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Anambra CJ installs new chief registrar of high court

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By Kenneth Udeh

The judge of Anam­bra State, Hon. Justice Peter N. C. Umeadi has sworn-in the ­ly appointed registrar and deputy registrars of of Justice of state, urging the appoin­tees to assist in speedy dispen­sation of justice in the state.

Those installed included Hon. Chinyere Ossy-Okoye as the registrar, of Justice, Hon. Onyinye Nweke-Uchebo as the depu­ty , Customary Courts, Hon. Vivian Udedike as registrar, Inspectorate Divisions. Others were Hon. Chidube Celestine Mojekwu, deputy chief regis­trar, and Return of Cases, Hon. Ukamaka Nke­chinyere Ufodiama, Probate Registry and Hon. Echezona Emmanuel Nwankwo who was sworn in as registrar, Plan­ning, Research and Statistics. Hon. Philip Udeorah remains registrar in-charge of Magistrates, while Hon, Chinelo Peters remains as registrar in-charge of Special Duties.

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Performing the swearing-in ceremony, on Monday, at the Chief Judge’s Chambers, Ju­diciary Headquarters, Awka, Honourable Justice Umeadi urged the new legal officers to exhibit good character, in line with their oaths of office and assist in speedy delivery of jus­tice in the judiciary of state.

“This is a turning point in the life of the Judiciary of Anambra state. This is a time to consol­idate in our gains. Henceforth, the outputs and quarterly re­turns of Learned Magistrates and Customary courts shall be submitted not later than ten days after the end of every quarter; these will be collated and compiled by Inspectorate Division and placed before the Perfor­mance Evaluation Committee of the Judicial Service Commis­sion.

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