Oyo judiciary gets phone donation from Ibadan NBA

The Chief Judge of Oyo State, Justice Munta Ladipo Abimbola on behalf of the state judiciary, collected the donation of phone lines from the Ibadan branch of the Nigeria Bar Association (NBA), on Monday.

The phone lines, according to the executives of the bar, are given as its contribution towards improving service delivery in the judiciary especially in terms of communication.

Speaking during the presentation, Justice Abimbola said the new telephone lines will be made available to lawyers who may need to have updates on information regarding their cases and adequate monitoring of their processes.

According to him, this will undoubtedly assist in case tracking and management and ultimately lead to improved service delivery and seamless synergy between lawyers and the courts.

Justice Abimbola expressed appreciation to the NBA Ibadan branch and assured them of quick dispensation of justice, reiterating that partnership between the NBA and the judiciary will be enhanced and unprecedented, leading to a more effective justice delivery system.


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