The Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo, has approved the appointment of 19 judges for the National Industrial Court, following recommendation by the National Judicial Council.
A statement signed by the 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 State|
|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.
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