The Hon.Chief Judge of Lagos State, Hon. Justice Opeyemi Oke as part of efforts geared towards ensuring efficient, effective, and transparent service delivery within the judiciary in Lagos State commenced a 4 day exercise of oath taking by all members of staff of the office.
This is revealed in a statement issued by the Assistant Chief Public Affairs Officer Bakare Adekunbi Adebola
The Exercise which was scheduled to hold simultaneously at the conference Room of the Ikeja High court premises and the High Foyer Igbosere respectively is expected to ensure that all members of staff are held accountable for whatever action they take in the pursuance of their official duties
The Chief Judge reiterated the present government’s determination to ensuring that justice is not just delivered, but seen to be delivered without delay.
Hon. Justice Opeyemi Oke in her inaugural speech as the 16th Chief Judge of the state had promised an overhaul of the entire Lagos State Judiciary by ensuring that staff are accountable, dedicated and more committed in the discharge of their duties, adding that the State Judiciary is committed to quick dispensation of justice.
Also, Hon. Justice Opeyemi maintained that the Lagos State Judiciary will not relent in its resolve towards ensuring its vision of providing justice for all.
This exercise of Oath taking therefore, she explained, serves as a reminder to all staff to be committed to the state government in providing quality and professional services in a knowledgeable manner and holding themselves accountable to the highest standards of performance & taking pride in their respective duties.
The Exercise ends on Friday the 5th of January 2018.