Kebbi State is second-best in tracking cases in Nigeria

The Chief Judge of Kebbi State, Justice Suleiman Muhammad Ambursa, says the state has emerged as the second-best in tracking cases in Nigeria.

He said this at the Walima/Luncheon and Symposium, organised by the Muslim Lawyers Association of Nigeria, (MULAN), and the Law Officers Association Of Nigeria (LOAN), Kebbi State branches to celebrate the appointment of three High Court Judges.

Justice Ambursa, thanked the Kebbi State governor’s administration for the unprecedented action of appointing eight High Court Judges and four Khadis, more than any other administration in the history of the state.

He acknowledged the cordial relationship between the state government and the judiciary.

The Chief Judge said that the associations have distinguished themselves by honouring them.

The Nigeria Bar Association, Kebbi State chapter, alerted the governor, that some of the judges have resorted to the use of commercial motorcycles and commercial vehicles for…

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