Ogun Chief Judge Charges Judiciary Staff To Uphold Rule Of Law, Shun Corruption

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Ogun State Judiciary Staff have been advised to be more diligent, purposeful and faithful in the discharge of their duties in the year 2023.

The Chief Judge of Ogun State, Hon. Justice (DR) Mosunmola Arinola Dipeolu, FICMC, FHNRj gave the advice at a Prayer Session organised by the Management of Ogun State Judiciary to usher in the new year on Monday, 9th January, 2023.
While appreciating the Staff and especially the Honourable Judges, the Chief Judge applauded their Lordships for their moral uprightness and incorruptibility in the discharge of their duties.

“I sincerely want to appreciate our Hon. Judges in the State for their diligence in the discharge of their duties as no one faced the National Judicial Commission panel throughout last year (2022) which shows that they are incorruptible, I implore us to continue in the good deeds” Hon. Chief Judge stated.

Hon. Justice (DR) Dipeolu thereafter encouraged and advised the staff to be more hardworking, cooperative, supportive of the system and maintain integrity in the discharge of their duties. They were further advised to be prayerful in all their endeavours in the new year. The Hon. The Chief Judge implored the staff to maintain decorum and not agigate for what is not due to them. He advised everyone to wait for his time.

Earlier, in his word of exhortation titled “A New Season of Hope”, Hon. Justice A. A Akinyemi, charged the staff to allow God to help them to shine forth through their good works, avoid all forms of evil works and wickedness to one another and to be diligent as prayer will not take the place of diligence.

“We need to improve more on ourselves for without God, nothing can happen this year, no matter how competent we are, we must allow God to build us” Hon .Justice A. A Akinyemi advised.

Also, in his exultation the Muslim Cleric, Mr. Ganiyu Oguntoyinbo charged the Staff of Ogun State Judiciary to make good deeds their priority in the new year.
Thereafter, prayers were rendered for Nigeria, Ogun State, the Hon. Chief Judge, Honourable Judges, Magistrates, Judicial Research Officers and other Members of Staff of the Ogun State Judiciary.
The Christian and Muslim prayer sessions were held simultaneously at the Judiciary Complex Abeokuta and at all other Judicial Divisions of the Ogun State Judiciary.

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