By Dahiru Hassan – Lafia
Nasarawa State Government has reitrated it’s commitment to continue to strengthen judicial system to ensure quick dispensation of justice in the State.
Governor Abdullahi Sule stated this while Swearing in two high court judges and acting president customary court of appeal in lafia the State Capital.
Governor Abdullahi Sule said the appointment of the new high court judges and the customary court judges is inline with the recommendation of the national judicial Council NJC with a view to enhancing the capacity of judiciary towards the dispensation of justice.
Describing judiciary as one of the critical arm of government in strengthen the development processes of Government, governor Sule explained that the appointment of the new high court judges was done in order to place judiciary in next pedestal to discharge it’s responsibility to the people of the State.
The State governor further explained that since inception of the administration Government has continue to commit enoumous resources towards the development of judiciary in the State.
The state Attorney general and Commissioner for justice Barrister Abdulkarim kana commended governor Abdullahi Sule for his support to judicial officers in the State.
Barrister kana therefore urged the newly appointed high court judges to be just and fair in the discharge of their responsibility.
Those appointed as the high court judges are justice ishaku Usman and justice Hafsat Turaki, while justice osagede was appointed as the acting president customary court of appeal others are justice Habila Ali Abundaga and Joseph Audu and Josiah korape .