Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State presided over the official swearing-in ceremony of 13 esteemed high court judges at the Government House in Alausa, Ikeja.

During the event, the judges took an oath to carry out their duties without partiality, ensuring the upholding of Nigeria’s constitution in all circumstances.

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Congratulating the newly appointed judges, Governor Sanwo-Olu emphasized the significance of their role in the administration of justice.

He expressed his confidence in their dedication and urged them to wholeheartedly serve the cause of justice.

With the addition of these 13 judges, the total number of judges appointed by Governor Sanwo-Olu’s administration has now reached 37, solidifying the state’s commitment to a robust and efficient judicial system.

Governor Sanwo-Olu commended the Lagos State Judiciary for its exceptional performance, stating that the state must continue to strive for excellence and align itself with global best practices.

He also acknowledged that a significant number of the judges were graduates of Lagos State University, further highlighting the state’s reputation for excellence in legal education.

Addressing the families and friends of the new judges, the governor appealed for their support and urged them not to exert any undue pressure on the judges.

He emphasized the importance of allowing the judges to carry out their responsibilities independently and in accordance with the principles of the law.

In conclusion, Governor Sanwo-Olu expressed his confidence in the capabilities of the newly sworn-in judges and encouraged them to showcase their brilliance in the pursuit of justice.