The Chief Judge of Ogun State, Hon. Justice Mosunmola Dipeolu has charged Judicial Officers in Nigeria to key into the use of Information Technology to enhance the discharge of their judicial functions.
Justice Dipeolu gave the charge while delivering her welcome address at A 5Day Workshop for Judges and Magistrates on “Capacity Development on Best Practices in Electronic and Forensic Evidence” held at the Ogun State Judiciary Complex, Kobape Road, Abeokuta on 4th to 8th November, 2019.
“Information Technology in our current world is indispensable in our today’s pursuit; this is because in spite of its challenges, it has numerous advantages that drive development in all fields of human endeavor including our noble profession” Hon. Justice Dipeolu noted.
The 5Day Workshop which was co-organized by GIZ and Juritrust Centre for Socio-Legal Research and Documentation had in attendance; Hon. Chief Judge of Ondo State, Justice Olutoyin Akeredolu who was represented by Hon. Justice Yemi Fasanmi, selected Judges in Ogun State, Magistrates in Ogun and Ondo State, Representative of GIZ and Juritrust Centre and other notable personalities in the Law Profession in Nigeria.