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JUDICIAL SERVICE COMMISSION SET TO IMPROVE JUSTICE DISPENSATION IN OGUN-CJ

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The Judicial Service Commission recently inaugurated in Ogun State would enhance smooth dispensation of justice, as the judiciary in any given democratic society was mandated to interpret law and ensure that citizens benefit from due process.

The Chief Judge of Ogun State, Hon. Justice Mosunmola Dipeolu, who is also the Chairman of the Commission stated this in an interview with the Press in Abeokuta, pointing out the relevance of the commission to each state of the federation, which she noted was in line with section 197 sub section 1(C) of the 1999 constitution as amended.

Represented by the Chief Judge, the Secretary of the Commission, Mr. Kolawole Peters, said part of its functions was to prepare and implement programmes for the continuing education and training of Judges and Judicial officers, which would contribute to effective dispensation of Justice in the State.

Justice Dipeolu explained that the commission would enhance staff career’s growth, recruitments and appointments of staff and conducting disciplinary proceedings, as well as giving necessary advice to all members of staff.

 

Opeyemi Oladele,

Press Officer, Ministry of Justice

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