Gov Dickson Wants Judicial Commission to Operate Within the Law


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Members of the Bayelsa State Judicial Service Commission have been urged to work in line with the provisions of the constitution to enhance the productivity of staff of the State Judiciary.

Members of the Commission are Chief David Serena Dokubo-Spiff, Chief Festus Lott, Retired Brigadier General Fredrick Enai and Mrs Daupremo Dele-Ungbuku.

The Judicial Service Commission has the State Chief Judge Justice Kate Abiri, as its Chairman while the Vice Chairman is the State Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Chief Francis Egele.

Speaking shortly after the swearing-in the 4 members of the Judicial Service Commission at the Executive Chambers of Government House, Yenagoa, Governor Seriake Dickson, said the members were carefully chosen based on merit, integrity and their track records over the years in the service of their fatherland.

Governor Dickson, who expressed optimism that the new members would bring their wealth of experience to bear in the performance of their responsibilities in the commission, assured them of government’s support.

Describing Chief Festus Lott, as one of the best lawyers produced by the State, Hon. Dickson said he served as the Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice in the old Rivers State and urged members to work closely with the state Chief Judge to achieve set goals

 

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