In Kogi, Presidential Committee Assures Financial Autonomy for States Legislature, Judiciary
The Presidential Committee on the Implementationof Financial Autonomy of State Legislature and State Judiciary has assured that the Committee will do everything possible to ensure that the autonomy of State Legislature and State Judiciary is fulfilled to honour the memory of Late Honourable Justice Nasir Ajanah and perfect the intent of President Muhammadu Buhari.
The Secretary of the Committee, Senator Ita Enang, made the known when he led the Committee on a condolence visit to the family of the former late Chief Judge of Kogi State, Honourable Justice Nasir Ajanah over the weekend.
Senator Enang said, ‘’We lost one of our prominent members, His Lordship, Hon.Justice Nasir Ajanah, the former Chief Judge of Kogi State. So, the Committee and the Office of Honourable Attorney- General of the Federation and Minister of Justice (OHAGF) have come to pay a condolence visit to the family and give honour in his memory”.
He assured the family of the late Chief Judge that the Committee and the government will be committed to honouring his memory and make sure that the projects are implemented so that his labour will not be in vain.
Representing the OHAGF, the Solicitor-General of Federation and Permanent Secretary, (SG/PS) Federal Ministry of Justice,DayoApata, SAN who is also a member of the Committee,in his condolence message said the Late Hon. Justice Ajanahwas committed to the work of the Committee in achieving its results through his regular attendance of meetings.
Apata enjoined the children to imbibe the culture of excellence as shown by their father and prayed for God to give the family the fortitude to bear the lost.
The Chief Judge of Bayelsa State,Hon. Justice Kate Abiricommendedthe lateAjanahfor his service to the Committee and prayedthat God will continue to comfort the family.
F.DD Press and Public Relations Unit
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