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PRESIDENT TINUBU WRITES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES TO APPROVE IMPROVED SALARIES FOR JUDICIAL OFFICERS                   

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PRESIDENT TINUBU WRITES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES TO APPROVE IMPROVED SALARIES FOR JUDICIAL OFFICERS                                                                                                                20-03-24

By Sadiq Aminu                                                       President Bola Tinubu has asked the National Assembly to consider and pass a new bill seeking to provide new salaries and allowances for judicial officers in the country.
In a letter read at plenary by the Speaker House of Representatives Dr. Tajudeen Abbas, the President said the bill seeks to prescribe salaries and allowances as well as other fringe benefit for judicial officers.
According to the President, the proposed upward Review of the salaries is aimed at ending the prolonged stagnation in the remuneration of judicial officers and to reflect contemporary socioeconomic realities.
The Executive bill forwarded by the President is titled “A Bill for an Act to prescribe the Salaries, Allowances and Fringe Benefits of Judicial Office Holders in Nigeria and for Related Matters.”

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