THE CHIEF JUDGE OF RIVERS STATE, JUSTICE SIMEON AMADI SAYS THE JUDICIARY WILL ENSURE THE TRAINING AND RETRAINING OF JUDICIARY STAFF FOR EFFECTIVE DELIVERY OF JUSTICE.
Written by miebaka ikiriko on August 31, 2021
The Chief Judge of Rivers State, Justice Simeon Amadi says the judiciary will ensure the training and retraining of judiciary staff for effective delivery of justice.
Justice Amadi who stated this at a Seminar/Workshop for staff of the Rivers State Judiciary in Port Harcourt said no court can function effectively without Registrars and supporting staff of the court.
He said most Registrars of the Court did not know how to carry out their primary functions, emphasizing that it will affect them negatively when they attain leadership status.
The Chief Judge noted that the Seminar/Workshop which was an interactive one, advised them to pay adequate attention and ask questions where the need arose.
Justice Amadi while introducing the new management of the judiciary to the staff said the multi court system would be functional by October this year.
Citing Lagos State Judiciary, he said staff of the judiciary would write exams before promotions, pointing out that the era of promotions based on years is no longer functional.
In his opening remarks, the Acting Chief Registrar of Rivers State Judiciary, David Ihua-Maduenyi commended the Chief Judge for approving the workshop/seminar for all staff of the judiciary.
Ihua-Maduenyi said since the assumption of duty by the Chief Judge, he had demonstrated passion and commitment towards repositioning the State Judiciary for effective service delivery.
He pointed out that for the state judiciary to achieve set goals there was the need for the commitment and collaboration of staff emphasizing that the workshop was organized to equip the staff for the new dawn in the State Judiciary.
Radio Rivers Judiciary Reporter, reports that the two day seminar/workshop has as its theme “Repositioning The Staff of the Rivers State Judiciary for Effective Service Delivery”.