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Okowa Assures Financial Autonomy in Judiciary

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Delta State Governor, Ifeanyi Okowa, has pledged that his administration would continue to support financial autonomy for the Judiciary in the State.

Okowa made the promise at the Nigerian Bar Association-Section on Legal Practice 2022 Annual Conference in Asaba, the State Capital.

He noted that there cannot be effective rule of law in Nigeria without financial autonomy and independence of the Judiciary.

The Governor, however, charged the Judiciary to entrench the principles of accountability, probity and transparency in the discharge of their duties.

Written by: Helen Obih

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