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Disobeying court orders limit and hinders National development—CJN

The Chief Justice of Nigeria, Tanko Mohammad, has declared that the disobedience of lawful courtroom orders was antithetical to a nation’s progress and progress.

The CJN additionally mentioned that the way forward for the nation is bleak if youths proceed in vices reminiscent of kidnapping, armed theft and others. He spoke on the seventh convocation ceremony of Nile University of Nigeria, Abuja the place he and Chief Rasaq Okoya of Eleganza group, acquired a honorary Doctorate Degree in Law and Doctor of Business Administration.

Chief Okoya’s award was acquired by his son, Tunde Okoya. The CJN mentioned that the judiciary would proceed to work for the progress and improvement of the nation.

He mentioned: “Like I always say, the Nigerian judiciary will always be the hope of everybody, irrespective of race, status in the society. We uphold the total adherence to the rule of law by all citizens because it is the bastion of genuine democracy. Needless to say that disobedience of lawful court orders is antithetical to a nation’s growth and progress. It is our passionate desire to place the Nigerian judiciary in that strategic position where the country can occupy pride of place among the comity of nations.” The CJN famous that the pattern of kidnapping, armed theft, web fraud, amongst different vices have to be reversed as quickly as potential.

Vice-Chancellor of the college, Prof. Osman Aras, mentioned that the college graduated 491 college students, comprising of 40 First Class.

He mentioned: “In this 2019/2020 periods. We are glad to have a good time our seventh convocation ceremony with a complete variety of 491 graduands made up of 40 top notch honours, 89 second class higher, 119 second class decrease and one third class. Miss Onome Amakhabi from petroleum and gasoline engineering division, emerged the most effective graduating scholar with a cumulative grade level common of 4.99.

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