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2023 General Election: Lagos Judiciary Declares 24th Feb. ‘Half Working Day’


The Lagos State Judiciary has declared Friday, 24th February, 2023 as half working day for members of staff.

According to a statement issued today by the Acting Chief Registrar, T. A. Elias, the closure is to enable employees of the judiciary to exercise their franchise in the 25th of February, 2023 Presidential election without hinderance.

“I  have the directive  or the Hon. Chief Judge  of Lagos  State, Hon .. Justice   Kazecm   Olanrewaju   A1ogba  to  inform  all members  of staff  of  Lagos  State  Judiciary  that  Friday, 24th February. 2023 has  been declared as Half Working  day  for members  of staff.”

“The  reason for this is to ensure  all members  of staff  are not hindered from exercising  their political franchise during the forthcoming Presidential  and National Assembly Elections scheduled for Saturday,  25Lh  February,  2023”

“In view of this, Offices  at all Divisions  and Districts of Lagos State Judiciary are to close  by I pm on Friday  24lh February, 2023.”

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