[Photos] President Buhari Commissions NIC Edifice as Justice Adejumo Retires


It was a gathering of Judicial titans on Monday 30th September 2019 as the President and Commander in Chief of Armed Forces, His Excellency, President Muhammad Buhari GCFR commissioned the annex edifice of the National Industrial Court of Nigeria headquarters complex situated at No 11 New Bussa Close, Area 3, Abuja.

The epoch occasion coincides with the retirement of the President of Industrial Court, Hon. Justice Babatunde Adejumo OFR upon attaining the mandatory retirement age of 65.

The event had in attendance, Law Lords, the Secretary to the government of the federation, Boss Mustapha, Chief Law officer of the Nation, Attorney General and Minister of Justice Abubakar Malami SAN, Minister Federal Capital Territory, His Excellency, Mallam Musa Bello, Executive Governor of Ondo State, His Excellency Arakunrin Akeredolu ably represented by its deputy, His Excellency, Agboola, National Assembly members both serving and past, Senior Advocates of Nigeria, members of the Nigerian Bar, Captains of Industry and many others to mention a few.

Among the Law Lords and jurists of high repute in attendance were former Chief Justices of Nigeria, His Lordship, Hon. Justice Aloma Mariam Muktar, and Hon. Justice Mahmood Muhammed, the current Chief Justice of Nigeria, His Lordship, Hon. Justice Dr I. T. Muhammed, Justices of Court of appeal serving and retired, Judges of High Court, National Industrial Court, other coordinate courts.

The retiree, Hon. Justice Adejumo used the avenue to thank Almighty God and also educate the gathering about how is journey to Industrial Court started, praised all stakeholders who have contributed in one way or the other for his success in office, and prayed that Almighty God will reward them abundantly.

ALSO READ   MULAN: National Executive Council Meeting Holds January 18

Without mincing words, whenever the history of the court is mentioned, the name Justice Adejumo must surface based on what he  achieved on the development of labour Jurisprudence in Nigeria.



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here