Full list of 12 new judges for Appeal Court, 16 for High Court approved by Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the appointment of 28 judicial officers for the Court of Appeal, Federal High Court and the high court of the Federal Capital Territory on the recommendation of the National Judicial Council. 

The 12 justices approved for the Court of Appeal are: 
1. Hon. (Mr) Justice P. A. Mahmud 
2. Hon. (Mr) Justice F. O. Ojo 
3. Hon. (Mr) Justice I. A. Andenyangsto 
4. Hon. (Mr) Justice G. O. Kolawole 
5. Hon. (Mr) Justice B. B. Aliyu 
6. Hon. (Mr) Justice Ebiowei Tobi 
7. Hon. (Mr) Justice J. G. Abundaga 
8. Hon. (Mr) Justice A. S. Umar 
9. Hon. (Mr) Justice A. M. Talba 
10. Hon. (Mr) Justice A. M. Bayero 
11. Hon. (Mr) Justice A. M. Lamido 
12. Hon. (Mr) Justice M. B. Idris

The following nine judges were approved for the Federal High Court: 
1. Sunday Bassey Onu 
2. Mrs. Adefunmilola Adekemi Demi-Ajayi 
3. Hon. (Mr) Justice Peter O. Lifu 
4. Obiora Atuegwu Egwuata 
5. Sa’adatu Ibrahim Mark (Mrs) 
6. Mobolaji Olubukola Olajuwon 
7. Aminu Bappa Aliyu 
8. Tijjani Garba Ringim 
9. Nkeonye Evelyn Maha 

The president also approved Seven (7) Judges for the High Court of the Federal Capital Territory as follows: 

1. Binta Mohammed 
2. Modupe Osho-Adebiyi 
3. Gaba Venchak Simon 
4. Babangida Hassan 
5. Akobi Iyabeni Anna 
6. Samirah Umar Bature 
7. Asmau Akanbi Yusuf 

The Justices of the Court of Appeal, According to Premium Times, will be sworn-in by the Chief Justice of Nigeria and chairman, National Judicial Council, Walter Onnoghen, on June 22 by 10 am. 

According to reports, those appointed for the Federal High Court will be sworn-in on June 25 at 2 pm, and judges appointed for the high court of the FCT are to be sworn-in on June 26 by 2 pm at the main hall of the court room of the Supreme Court of Nigeria. 

Incidentally, President Muhammadu Buhari had insisted that his administration’s policies are beyond ethnicity, religion and geographical lines, while also reaffirming his commitment to the rapid development of the country.

The president made the assertion on Wednesday, June 20, while receiving the Grand Khalifa of Tijjaniya, Sheikh Ahmed Tijjani Ibrahim Inyass, at the Aso Rock Presidential Villa, saying his administration will bring out the best in Nigeria

He had also promised to make the country the most beautiful place to visit in Africa.
~Courtesy: Naij.com
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