The Chief Judge of Lagos State, Justice Kazeem Alogba has assured the National Association of Women Judges in Nigeria, NAWJN, of his unflinching support at all times.
Justice Alogba gave this assurance while receiving members of the Association on a courtesy visit to his office in Ikeja High Court.
He assured the association of its total support in ensuring that all the female judges in the state participated in the maiden edition of the International Day of Women Judge’s symposium scheduled to hold tomorrow.
Justice Alogba noted that women play vital roles in society, homes, governance, professions, and all walks of life.
In a remark, President of the National Association of Women Judges in Nigeria, Justice J.H. Sankey, J.C.A. revealed that the association has reserved two days to mark the national programme.
According to Justice Sankey, the symposium is expected to bring together female Judges from all Judicial Divisions across the country and from all High courts to the Appellate courts and apex courts in Nigeria.
The Symposium is titled: “The challenges of investigation and prosecution of Sexual Offences: the Lagos State Experience”), to mark the day.
The Governor of Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo-Olu will be hosting the maiden edition of the International Day of Women Judge’s symposium as a pacesetter in the judiciary system of Nigeria
The symposium is scheduled to hold at the Grand African Ball Room, of the Lagos Continental Hotel, Kofo Abayomi Street, Victoria Island, Lagos.