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… urges them to discharge duties with humility

Bayelsa State Governor, Senator Douye Diri, today swore in two new judges into the High and Customary Courts of Appeal respectively during a brief ceremony at the Executive Council Chamber of Government House, Yenagoa.

The two new judges are, Hon. Justice Amaebi Ibomo Orukari and Hon. Justice David Lawrence Opokuma.

Governor Diri while giving his charge urged them to discharge their responsibilities with a deep sense of humility.

The Governor stressed that as the Judiciary is the hope of the common man, they should ensure due diligence in treating cases regardless of the status or background of the parties involved.

“I urge you to discharge your responsibilities with a deep sense of humility, remaining conscious of the enormous trust that has been placed upon you. The judiciary is often referred to as the last of hope for the common man, and you must ensure that this hope is not extinguished.

Treat every case that comes before you with the same level of attention and diligence, regardless of the stature or background of the parties involved,” said Governor Diri.

The ceremony was witnessed by the Chief Judge of the State, Justice (Mrs.) Matilda Ayemieye Abrakasa and President of the Customary Court of Appeal, Justice Daniel Ayah.

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