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CJN to swear in daughter-in-law and 11 others as Supreme Court justices on Wednesday

The Chief Justice of Nigeria, Olukayode Ariwoola, will on Wednesday, July 10, 2024, swear in twelve judges of the Excessive Court docket of the Federal Capital Territory.

In line with Channels Tv, the knowledge was contained in an announcement issued on Sunday by the Director of Press and Info of the Supreme Court docket, Dr Festus Akande.

The ceremony is predicted to happen at 10 a.m. within the Primary Chamber of the Supreme Court docket.

One of many twelve judges to be sworn in is the daughter-in-law of the CJN, Ariwoola Oluwakemi Victoria.

Under you will see the listing of all 12 judges:

  1. Ariwoola Oluwakemi Victoria (Oyo State)
  2. Ademuyiwa Olakunle Oyeyipo (Kwara State)
  3. Bamodu Odunayo Olutomi (Lagos State)
  4. Iheabunike Anumaenwe Godwin (Imo State)
  5. Odo Celestine Obinna (Enugu State)
  6. Hauwa Lawal Gummi (Zamfara State)
  7. Sarah Benjamin Inesu Avoh (Bayelsa State)
  8. Maryam Iye Yusuf (Kogi State)
  9. Buetnaan Mandy Bassi (Plateau State)
  10. Lesley Nkesi Belema Wike (Rivers State)
  11. Ibrahim Tanko Munirat (Bauchi State)
  12. Abdulrahman Usman (Taraba State)

On Could 17, 2024, the Nationwide Judicial Council advisable a complete of 86 judicial officers for appointment to federal and state courts throughout the nation.

The suggestions have been made by the Interview Committee of the Council for the Appointment of Judicial Officers of All Excessive Courts in Nigeria, in the course of the a hundred and fifth Plenary Session of the NJC, which held from 15 to 16 Could 2024.

That is evident from an announcement by the council's Director of Info, Soji Oye.

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