By John Ndu : Judges in Anambra state have been charged to dispense their duties in accordance with justice, equity and good conscience.
This was disclosed during the commissioning of an ultra modern Customary Court of Appeal, at Nzam in Anambra West local government area.
Commissioning the edifice, the state Governor, Chief Willie Obiano said that judges play a vital role in adjudicating cases and restoring hope to the hopeless.
Governor Obiano while describing court as the final hope of the masses, urged the president of the Customary Court of Appeal to make judicious use of the edifice in serving the general interest of the people.
The President of the Customary Court of Appeal, Hon Justice Samuel Okoye noted that the project was constructed by the Customary Court of Anambra State, for the Customary Court in Nzam through the support of Governor Obiano led administration.
Justice Okoye expressed his gratitude to the governor, saying the project would bring to 34 the number of Customary Court of Appeal in the state.
Meanwhile, Governor Obiano has inspected the ongoing construction of ultra modern Civic Center at Nzam community.
The Centre which was part of the N20 million community choose your project initiative had 1000 capacity with modern facilities.
The Governor expressed satisfaction on the pace and level of work done, which was at the finishing touches, saying he had mapped out additional N20 million for another phase of the project.
He urged the contractor handling Nzam road to speed up action to ensure completion of the road before rainy season.
In their various reaction, the President General of Nzam, Prince Victor Okolo as well as the Transition Chairman, Anambra West, Hon Tony Collins Nwabunwanne commended Governor Obiano for his administrative legacies geared towards improving the standard of living and transforming the state.
The duo maintained that the Nzam road when completed would open up the communities and further attract more meaningful development and investment.