HOS Urges Justice Ministry to emulate legacy of past legal practitioners.

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By Khadija Aliyu

The Kano State Head of Civil Service (HOS), Alhaji Abdullahi Musa has urged staff of ministry of Justice, to carry on the legacy of the past legal practitioners, who made the state proud.

Alhaji Abdullahi made the call, during a meeting with staff of Ministry of Justice, held in Kano.

This was contained in a statement, signed by the Director Public Enlightenment office of the head of civil Service, Bintu Nuhu Yakasai, and made available to Radio Nigeria in Kano.

He charged staff to report to duty saying that, reporting on time has advantages, that would pave way for timely and adequate preparation of courts to treat cases.

The HOS, advised legal practitioners in the state, to generate innovative ideas and approaches, that would improve legal practice according to global standard.

Alhaji Abdullahi emphasized the need for transparency and accountability in the legal system,saying that,it would promote improvement in the efficiency of the court system.

While at the Ministry of Tourism and Culture and Kano State History and Culture Bureau, the head of Civil Service charged them, to focus on preserving the State’s History and culture for future generation.

He identified educational programme about the State’s History and Culture, promoting the State’s heritage through arts, music and other forms of cultural expression, as major catalysts to the development of the sector.

Responding the Executive Secretary, History and Culture Bureau, Ahmad Abba Yusuf, hinted that, the bureau is taking steps to elevate it’s standard by upgrading facilities and infrastructure to achieve the desired objectives.

Those who accompanied the Head of Service includes the Permanent Secretary, Salaries and Wages, Ibrahim Lawal Boyi, Dan Asabe Yahaya, Permanent Secretary, SERVICOM, Director of Service Charter and Service Improvement, Aminu Imam Wali, and the entire members of Public Enlightenment Department, Office of the Head of Service Kano State.

During the visit, a five member committee was inaugurated to monitor punctuality, cleanliness and other issues related to the Ministries, and the History and Culture Bureau.

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