NJC reject nominees for Adamawa, Osun and Kwara state chief judges Reviewed by Momizat on . The National Judicial Council (NJC) has thrown  out the recommendations by Kwara, Adamawa and Osun state governors for the appointments of Chief Judges for thei The National Judicial Council (NJC) has thrown  out the recommendations by Kwara, Adamawa and Osun state governors for the appointments of Chief Judges for thei Rating:
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NJC reject nominees for Adamawa, Osun and Kwara state chief judges

The National Judicial Council (NJC) has thrown  out the recommendations by Kwara, Adamawa and Osun state governors for the appointments of Chief Judges for their respective states.

The council rejected Kwara state governor, Abdulfattah Ahmed’s recommendation of Justice Suleiman Durosinlorun Kawu as Chief Judge of the state.

The recommendation of Osun state governor, Rauf Aregbesola to elevate Justice Oyewole to the position of Chief Judge of the state also received a thumb down from the NJC state.

Justice Binta Nyako’s recommendation by her husband, Governor Murtala Nyako as the Chief Judge of Adamawa state was also turned down.

The council has asked the governors to forward nominations based on seniority for approval.

 

 

 

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    Now you can see why nothing works in Nigeria. Individuals elected, nominated or appointed to serve the whole, arrogates the national cake to themselves, family, friends and cares less on the rules of engagement. Governor choosing his wife over more qualified others, judge awarding her husband perpetual injunction from being prosecuted,the list goes on and on. No Nigeria stood up to challenge this destruction of the system. No body stood up to make these cabals obey the alreday written rules.The worst is yet to come. Until we follow the rule of fairness within ourselves more hardship follows.

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