NASARAWA STATE JUDICIAL SERVICE COMMISSION SHENDAM ROAD-LAFIA
INVITATION FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR APPOINTMENT AS JUDGE OF THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE, NASARAWA STATE JUDICIARY
The Judicial Service Commission hereby calls for expression of interest from suitable qualified candidate for appointment as a superior court Judges, High Court of Justice Nasarawa State.
Interested candidates should have at least ten years of post call experience as provided for under Section 271 (3) and section 281 (3) of the 1999 Constitution and Revised National Judicial Council Guidelines for appointment as Judicial Officer.
Furthermore, Interested Candidates should also forward Ten (10) copies of expression of interest, Curriculum Vitae and Credentials to the office of the Executive Secretary Judicial Service Commission, Permanent Office Complex Opposite Dalhatu Araf Specialist Hospital, Shendam Road-Lafia Nasarawa State from 16th July, 2021 to 30th July, 2021.
With gratitude to Almighty Allah, The Nasarawa State Judicial Service Commission wishes to use this platform to thank all those whose contribution in one way or the other proved to be a landmark effort towards the success of the Commission.
I therefore, give kudos especially to His Excellency, The Executive Governor of Nasarawa State Umaru Tanko Al-Makura, The Chief Judge and Chairman, Judicial Service Commission, Honourable Justice Suleiman Umaru Dikko, The Honourable Attorney – General and Commissioner of Justice Nasarawa State, Dr. Abdulkarim Abubakar Kana,ESQ and indeed members of the Commission and the entire staff of Judicial Service Commission and the Judiciary at large for their contribution, support and encouragement without which we wouldn’t have been where we are today.
The aforementioned personalities deserve more than acknowledgement and therefore, I remain appreciative of their valuable support.
With highest regard.
The Judicial Service Commission, the Apex Body of the State Judiciary, is one of the State Executive Bodies created by virtue of Section 197 part II (C) of the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, as amended.