Ogun State Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun has sworn in members of the state's Judicial Service Commission, with a charge to shun partisanship and be fair at all times in the discharge of their duties.
Speaking at the swearing in which was held the government secretariat, Oke-Mosan, Abeokuta, Governor Abiodun enjoined them to put in their vast wealth of experiences in re-energizing the machinery of administration and system of justice.
In her remark, the Chairman of the Judicial Service Commission who is also the Chief Judge of the State, Hon. Justice Mosunmola Dipeolu, thanked the Governor for inaugurating the commission towards ensuring smooth dispensation of justice in the State, urging members of the commission to always stand their ground, as the job was a bit sensitive.
Responding on behalf of other members of the commission, Barr. Joel Soyinka appreciated the Governor for the trust reposed in them, pledging to work in synergy to ensure a better judicial system for the State.
Members of the Judicial Service Commission sworn in included Barr. Joel Soyinka, Barr. Nurudeen Aina, Mrs. Yetunde Adesanya and Princess Sola Elegbeji, while Mr. Kolawole Peters would serve as the Secretary.