Industrial Court President Charges Newly Employed Staff to be Dutiful and Shun Corruption


The Hon. President of the National Industrial Court, His Lordship, Hon. Justice Benedict Kanyip, Ph.D., FNIALS has charged the newly employed senior judicial staff deployed by the Federal Judicial Service Commission to the court to be dutiful and shun any form of corruption.

Hon. President maintained that the court would not tolerate any form of indiscipline, and implored the new staff to justify the trust and confidence imposed on them.

Justice Kanyip stated this at the day 2 of 3- day seminar organized by the court to educate the newly employed staff about the status and the workings of the court in the administration of Justice.

In his remark, the Chief Registrar, Mr. Olurotimi Daudu appreciated the gesture of the Hon. President for approving the seminar believing that the new staff would have the avenue to equip themselves with the required knowledge of the court to perform their respective official mandate.

The seminar is holding at the Industrial Court headquarters situated at Area 3, Garki, Abuja.

Also in attendance were Director of Admin, Mr. M. I. Karaye, Director of Finance, Alh Bello Rafiu, Assistant Chief Registrar, Hauwa Yakubu Esq, Deputy Director, Training, Mrs. Bunmi Alabi, and many other top principal officers to name a few.

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