BY; Yunusa Abdullahi
Governor Muhammed Umar Jibrilla has expressed his concern over the deplorable nature of building infrastructure at the states Upper Area and Majesty Courts located at the Police roundabout in the state capital.
The Governor stated this during an unscheduled visit to the premises of the Upper and Majestry Area Courts on Monday 16th May,2016.
While conducting the Governor round the Courts premises, the State Chief Judge Justice Ishaya Kida Banu informed the Governor that the Courts were in existence for over Forty years and are not being given due attention by the successive administrations.
Governor Muhammed Umar Jibrilla lamented that the delapidated buildings around the court is unhabitable for the judicial officers and described the Judiciary as the last hope of a common man. He also called on the judicial officers in Adamawa State to adjudicate justice with mercy in their adjudication.
The Governor pointed out that the Third Arm of Government is entitled to a conducive working environment to enable it performs it's duties effectively as enshrined in the constitution of Nigeria. He also inspected the newly constructed Court Complex along Justice Buba Ardo Road as well as the Old High Court along Kasim Ibrahim way where he assured that his government will do everything possible to see that the Judiciary perform its responsibilities.