By Aminu Dalhatu.
Governor Uba Sani of Kaduna State has sworn in Mohammed Aminu Danjuma as the new Grand Khadi of Kaduna State Sharia Court of Appeal.
At the ceremony at government House Kaduna, Governor Uba Sani urged the new grand khadi to discharge his constitutional mandate in accordance with the law and without fear or favour.
He commended the National Judiciary Council for recommending highly experience legal practitioner and distinguished scholar of Islamic law for the appointment as the grand khadi.
Malam Uba Sani expressed confidence that the new grand khadi Mohammed Aminu would reposition the sharia court of appeal, saying that his government would continue to give the judiciary the support it need to perform optimally and ensure access to justice for the citizens.
Governor sani also stated that, to serve people of the state better and advance the social justice, there must be synergy between the executive and judiciary.
He urged the new khadi to work assiduously to strengthen the discipline of the staff of the sharia court of the appeal and in particular that of lower court who are the closest judges to the masses.
He maintained that, There have been a lot of complains from the grassroot about the untold activities of lower court judges, described the action as unacceptable.
“The state government will strengthen it’s cooperation and partnership with anti corruption agencies to effectively fight corruption in the judiciary and the civil service in general”
Interview with Newmen, the new Grand Khadi Mohammed Aminu Danjuma pledged to work assiduously to deliver on the mandate given to him.