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Legislature, judiciary aided my administration’s success – Okowa

The Legislative leader of Delta State, Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, has ascribed the accomplishments of his organization to “the undaunted help of the legal executive and the lawmaking body arms.”

The lead representative cheered the two arms for the unalloyed help given to his organization in these eight years, focusing on that he had the option to accomplish all that he had due to the quiet and genial relationship delighted in with the two arms.

In his message of congratulations to the state’s President of the Customary Court of Appeal, Hon. Justice Patience Onuwa Elumeze, on her retirement from the bench, he made the remarks.

After 65 years of meritorious service, Justice Elumeze retired from the bench on Monday.

Okowa depicted the resigning judge as a trained and dedicated legal scholar, it was pleased with her to add that the state.

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He stated, “His Lordship that is retiring today, you have really done a great deal of work with us in government, and I am glad you have served your best in the course of duty, and I thank God that you have also been recognized with the papal honor.” He added, “You have really done a great deal of work with us in government.”

“It is my hope that as you retire, even as you listened to the Reverend Father in the Church today speak about your charity, and now that you have received the honor, it is for you to truly work more for humanity and also work more for the church of Christ,” the Reverend Father in the Church said.
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On the issue of independence, Okowa kept up with that Delta State was among quick to endorse full independence to the council and legal executive, taking note of that the legal executive was supposed to support its agreements without response to the leader.

He, in any case, communicated worries over the non finish of the new High Court complex in December, 2022 true to form, making sense of that the explanation was neither that of the Main Appointed authority nor his office.

“I have given my all. We don’t, in my opinion. Unfortunately, however, we are unable to exceed the contractors’ capabilities. The Chief Judge is aware that we have even encountered situations in which, in order to complete the contract, we were required to do something we normally would not; It is not typically done during the contract award and execution process, but we were forced to do so to expedite the work, he stated.

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While consoling of his obligation to finish the undertaking, Okowa credited the deferral to “inflationary propensities in the country that found the project worker that required survey along the line.”

The Hon. State Chief Judge Justice Tessy Diai called Justice Patience Onuwa Elumeze, who was retiring, an amazing, disciplined, and hardworking judicial officer who carried out her responsibilities with a fear of God.

“I thank God that Justice Patience Onuwa Elumeze is bowing out of service today not only hale and hearty, but with her integrity unblemished,” Justice Diai said during the special valedictory court session in honor of Justice Elumeze.

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