CJN cautions newly appointed Magistrates

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The Chief Justice of Nigeria, Tanko Muhammad has cautioned Magistrates and Judges of lower courts in the country against monetary gratification and all forms of inducement.

Justice Muhammad gave the charge on Monday while declaring open the 2022 induction course for newly appointed Magistrates and other Judges of the lower courts at the National Judicial Institute in Abuja.

The CJN while urging them to shun every vice which will bring the Judiciary into disrepute, warned that any one found wanting will face the consequences of such unruly acts.

Written by: Helen Obih

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