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FCT High Court to get 12 new judges on Wednesday

The Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Olukayode Ariwoola, will on Wednesday swear in 12 further judges for the Excessive Courtroom of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja

The Director of Press and Info of the Supreme Courtroom, Dr Festus Akande, mentioned in an announcement on Sunday that the swearing-in of the brand new judicial officers will happen on the essential chamber of the Supreme Courtroom.

In keeping with the assertion, the CJN’s daughter-in-law, Ariwoola Victoria from Oyo State, is among the many 12 judges to be sworn in.

The others are Buetnaan Bassi from Plateau State; Ademuyiwa Oyeyipo from Kwara State; Bamodu Olutomi from Lagos State; Iheabunike Godwin from Imo State; Odo Obinna from Enugu State; and Hauwa Gummi from Zamfara State.

The remaining are Sarah Avoh from Bayelsa State; Maryam Yusuf from Kogi State; Ariwoola Victoria from Oyo State; Lesley Belema Wike from Rivers State; Ibrahim Munirat from Bauchi State; and Abdulrahman Usman from Taraba State.

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