Ogun State House of Assembly has screened nominees of the Judicial Service Commission, with a charge on them to bring their expertise in their different fields of endeavours in reshaping the justice sector in the State for better service delivery.
Speaker of the Assembly, Rt. Hon. Olakunle Oluomo, who gave the charge while presiding over the screening session at the Assembly Complex, Oke-Mosan, Abeokuta, lauded the State Governor for nominating seasoned administrators and technocrats, with due consideration to gender equality, as the nominees consisted of 50 percent women, expressing optimism that subsequent appointments would consider more youth.
In their separate submissions, lawmakers including Adeyemi Ademuyiwa, Abayomi Fasuwa and Akeem Balogun amongst others advised the nominees to inject new ideas and innovations that would promote efficiency in justice administration at all levels in the State.
The nominees include Barr. Joel Soyinka, Barr. Nurudeen Aina Akinpelu, Yetunde Adesanya and Sola Elegbeji, who had their background in law, Geology, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and Public administration amongst others, assured that they would bring to fore, the wealth of experience, if confirmed.
The nominees, promised to promote excellence and quality service delivery, when eventually confirmed by the Assembly and sworn-in by the State Governor.
It would be recalled that the Speaker had earlier at the plenary, acknowledged the receipt of Governor Abiodun’s correspondence conveying the list of the four nominees to fill the existing vacancies in the State Judicial Service Commission.
Head, Information Unit, OGHA