Adeleke Swears-in New Judges In Osun

The Osun State Governor, Ademola Adeleke has sworn in four new judges of the state’s Federal High Court.

The governor also announced his support on Monday evening and charged the judiciary in the state to always uphold justice as they dispense judgement.

Adeleke said:

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Earlier today, I was at the swearing-in ceremony of the four new judges of Osun State’s High Court. I congratulated them and assured them of my support.

“I charged the judiciary to always uphold justice as they dispense judgement.”
The newly sworn-in judges are Honourable Justices Mohammed Adebayo Lasisi, Michael Oludare Awe, Fatimah Adejoke Sodamade, and Joseph Olukunle Owolawi.

The governor also restated the resolve of his government to carry out a justice sector reform agenda to be unfolded soon.

The governor said:

My administration is determined to upgrade all the facilities in the Osun State Judiciary.

“As a step towards enhancing their efficiency and productivity, we will in no distant time introduce Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) to the State Judiciary for speedy administration and dispensation of justice.”

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