President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday swore in Walter Samuel Onnoghen as the Acting Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN). At the occasion in the Council Chamber of the State House, the President sought the judiciary’s cooperation in the fight against corruption and insecurity. Besides, it should join the efforts to boost the economy.
He noted that the acting CJN was taking office at this trying time for our nation. “Trying time in the sense of the three identifiable problems this country is facing . Physical security, the problem of economy and corruption.
“In this room contains the constitutional bodies that are responsible for bringing Nigeria back into line in terms of security and managing it efficiently while making sure that the economy is resuscitated and that security of doing business at all stages in the country is free and fair,” he added. Read more