Nasiru Muazu, chairman of the Judicial Service Commission, is confirmed by the Niger Assembly

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The State Judicial Service Commission has appointed Nasiru Muazu as its chairman, and this nomination has been confirmed by members of the Niger State House of Assembly.

Additionally, they affirmed the commission members’ appointments to positions as Alh. Ibrahim Musa Kigera, Adamu Isah Mashegu, Barr. Adamu Usman, Barr. Waziri Abdulkadir, and Isyaku Fawa.

The chairman of the Committee on Judiciary and Legal Matters and representative for the Borgu constituency, Abdulrahman Bala Gambo, informed the House in his report that the nominees had undergone screening to determine their eligibility and qualification for the appointment prior to the confirmation during plenary.

He states: “The nominees’ curriculum vitae and credentials were screened, and they were found worthy of the appointment because they provided thoughtful responses to many of the questions posed.”

Additionally, Abdulrahman Bala Gambo’s measure to create a housing program for state judicial personnel was approved by the assembly.

During the report’s presentation, Gambo stated that the housing scheme law would give judicial officers personal residences and act as a strong incentive for them to rebuff any temptations that would jeopardize the morality of their work as judges.

“The bill will help to promote judicial independence and reduce all forms of corruption among judicial officers,” the congressman stated.

Speaker Abdulmalik Mohammed Sarkin Daji read the bill aloud three times following the report’s presentation, and it was subsequently signed into law.

After that, he thanked the members of the Committee on Judiciary and Legal Matters for their excellent work and gave the clerk instructions to send the law’s clean copies to the executive branch for approval.

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