Nyesom Wike “I Took The Matter To President Tinubu, And He Graciously Approved”

Nyesom Wike "I Took The Matter To President Tinubu, And He Graciously Approved"According to Mr. Nyesom Wike, Minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), President Bola Tinubu is actively working to strengthen the judiciary in order to promote the administration of justice.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

Vanguard reported that President Tinubu’s dedication was underscored by Wike on Wednesday at the groundbreaking ceremony for the Court of Appeal Complex’s Abuja Division.

Wike said, “President Tinubu’s approval for the construction of the Appeal Court Complex, accommodation for judges and justices, and retirement homes highlights the importance attached to the judiciary.”

He went into further detail about the importance of these programs and how they fit into the administration’s larger objectives.

He said, “There are things that must be done for us to get it right, and one of the things that must be done for this country to move forward is to put the judiciary where it is supposed to be. This is the essence of Tinubu’s Renewed Hope Agenda.”

Wike remembered that Justice Monica Dangban-Mensem, the President of the Court of Appeal, had during the 2023 Legal Year asked for the creation of the Abuja Division of the Court of Appeal as well as suitable housing for judges.

Wike said, “I took the matter to President Tinubu, and he graciously approved.”

Wike emphasized the need for a balanced approach to governance by stating that the three branches of government—the legislative, the executive, and the judicial branches—must all be handled equally.

He promised that the project would not take longer than expected to finish, which is scheduled for September 2025.

He asserted, “I would not be a party to a project that would take more than two years to deliver. The project is budgeted at N37 billion, with N30 billion already allocated in the 2024 budget.”CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>