Judiciary

2021/2022 Legal Year: Bishop Akinfenwa Advises Legal Profession To Exhibit Godly Character

The Bishop of Ibadan Diocese, Anglican Communion, Most Reverend Joseph Akinfenwa has admonished the bar and the bench, to always have the fear of God in all their dealings as the last hope of the masses. 

Most Reverend Akinfenwa gave the advice while speaking at the Thanksgiving service to mark the beginning of 2021/2022 Legal Year held at St. James Cathedral, Oke Bola, Ibadan.

The Cleric said all those in the profession must endeavour to put more efforts to strengthen the Judiciary 

Most Reverend Akinfenwa urged the Judiciary to always ask God for wisdom in order to excel in the profession. 

While Speaking, Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo state, represented by Secretary to the state government, Mrs Olubamiwo Adeosun said it was important for the judiciary to take the government to greater heights. 

Governor Makinde commended the judiciary for working towards the acceleration of the development of the state

Present at the service were the Chief Judge of Oyo state, Justice Munta Abimbola and the first female senior Advocate of Nigeria, SAN, Mrs. Folake Solanke.

The Bishop of Ibadan Diocese,  Anglican Communion, Most Reverend Joseph Akinfenwa has admonished those in the legal profession to always have the fear of God in all their dealings as they remain the last hope of the masses. 

Most Reverend Akinfenwa gave the advice while speaking at the Thanksgiving service to mark the beginning of 2021/2022 Legal Year held at St. James Cathedral, Oke Bola, Ibadan.

The Cleric said all those in the profession must endeavour to put more effort to strengthen the Judiciary. 

Most Reverend Akinfenwa urged the Judiciary to always ask God for wisdom in order to excel in the profession. 

While Speaking, Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo state, represented by Secretary to the state government, Mrs Olubamiwo Adeosun said it was important for the judiciary to take the government to greater heights. 

Governor Makinde commended the judiciary for working towards the acceleration of development of the state.

Present at the service were the Chief Judge of Oyo state, Justice Munta Abimbola, Oyo state Commissioner for Justice and Attorney General, Professor Oyelowo Oyewo, the first female senior Advocate of Nigeria,  SAN, Mrs. Folake Solanke and other notable people in the bar and bench.

Olaolu Fawole 

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