The as of late delegated Chief Judge of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Justice Salisu Garba has willfully left office.
Garba left office scarcely 57 days after he was confirmed to empower him take over as the Administrator of the National Judicial Institute (NJI), Naija News gets it.
The improvement was affirmed in an articulation on Monday by the media assistant to the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Tanko Muhammad, Mr. Ahuraka Isah.
As per the assertion, the Board of Governors of the NJI under the chairmanship of the CJN, Justice Tanko Ibrahim Muhammad, had at a gathering they hung on July 15, named Justice Garba to head the Institute.
Garba has effectively taken over from Justice Rosaline Bozimo (Rtd), whose residency as the Administrator of the NJI reached a conclusion on July 31.
His new arrangement is from the first of August and has a residency of three years.
“Equity Garba, who was until his new arrangement, the Chief Judge of the Federal Capital Territory High Court, has intentionally resigned to empower him continue at the Institute.
“He was confirmed as the FCT Chief Judge on June 7 this year and would have been expected to resign by October tenth this year when he would have accomplished the required retirement age of 65 years.
“Brought into the world on October tenth, 1956, Justice Garba hails from Malumfashi Local Government Area of Katsina State. He was called to bar in 1984 similarly as he finished his National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in 1985.