“Flush out Corrupt Tendencies in justice delivery” – Governor Lalong tells Plateau Judges
Judges in Plateau State have been cautioned to ensure that all corrupt tendencies, which are capable of ridiculing the justice delivery system as well as hampering of good governance, are being rid off.
Plateau state Governor, Barr Simon Lalong, disclosed this at the swearing-in ceremony of 3 additional judges and the Head of Service, Mr. Izang Atang Azi, recently at Government House, Little Rayfield, in Jos.
He further charged them to do their best to live and work dutifully, according to the requirement of office, being true to the dictates of their conscience, and to do their best to serve as examples to many within and without the office.
The governor urged them to strive and live above aboard and, above all, be God-fearing in their service to the people, knowing full well that they are accountable to God and humanity.
Barr Lalong further urged them to join hands with the government in rebuilding the state, so that justice, accountability, and transparency in the management and distribution of common wealth could be attained.
He also called on all citizens of plateau, irrespective of political affiliations, ethnic extraction, or religious persuasion, to join hands in the plateau project.