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2023 Election: Federal High Court Goes on Break


To perform their civic duties, judges of the Federal High Court have been directed to proceed on a short break during the forthcoming general election.

The directive which was issued by the Chief Judge of the Federal High Court, Hon.   Justice   John T.  Tsoho, OFR reads:

In view of the forthcoming 2023 general   elections. Your Lordships are by this Circular letter permitted to observe a short break in order to perform your civic duties

Your Lordships are to sit   up to Wednesday, 22nd  February, 2023 before proceeding on the break and shall resume work on Tuesday, 28th February, 2023.

The Administrative Judges in the Abuja, Lagos and Port Harcourt Judicial   Divisions. shall ensure that a Judge is designated to cater for the North. South-West, South South/South-East Geo-political Areas respectively regarding urgent matters during the period.

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