New Chief Judge Of The Federal High Court Sworn In

By Ikenga Chronicles June 19, 2018

Abdul Kafarati has been sworn in as the substantive Chief judge of the Federal High Court

Mr Kafarati succeeds Ibrahim Auta whose tenure lapsed in September 2017.

He was sworn into office by the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Walter Onnoghen, through a brief oath taking ceremony at 2 p.m. on Tuesday.

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Mr Kafarati assumed office as acting chief judge following the failure of Mr Buhari to forward his name to the Senate ahead of the end of Mr Auta’s tenure, as required by section 250 (4) of the constitution.

Three months after he was first sworn in as acting chief judge, Mr Kafarati’s appointment was renewed by Mr Onnoghen in December resulting in an expiration of Mr Kafarati’s tenure as acting chief judge in March.

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Mr Buhari eventually forwarded Mr Kafarati’s name to the Senate on June 5.

Speaking during the swearing in ceremony, Mr Onnoghen urged the new chief judge to be optimistic about moving the judiciary to its desired position in Nigeria’s democracy.

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