We Can Be Great If Executive & Legislative Do Their Jobs Well – Wike:- Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike has pronounced that if the Executive and Legislative Arms of Government do their official obligations in accordance with the constitution, Nigeria would gain enormous ground.
Talking during a Special Banquet in Honor of the resigning President of Court of Appeal, Justice Zainab Bulkachuwa at the Government House Port Harcourt on Friday night, Governor Wike emphasized that the Judiciary remains the most exceptional arm of Government in the nation.
He stated: “This nation is having difficulties as a result of the Executive and Legislative Arms of Government. On the off chance that the Executive and Legislative Arms make the right decision, the nation would push ahead. “The National Assembly due to governmental issues, neglects to make the right decision.
At the point when the Executive and Legislative Arms of Government submit blunders, they avoid any responsibility to the Judiciary.” He said in any event, when the eighth National Assembly passed the Electoral Act, that perceived the Card Reader, the President would not give his consent.
He noticed that the pending protected revision launched by the National Assembly will add up to nothing simply like the past activities.
“Unfailingly, there is constantly a protected revision, however at last nothing comes our of it. Indeed, even the one just began won’t yield anything unique”, he said.
Senator Wike kept up that the Judiciary is the least degenerate of the three Arms of Government. He said that the Judiciary has stayed steady in the translation of laws to the benefit of the nation. He said that the country’s popular government is as yet flourishing a direct result of the positive jobs and impact of the Judiciary. “Without the Judiciary, there will be no majority rules system right now.
This present nation’s majority rules system is being supported by the Judiciary “, he said. Resigning President of the Court of Appeal, Justice Zainab Bulkachuwa said that she is in Rivers State as a feature of her validictory procedure. She said that the validictory procedure is a custom of the Court of Appeal.
She educated that she was in Asaba, Awka, Enugu, where she held her first validictory session and will visit Kano, Gombe, Yola and Ilorin as a component of the retirement procedure, while it will end in Abuja. She complimented the Rivers State Government under the administration of Governor Wike for reconstructing the Court of Appeal Port Harcourt complex, redesigning the Judges Quarters of the Court of Appeal in Port Harcourt and putting resources into the advancement of Judges Quarters for Rivers State Judiciary.
She stated: “We have been given a helpful air where we complete our work at the Court of Appeal, Port Harcourt Division. “With my administration, I can be agreeable anyplace in Nigeria.” Justice Bulkachuwa stressed that since she made her vow of office as a legal official in 1980, she has endeavored to be fair-minded consistently. “Since I was a Magistrate, when I made my vow of office to be fair-minded, I have attempted to be unbiased.
In the Court of Appeal, I attempt to be as fair-minded as I can be. “In the days to come, we will have adequate Judges to man the two Courts in Port Harcourt “, she said.
Exhibiting blessings to the resigning President of Court of Appeal and other female Justices of the Court of Appeal, the Wife of the Rivers State Governor, Justice Eberechi Suzzette Nyesom-Wike said in the wake of seeing the Validictory Session for the President of Court of Appeal, her regard for Justice Bulkachuwa developed. She said Justice Bulkachuwa through the procurement of training has added to the improvement of her state and the whole nation.
She said that the resigning President of the Court of Appeal should keep on serving Nigeria as she said in her Validictory Speech. Managing Judge of the Court of Appeal, Port Harcourt Division, AAB Gumel depicted the Port Harcourt Division as truly outstanding in the nation.
Secretary to the Rivers State Government, Dr Tammy Danagogo in an invite address praised Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike for his pledge to the advancement of access to Justice. He said that privilege from his first day in office, Governor Wike opened the courts shut by the quick past Administration in the state.
In a toast to the Judiciary, the Head of Service, Rivers State, Mr Rufus Godwins said that the Judiciary is the best arm of Government regarding execution. Equity M.M. Garba, Presiding Judge of Court of Appeal, Lagos Division, praised the Rivers State Governor for putting resources into the recreation of the Court of Appeal working in Port Harcourt and the development of Judges Quarters for Judges of Rivers State High Court .
Previous Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Rt Hon Austin Opara in a toast to the Federal Republic of Nigeria, petitioned God for the nation to accomplish advancement. The State Banquet to pay tribute to the resigning President of the Court of Appeal saw the rich showcase of the way of life and moves of Rivers State and Nigeria. Humorists likewise excited the crowd. We Can Be Great If Executive & Legislative Do Their Jobs Well – Wike.