By Kola Adebobuyi.
Ekiti State Governor, Dr Kayode Fayemi is advocating promotion of independence of judiciary and fair hearing for justice dispensation.
Governor Fayemi gave the indication at the swearing in of Justice Oyewole John Adeyeye as the Acting Chief Judge of the State.
He reaffirmed the determination of his administration
to uphold the independence of the judiciary and the Rule of Law and as well continue to intensify efforts towards ensuring an effective justice delivery system in the State.
Governor Fayemi charged the acting Chief Judge to
maintain high standard of professional competence and
integrity saying he should also contribute positively to the advancement of administration of justice.
The Governor explained that his administration would initiate better reforms in the judicial sector and as well improved welfare for the workers.
The Acting Chief Judge, Justice Adeyeye promised to discharge his duties judiciously and in accordance with the Nation’s Constitution.
Justice John Oyewole Adeyeye as replaces the immediate past Chief Judge Justice Ayodeji Daramola who retired having attained the mandatory age of sixty.
He hails from Araromi Ugbesi in Ekiti East Local Government area of the State.