Edo South’s Judicial Officers Host Retiring Chief Judge

Edo South’s Judicial Officers Host Retiring Chief Judge

As parts  of activities leading to  the  smooth disengagement of the  retiring Chief Judge, Hon. Justice Esohe lkponmwen, the judicial  workers in Edo south  has hosted  the  Chief Judge in a grand  reception organized  in her honour.

Responding  to  the  cheerful members of staff,  Hon Justice  lkponmwen expressed her heartfelt joy and Gratitude to God for  loving and blessing  her so much  as she never believed when  she commenced her career that  she would one day head the state’s Judiciary.

The Chief Judge  expressed appreciation to  all the  members of  staff  for  the  love that  exists and binds  them. She however apologized to all she may have offended in the course of carrying out  her duties.

Hon Justice  lkponmwen used  the  opportunity to  present her  successor, the  in­ coming   Chief  Judge,  Hon  Justice  Esther  Edigin,  whom  she  described  as  very respectful, humble  and  loyal,  charging all  members of  staff   to  accord  the  in­ coming  Chief Judge with greater diligence and loyalty  than  they  accorded her.

Earlier the number two Judge and in-coming Chief Judge, Hon Justice Esther Edigin had extolled  the  retiring Chief Judge as a very  competent and  diligent Judge whose motherly nature  would  be greatly  missed.  She described her as a role model to many and assured her that the legacies she had laid out would be improved upon.

Highlights  of the  occasion  was the presentation  of gifts  by various  members  of staff to the retiring Chief Judge.


Nwine, Nekpen Maureen

Information Officer

Edo State Judiciary

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