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FULL LIST: Osinbajo Approves 19 Judges For National Industrial Court

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The Acting President Yemi Osinbajo has approved the appointment of nineteen judges for the National Industrial Court.
Premium Times reports that the approval by the Acting President was based on the recommendation made to him by the National Judicial Council.
NJC’s Director of information, Soji Oye, listed the judges as follows:

  1. Targema John Iorngee – Benue State
  2. Namtari Mahmood Abba – Adamawa State
  3. Nweneka Gerald Ikechi – Rivers State
  4. Kado Sanusi – Katsina State
  5. Adeniyi Sinmisola Oluyinka – Ogun State
  6. Abiola Adunola Adewemimo – Osun State
  7. Opeloye Ogunbowale A. – Lagos State
  8. Essien Isaac Jeremiah – Akwa-Ibom State
  9. Elizabeth Ama Oji – Ebonyi State
  10. Arowosegbe Olukayode Ojo – Ondo State
  11. Ogbuanya Nelson S. Chukwudi – Enugu State
  12. Bashir Zaynab Mohammed – Niger State
  13. Galadima Ibrahim Suleiman – Nasarawa State
  14. Bassi Paul Ahmed – Borno State
  15. Danjidda Salisu Hamisu – Kano State
  16. Hamman Idi Polycarp – Taraba State
  17. Damulak Kiyersohot Dashe – Plateau
  18. Alkali Bashar Attahiru – Sokoto State
  19. Mustapha Tijjani – Jigawa State

According to the statement, the newly appointed judges will be sworn in on July 14 at the Supreme Court, Abuja.
The NJC statement read in part, “They will be sworn-in by the Honourable, The Chief Justice of Nigeria and Chairman, National Judicial Council, Hon. Justice W. S. N. Onnoghen, GCON, on Friday, 14th July, 2017, by 3.00pm at the Supreme Court of Nigeria.”