Supreme Court, said the provision of residential accommodation for Judges would promote the rule of law and access to … Continue reading CJN LAUDS WIKE’S SUPPORT FOR THE JUDICIARY; INAUGURATES COURT OF APPEAL JUSTICES RESIDENCES, STAFF QUARTERS BUILT BY RIVERS GOVT

NIGERIA WILL SUFFER IF JUDICIAL OFFICERS ARE NEGLECTED, SAYS CHIEF JUSTICE OF FEDERATION; COMMISSIONS RESIDENCES FOR FEDERAL, STATE JUDGES BUILT BY RIVERS GOVT

The Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Tanko Muhammad says Nigeria will suffer grave effect if judicial officers are consistently deprived of requisite infrastructure. A statement by Paulinus Nsirim, Rivers State Commissioner for Information and Communications, disclosed that Justice Muhammad made the remark at the commissioning of 20 four bedroom duplexes built for Judges of Rivers origin serving both in the State and Federal Judiciaries at … Continue reading NIGERIA WILL SUFFER IF JUDICIAL OFFICERS ARE NEGLECTED, SAYS CHIEF JUSTICE OF FEDERATION; COMMISSIONS RESIDENCES FOR FEDERAL, STATE JUDGES BUILT BY RIVERS GOVT

GOV WIKE PRESENTS 41 VEHICLES TO RIVERS JUDGES, CONDEMNS INVOLVEMENT OF JUDICIAL OFFICERS IN POLITICS

Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike has decried the involvement of some judicial officers in partisan politics. According to him, this has manifested through comments, special affiliations, body language and palpable commitments. A report by Paulinus Nsirim Commissioner for Information and Communications, disclosed that Governor Wike was speaking at the handing over of 41 Sport Utility Vehicles to Judges in the State Judiciary, as well … Continue reading GOV WIKE PRESENTS 41 VEHICLES TO RIVERS JUDGES, CONDEMNS INVOLVEMENT OF JUDICIAL OFFICERS IN POLITICS

GOV WIKE CHARGES JUDICIAL SERVICE COMMISSION TO MAKE RIVERS STATE A MODEL

Members of the Rivers State Judicial Service Commission have been charged to make the State Judiciary the best in the country. A statement by Paulinus Nsirim, Rivers State Commissioner for Information and Communications disclosed that Governor Nyesom Wike gave the charge today, July 28, 2020, in Port Harcourt while swearing in four members of the Commission. He urged the members to work as a team … Continue reading GOV WIKE CHARGES JUDICIAL SERVICE COMMISSION TO MAKE RIVERS STATE A MODEL

ESCHEW FRIVOLOUS INJUNCTIONS, FREQUENT ADJOURNMENTS, OKOWA CHARGES JUDGES

Delta Governor, Sen. (Dr) Ifeanyi Okowa, has charged the judiciary to eschew granting of frivolous injunctions and ensure speedy dispensation of justice.The governor gave the charge on Monday in Asaba, while swearing-in five new judges in the state.He also urged the Bench in the state to avoid frequent adjournment of cases.Okowa disclosed that the five new judges were appointed in line with procedures for such … Continue reading ESCHEW FRIVOLOUS INJUNCTIONS, FREQUENT ADJOURNMENTS, OKOWA CHARGES JUDGES