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Jigawa High Court judges go on vacation

10 July 2015, 21:32

Dutse - High Court judges in Jigawa are to go on vacation from July 13 to Sept. 16, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports.

Notice of the vacation is contained in a statement issued by Abbas Wangara, the public relations Officer, Jigawa Judiciary in Dutse on Friday.

The statement noted that "pursuant to the provision of Order 45 (5) of the Jigawa State High Court Rules 2008, all high court judges shall be on vacation from July 13 to Sept. 16, 2015.’’

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It stated that Justice Abdulhadi Suleiman would remain as vacation judge during the period and would sit at the High Court Complex, Dutse.

It wished the judges happy vacation and prayed to Almighty Allah to protect them, the state and the nation in general.

"On behalf of the entire staff and management of the state judiciary, we wish the judges happy vacation.

"May Almighty Allah continue to guide and protect our state and the nation at large," the statement said. 



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