Edo State Governor swears in new Honourable Judges

Edo State Governor swears in new Honourable Judges

The Edo State Governor Godwin Nogheghase Obaseki on Monday 16th April, 2018 swore in two new Honourable Judges into the Edo State Judiciary.

The two newly sworn in judges are Hon. Justice Orobosa Omotoso and Hon. Justice Aigbona Terry Momodu.

Speaking at the occasion, Gov. Godwin Obaseki said that his administration remains committed to strengthening the state judicial system for optimal justice delivery and sustenance of the democratic process.

He said:  “We realise that without an effective judicial system it will be impossible to practise our democracy.

We are proud of the reputation of the entire judiciary in the Edo State for its independence, integrity and its industry.

We constantly celebrate the fact that at a certain time when allegations were being regularly made regarding judges, our judiciary remained well respected and scandal-free”

He expressed optimism that the newly sworn in judges would build on the legacies left behind by their predecessors.

Hon. Justice Orobosa Omotoso, in her response, commended the Governor for his administration’s resolve to re-position the state judicial system.

She pledged the commitment of the new judges to discharge their duties to the best of their abilities.

Hon. Justice Orobosa Omotoso was born in 1967 and called to the bar in 1989, while Hon. Justice Aigbona Terry Momodu, also born in 1967, was called to the bar in 1991.

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