Muhammad Urges Judicial Officers to Shun Corruption

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The Chief Justice of Nigeria, Tanko Muhammad has urged newly appointed Judicial Officers to shun corrupt practices in the discharge of their adjudicatory duties.

Muhammad gave the charge at the induction course for appointed Judicial Officers in Abuja.

He warned that anyone caught in the act of corruption would be dealt with.

The CJN enjoined the officers to have a proper understanding of the law.

Written by: Helen Obih

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