THE Executive Governor of Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo-Olu took a tour at Lagos State High Court as he has stated that he is ready to improve the infrastructures of the Courts in the State.
This is contained in a tweet from his handle which was sighted by TheNigeriaLawyer (TNL)
Meanwhile, he noted that the purpose of the tour is to strengthen the collaboration between the Executive and Judiciary in the State.
“Today, I took a tour of the State High Courts to see the state of facilities.
“The objective of the tour is to strengthen the collaboration between the executive and the judiciary.
“We are ready to improve the infrastructure of our courts across the state.”
Furthermore, he noted that the imperative for the Judiciary to work under a conducive environment is essential.
“The Judiciary can only serve the course of justice in a conducive environment and with the right working conditions.
“Lagos State Judiciary is reputed as the foremost judicial service in the country because of the number of judges we have and their impressive calibre.”
Besides, the Governor stated that the Judiciary and the Executive see themselves as progressive partners.
Today, I took a tour of the State High Courts to see the state of facilities.
The objective of the tour is to strengthen the collaboration between the executive and the judiciary.
We are ready to improve the infrastructure of our courts across the state. pic.twitter.com/dm23LwT7ZL
— Babajide Sanwo-Olu (@jidesanwoolu) September 19, 2020
“We want to look at both physical infrastructure and the welfare of our judges.
“It goes beyond just talking about the separation of powers, we see ourselves as partners in our collective quest to deliver service to the citizens.”
Written By Obioma Ezenwobodo Esq
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