The Lagos State Government has re-assured that it would continue to accord the Judiciary the necessary support required to discharge their duties deligently to the people in the state.
Governor Babajide Sanwo-olu who stated this at the swearing-in of two new High Court judges in Lagos state said the judiciary is s critical arm of the government and it was the first major assignment held in the state this year in cognisance of the reality of Covid-19 Pandemic.
Speaking during the event at the State House, Alausa Ikeja, the Governor said his administration would continue to recognise the sacrifice of the judiciary in the state, while promising that his administration would not be detered or shy away from its responsibilities to make life more comfortable for judges in the state.
Earlier, the Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice in the state, Moyosore Onigbanjo, said the event was one of the constitutionally recognised functions of Lagos State Government to improve the capacity of the Judiciary.
On his part, the Chief Judge of Lagos, Kazeem Alogba also said the occassion was another testimony of the commitment of Governor Sanwo-olu to the judiciary and administration of justice in Lagos state.
In her vote of thanks, on behalf of her colleagues Justice Rahman Oshodi, Justice Olubukola Aigbokhaevbo thanked Governor Sanwo-olu for his efforts and passion, he has for justice assuring that they would administer their duties with integrity and fairness in order to take the judiciary to higher heights.