Kogi’s New Chief Judge, Court of Appeal President Sworn-in

Following the confirmation of the Kogi State House of Assembly, the new Chief Judge of the state, Justice Richard Olorunfemi and the President Customary Court of Appeal, Justice Isiaka Momohjimoh have been sworn-in.

Governor Yahaya Bello represented by his Deputy, Edward Onoja on Thursday conducted the swearing in ceremony and administered the oath of office.

Delivering the Governor’s address, Onoja charged the Jurists on executing the roles of their office with the fear of God.

While noting that they would discharge their duties excellently, he expressed assurance in their leadership prowess for the Judiciary arm of the state.

He also charged them to bring their experience as Legal Lords to bear in the administration of justice in the state.

Justice Richard Olorunfemi who spoke for the new Justices, assured to give their best to the administration of justice in the state, promising to make the state proud.

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