GOVERNORS OF RIVERS AND TARABA STATES, WIKE AND ISHAKU SHOWERED ENCOMIUMS ON FORMER SUPREME COURT JUSTICE, PAUL GALUMJE FOR HIS MERITORIOUS SERVICE TO THE NATION.
Written by miebaka ikiriko on April 22, 2021
Governors of Rivers and Taraba States, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike and Darius Dickson Ishaku have showered encomiums on former Supreme Court Justice, Paul Galumje for his meritorious service to the nation.
Governor Wike said Justice Galumje throughout his unblemished career in the judiciary, left an indelible mark that would continue to impact positively on the country’s legal jurisprudence.
The Governor showered encomium on the retired Supreme Court Justice during the public presentation and launch of two books, “Emerging issues and thoughts in contemporary public law: a compendium of Eassys in honour of Justice Paul Galumje in Abuja.
He explained that as a lawyer and a good politician, he had consistently followed up the judgement of Justices of the courts and had never heard of any story of unprofessional conduct against Justice Galumje.
Governor Wike described Galumje as a man of impeccable integrity and commended Mrs. Galumje for giving her husband support throughout his career.
Similarly, the Governor of Taraba State, Darius Dickson Ishaku said he was deeply moved by the event organized for a man who had distinguished himself in his character and excelled in his chosen career.
Ishaku described Justice Galumje as a renowned legal luminary whose name had become synonymous with excellence in the country.
According to him, the retired Supreme Court Justice has conducted himself with probity, integrity, sound judgement throughout his enviable sojourn in the temple of justice.
He said the presence of eminent and influential Nigerians at the occasion was a demonstration that Justice Galumje had not only left an indelible work in the judiciary, but had also impacted on it positively.
Governor Wike and Governor Ishaku launched the books with the sum of fifty million Naira and thirty million Naira respectively while the Chairman of the occasion, General T.Y. Danjuman who was represented by Professor Jerry Ghana launched the book with the sum of ten million Naira.