Lagos State Governor, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has requested members of the state judiciary to exemplify fairness, equity and integrity in all their dealings.
He mentioned his administration would proceed to accord them mandatory supports within the discharge of their duties.
An announcement on Wednesday mentioned Sanwo-Olu spoke in the course of the swearing in of a Deputy Chief Registrar (Special Duties), Lagos division, Mrs Olubukola Aigbokhaevbo; and a authorized practitioner, Mr Rahman Oshodi, as High Court judges within the state.
Sanwo-Olu mentioned the judges earned their nominations and appointments based mostly on their credentials and experience of their respective areas of engagement.
“I want the new justices to use this opportunity to reassure our citizens and the judiciary that they would continue to remain an example of equity and fairness, doing their work with integrity at the highest level,” he added.
Speaking earlier, the Attorney-General and Commissioner for Justice in Lagos State, Mr Moyosore Onigbanjo, mentioned the newly appointed judges had been the 2 that high the choice course of.
The Chief Judge of Lagos, Kazeem Alogba, knowledgeable the governor that seven judges would retire this 12 months, stressing the necessity for his or her substitute.