UPDATE: Gov Nwifuru Warns Supreme Court Justices Against Corruption

UPDATE: Gov Nwifuru Warns Supreme Court Justices Against Corruption

by Victor Ndubuisi

Justice Obande Ogbuinya, the newly appointed Supreme Court judge, has received a warning from Governor Francis Nwifuru of Ebonyi State to be wary of dishonest politicians while performing his job.

During Justice Ogbuinya’s thanksgiving Mass, which was held to honour him for being elevated to the highest court, Governor Nwifuru stressed the value of judicial independence and honesty.

“I charge you, the newly elevated Justice Ogbuinya, to steer clear of corrupt politicians. Let us allow the judges to do their work,” Governor Nwifuru urged, stressing the need to protect the judiciary from undue influence.

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He praised the courts for continuing to serve as the last choice for the average person and pushed for more financing to improve the legal system.


“There is a need for increased remuneration of the judges for effective justice delivery,” the governor asserted, highlighting the crucial role of adequate resources in ensuring a fair and efficient legal process.

Justice Ogbuinya responded by thanking the governor for his support and promising to safeguard the values of justice throughout his tenure.

“I thank the governor for celebrating with me and pledge to remain dedicated to promoting our nation’s judicial system,” Justice Ogbuinya affirmed, reaffirming his commitment to the pursuit of justice.

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Governor Nwifuru’s admonition highlights the need to protect judicial independence in order to maintain the rule of law and comes amid increased worries about political meddling in the judiciary.


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