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Author Of Petition Against Onnoghen Accuses CJN, NJC Of Shielding Corrupt Judges / BREAKING: I Will Consider Amnesty For Corrupt Persons Willing To Surrender Loot / FG Shielding Akpabio From Prosecution For Corrupt Allegation ― Group (2) (3) (4)
|Industrial Court Not For Corrupt Judges – President Warns by besti8: 6:44pm On May 12|
The leader of the National Industrial Court of Nigeria(NIC), Justice Babatunde Adejumo, has proclaimed that no degenerate individual can succeed whenever selected into the seat of the court.
Equity Adejumo said those seeking to be judges of the new court and expected to scale the obstacles of screening must be ethical and persevering people.
He said the mechanical court, had been restricted in the exhibition of its obligations of settling exchange debates the nation because of disproportionate and broken methods for designating the participation of the court.
The Jurist talked on Saturday while conveying an address entitled: 'How to Become A Judge of National Industrial Court,' to check the 2019 Attorney General's Colloquium in Ado Ekiti, Ekiti State capital.
In his analysis at the occasion, Justice Adejumo said separated from the way that degenerate judges on the seat of the mechanical court won't make progress, degenerate propensities of such people are effectively presented to the general population.
He stated: "insight that any individual who may try to turn into a judge of the court must comprehend the law, most notably in the region of work and modern relations, must be of faultless character who must despise defilement and other related indecencies, must be persevering and devoted with no good or expert flaw.
" The previous was by Rule 4 of the 2014 Revised National Judicial Council(NJC) Guidelines and Procedural Rules for the arrangement of legal officers of every single unrivaled court of records in Nigeria".
He expressed that a large portion of the exchange questions being arbitrated upon by the court was a government-work mechanical fight, which he said further incline the judges to escalated campaigning and this he pushed must be opposed to secure equity and trustworthiness of the seat.
Adejumo uncovered that the mechanical court neglected to satisfy the desires for the general population since its foundation using Trade Disputes Decree No 7 of 1976 by military routine because of the double arrangement of individuals from the seat of the court.
"At initiation, there was the issue of the second method for the arrangement of the President and different judges of the court.
" By temperance of area 19 and 25 of the Trade Union Act, the President of Nigeria selects its leader on the proposal of the Federal Judicial Service Commission while the President designates different individuals through the suggestion of the Minister of Labor.
"These methods made a lot of issues to be the degree that no majority could be shaped without the NIC president on the seat.
"Be that as it may, with National Industrial Court Act 2006, the procedure was standardized, and NJC is presently the prescribing expert simply like the strategy for the arrangement of judges of other predominant courts".
The Justice asked legal advisors aiming to fill in as judges of the court to be unopinionated, disregard debasement and carry on with an unobtrusive way of life to have the option to pass the legal investigation that would qualify them to the seat of NIC.
read more: https://gistok.ng/industrial-court-not-for-corrupt-judges-president-warns/
|Re: Industrial Court Not For Corrupt Judges – President Warns by SouthSouth1914: 7:58pm On May 12|
All talk, talk and talk.. I can tell you that corrupt judges would flood this industrial court..
|Re: Industrial Court Not For Corrupt Judges – President Warns by Bheewhy(m): 7:58pm On May 12|
Who be this Southsouth wey stole my FTC.
|Re: Industrial Court Not For Corrupt Judges – President Warns by manmoraskk: 7:59pm On May 12|
Yeah , they should hear before getting Onogeh treatment
|Re: Industrial Court Not For Corrupt Judges – President Warns by BizBayo: 7:59pm On May 12|
Once due process and proper screening are involved, then no worries.
|Re: Industrial Court Not For Corrupt Judges – President Warns by Jossy07(m): 8:00pm On May 12|
|Re: Industrial Court Not For Corrupt Judges – President Warns by ainas247: 8:03pm On May 12|
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|Re: Industrial Court Not For Corrupt Judges – President Warns by Alejobs: 8:10pm On May 12|
|Re: Industrial Court Not For Corrupt Judges – President Warns by EdoBoyJazzie: 8:16pm On May 12|
|Re: Industrial Court Not For Corrupt Judges – President Warns by AndroBlaze: 8:21pm On May 12|
Mods stop being lazy.
This Besti guy keeps posting bogus articles supposed to be in "English" from this bogus site.
Does anyone think a learned judge would speak so mechanically?
Stop allowing him post under different aliases.
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|Re: Industrial Court Not For Corrupt Judges – President Warns by Kobicove(m): 8:23pm On May 12|
|Re: Industrial Court Not For Corrupt Judges – President Warns by pureconscience: 8:23pm On May 12|
FORGET THEY WOULD STILL USE QUOTA SYSTEM. I TRUST MY COUNTRY
|Re: Industrial Court Not For Corrupt Judges – President Warns by unitysheart(m): 8:28pm On May 12|
Very incoherent rubbish posted up there. I couldn't read what he posted, yet it made Frontpage.
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|Re: Industrial Court Not For Corrupt Judges – President Warns by patrickcollins: 10:01pm On May 12|
BizBayo:In Nigeria, abeg I disagree.
|Re: Industrial Court Not For Corrupt Judges – President Warns by 9jaRealist: 5:56am On May 13|
Na real wa o...
Was wondering myself what the article was going on about, since the NIC is neither a “new” court (having been established since 1976) nor is it headed by a “leader” (but by a President) and its judges are appointed the same way all other federal judges in Nigeria are appointed.
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