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JUSTICE SOPHIA AKUFFO

Judges and Magistrates Strike Called Off

Judges of the lower courts have called off their intended strike, following the intervention of the Chief Justice, Ms Sophia A. Akuffo. A source close...
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Judges, Magistrates Ready for October 1 Strike

Circuit Courts Judges and Magistrates have threatened to embark on nationwide strike on October 1, if their allowances are not paid. The Judges and Magistrates...
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ECOWAS holds session for Magistrates and Lawyers

Justice Micah Wilkins Wright, the Vice President of ECOWAS Community Court of Justice, said the seminar was an outreach programme of the court designed...
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Ghana: Judges, magistrates cry over conditions of service

According to them they have observed that certain reforms have been carried on their salaries without their consultation. ...

Judges make donation to Ghana Prison Service

The items, which are to be given to inmates of the country’s prisons, include 28 cartons of Keysoap, 10 cartons of Sunlight soap, 37...
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Three Magistrates Removed From Office Without Benefits

The Judicial Council has removed three magistrates from office without benefits following a resolution at its emergency meeting on Monday December 7, 2015 on...
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Are our churches safe?

It is on records that, there are some irresponsible Pastors claiming that, they were called by God into the ministry. Yes, when they entered...

Prison Council Praises Georgina Theodora Wood’s Efforts

Dr. Stephen Wengam, President of the Prisons Council, has commended Mrs Georgina Theodora Wood, the Chief Justice (CJ), for admonishing judges and magistrates to...

Justice Mrs.Theodora Wood to transform Justice system

Her Ladyship, Justice Mrs Goergina Theodora Wood, the Chief Justice (CJ), has outlined measures for the promotion of the Justice for All Programme which...

Nairobi: Judges Unhappy With Supreme Court Jdgement

The High Court in Nairobi The board claimed that the judgement of the Supreme Court delivered on December 19, 2014, made on the jurisdiction of...

Nigeria improves justice system with new magistrates

Abiodun Taiwo, AbeokutaTen new magis­trates have been sworn in by the Chief Judge of Ogun State, Mrs. Ola­tokunbo Olapade, with a call on...
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Magistrates advised to use their powers rightly

The Chief Justice, Mrs Georgina Theodora Wood, has advised newly qualified career Magistrates to use their powers rightly and properly before the law. She said...
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AMJG Demands Payment Of Allowances

The Association of Magistrates and Judges of Ghana (AMJG) on Wednesday asked the government to pay their fuel, book and research allowances within reasonable...

Lawyers Plan Boycott Of Court Sessions To Protest Unfair Recruitment Of Magistrates In Imo

There is a strong indication that the ongoing judicial vacation in Imo State will be extended beyond August this year if plans by the...

Still On The Alleged Shoddy Appointment Of New Magistrates In Imo State

 ? By Barr. Emperor N. Iwuala (ksc.) In my recent article titled ?THE CONTROVERSIAL APPOINTMENT OF MAGISTRATES IN IMO JUDICIARY? I recalled how in 2011,...

Shoddy Recruitment Of Magistrates: Imo CJ Resorts To Intimidation Of Press

The Chief Judge of Imo State, Justice Benjamin Njemanze has made clear his intention of gagging the press in the state following media report...

Nepotism, Corruption Mar Recruitment of Magistrates in Imo

There is an uneasy calm in the Imo State judiciary following allegations of nepotism and corruption which characterized the recent recruitment of magistrates. 247ureports.com investigations...

Army Officer Impersonator Charged

A 25-year-old man, Henry Nkwuocha, was?on Tuesday?charged before an Umuahia Magistrates' Court on a two-count charge of alleged impersonation and illegal possession of army...

Absence of judges, magistrates stalls court proceedings in Lagos

The absence of some Judges and Magistrates at the Igbosere courts in Lagos State on Friday stalled proceedings in the various courts. The few...