Gov. Bagudu swears in chief judge, khadi in Kebbi

By Shuaibu Zubair Tatu ,Birnin Kebbi

The Kebbi state governor, Alhaji Abubakar Bagudu has sworn in Justice Mohammed Suleiman Ambursa as chief judge and Alhaji Bello Khalid Jega as the Khadi in the Kebbi state .

Bagudu said ” restating the commitment of my administration to strengthen the judiciary and promote rule of law in the State. I wont to assure you and indeed the legislative arm of government of our continued support and cooperation.

He congratulating them and expressed confidence that they would handle their new position of responsibilities with due dignity, integrity and commitment saying that judicial officers in the State are determining to ensure effective service delivery.

“The appointment of Ambursa followed a recommendation by the state Judicial Council and National Judicial Commission of Nigeria (NJC) which are all independent entities from the state government,’’ he said.

He urged the CJ to adhere strictly to the tenets of integrity and impartiality to strengthen justice delivery in the State.

The governor also urged the to be dedicated to their duties and deploy their knowledge in the discharge of their duties in the state .

Bagudu commended the state chief judge and NJC for making the appointment possible which would promote the rule of law in the state.

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