Ogun Swears in Three New Judges

Three new Judges have been appointed and sworn in today Thursday by the Ogun state government. Governor Ibikunle Amosun of Ogun state swore in the three new judges namely, Mr. John Olatokunbo, Mrs Abiodun Shobayo and Mrs Eniola Fabamwo at a ceremony which held at the Executive Council Chamber of the Governor’s Office at Oke…”
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December 8, 2016 2:27 pm

Three new Judges have been appointed and sworn in today Thursday by the Ogun state government.

Governor Ibikunle Amosun of Ogun state swore in the three new judges namely, Mr. John Olatokunbo, Mrs Abiodun Shobayo and Mrs Eniola Fabamwo at a ceremony which held at the Executive Council Chamber of the Governor’s Office at Oke Mosan in Abeokuta.

Amosun in his presentation urged the judges to uphold the principles of fairness and equity in the administration of justice in the state.

He added that their appointments as a call to service, stating that the assignment was a calling for greater dedication and commitment to service.
He said, “I appreciate the serving judges in the state for distancing themselves from all forms of attitude that could bring the judiciary arm of the state to disrepute.
“Even in the face of overwhelming challenges confronting the arm and the nation at large, it is important to be more resolute in discharging justice to all persons without fear or favour.”
The new judges, who expressed gratitude to the governor for their appointments, gave an assurance that they would contribute their quota toward efficient administration of justice in Ogun state.

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