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FCT Minister pledges support for judiciary

16th Dec, 2019 | By Anthony Ogunleye | ||

Minister, Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Malam Muhammad Musa Bello has pledged the support of FCT Administration (FCTA) to the nation's judiciary. He also commended the FCT Sharia Court of Appeal for living up to its responsibilities in dispensation of justice to residents.

Malam Bello made the pledge when he received a delegation of the FCT Sharia Court of Appeal led by the Grand Khadi, Justice Ibrahim Rufa'i Imam who was on a courtesy visit to FCTA. The Minister said the judiciary carried a lot of responsibilities and deserves all the support it could get from all stakeholders. He commended the FCT judiciary and Sharia Court of Appeal for its commendable work in dispensing justice.

He said FCTA was mindful of the challenges faced by the court daily as a result of the Territory's rapid growth, assuring that FCTA will continue to provide necessary support and enabling environment for the court in the discharge of its responsibilities. The Minister commended the court for its openness and accessibility and asked the Grand Khadi not to hesitate to ask for assistance from the Administration in the execution of his mandate, should the need arise.

Earlier, the Grand Khadi had commended the Minister for his selfless service to the people and thanked Almighty God for Malam Bello's reappointment as FCT Minister. He stressed that the court had always had a cordial relationship with FCTA especially now with Malam Bello as FCT Minister.

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