Kwara State Governor, AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq, Wednesday sworn in five new appointed Judges for the state’s High Court.
At the occasion held in Ilorin and went to by the top echelon of the state legal executive and a couple of other senior government authorities, the representative charged the new adjudicators to stick carefully to their promise of office and be reasonable for all gatherings.
The new appointed Judges were – Funsho Lawal, a previous Changeless Secretary, and Specialist – General of the state Service of Equity; Olanipekun Sherifat Bola, an Enlistment center at the state High Court and Hussein Kawu, an Agent Recorder at the Akure Division of the Court of Claim.
Others were Nureni Kuranga, a Vice president Enlistment center (Administrator) at the state High Court, Ilorin; and Umar Jubril, a Senior Officer Evaluation II in the state.
The senator stated: “The legal pledge orders you to oversee equity without dread or favor, malevolence, or fondness.
“This vow is a serious guarantee and just a strong duty will see to its achievement
“As you accept office as judges, it is basic that you put forth a concentrated effort strictly as per your vow of office towards guaranteeing that equity is done and apparently has been done consistently.”
He said the new appointed authorities had taken care of their obligations out in the open assistance and their new positions were another call to more noteworthy support of the state and the nation.