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CHIEF JUDGE OF THE FEDERAL HIGH COURT, JUSTICE TSOHO REVEALS THAT THE JUDICIARY HAS BEEN PLACED ON TRIAL                                                           

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CHIEF JUDGE OF THE FEDERAL HIGH COURT, JUSTICE TSOHO REVEALS THAT THE JUDICIARY HAS BEEN PLACED ON TRIAL                                                                                                                      11-12-23

By Sadiq Aminu                                                       The Chief Judge of the Federal High Court, Justice John Tsoho has revealed that the judiciary has been placed on trial due to the recent court pronouncements, especially on election-related cases.

Justice Tsoho stated this in Abuja during a special session of the court to mark its new legal year and to commemorate its Golden Jubilee Anniversary.

He said the current public perception of the judiciary made it imperative for judges, as critical stakeholders, to rise up and uphold the independence and sacredness of the judiciary.

Justice Tsoho noted that the Court would enter the new legal year with over 140,000 suits but expressed optimism that he and his fellow Judges would rise up to the challenges of disposing off the cases as quickly as possible.

“Within the last legal year, a total of 15, 025 cases were filed, while the total number of cases disposed of was 12, 870. When the left-over of 2,155 cases is added to the total number of cases carried over from the previous year, being was 142,755,  we have a total of 144,910 cases pending at the end of the last legal year.“

He also stated that the court now has 38 Judicial Divisions and 95 Judges adding that the court has recorded huge growth and has become a significant pillar in the hierarchy of the nation’s Judiciary.

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