ANNIVERSARY: Gov Matawalle Distributes Vehicles To Judiciary Staff To Enhance Their Productivity


From Maiharaji Altine, Gusau

Governor Bello Mohammed Matawalle has distributed 104 brand new Hyundai cars purchased by his administration to judiciary staff to ease transaction and to ensure service delivery.

 The beneficiaries included Chief Registrars, members of the Judicial Service Commission, Magistrates, and Sharia Court Judges.

The distribution was performed by the Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Barrister Abubakar Malami SAN who was a Special Guest at the event which is part of many activities lined up for the second year anniversary of the Matawalle-led administration in the state.

Gov Matawalle in a handshake with the Minister of Justice, Barrister Abubakar Malami at the occasion

The Governor said the gesture was aimed at easing the transportation needs of the beneficiaries and to ensure service delivery especially in the quick dispensation of justice thereby eliminating unnecessary delays at the courts throughout the state.

He also observed that it e in recognition of the exalted position of the judiciary in a liberal democratic tradition, particularly its being an independent government arm that works in the same spirit as the executive and legislative arms to ensure good governance. 

One of the vehicles given to judiciary staff

Matawalle expressed his leadership resolve to dearly uphold the sanctity of the judiciary as a vital instrument in the dispensation of justice and an interpreter of our constitution.  

He noted that like all true democracies, his administration was determined to continue to work towards maintaining the independence and efficiency of the judiciary and promote its capacity for quick adjudication as a beacon of hope to the common man. 

Similarly, the Shattiman Sakkwato led the Minister to the commissioning of the Presidential Lodge which is housed within the perimeters of the Government House,  initiated and fully completed by his administration along side other projects including 18 executive chalets and renovation of the Government House, all at the cost of N2,182,999,856.12. 

He thanked the visiting minister for his brotherly love to the government and people of Zamfara in thick and thin.

In his speech, the Minister described the distribution of vehicles as a moral booster, calling on other states to emulate Governor Bello Matawalle.
 Barrister Malami said the step taken by the Governor was in line with President Muhammadu Buhari’s which was aimed at making the judiciary independent which would strengthen the democratic process in the country.

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