NICN Judges’ Appointment: CBT Held for 557 Shortlisted Candidates in Abuja

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The National Industrial Court of Nigeria, Saturday 13th July 2019 held Computer Based Test [CBT] for 557 Shortlisted candidates for consideration for appointment as Judges.

The examination was based on Knowledge and Experience test on Law and most importantly aspect of Labour, Industrial, and Employment.

The Hon. President, National Industrial Court, His Lordship, Hon. Justice Babatunde Adejumo, OFR served as Chief Invigilators while Judges of the court also served as invigilators, and all principal staff headed by the Chief Registrar, Mr. Olurotimi Daudu Esq also served as Monitoring officials.

The examination was held at Chamscity CBT Centre, Maitama, Abuja and started at exactly 11.30am and ended by 6 pm.

In his remark, Hon. Justice Adejumo used the avenue to educate shortlisted candidates the essence of the test which is to give all, the level playing ground and to have the best of Judges in knowledge, Competence, and Character.

His Lordship assured of the Court’s commitment to be fair to all and vowed that any form of irregularities would not be condoned in any form and also informed the participants that only best Twenty (20) would be selected at the end.

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