Gboyega Oyetola, the Governor of Osun State on Friday inducted Adebayo Salimon as the brand new Commissioner for the state’s Judicial Service Fee.
The governor put in Adebayo from Ejigbo Native Authorities after the state Home of Meeting screening.
Adebayo succeeded Nathaniel Agunbiade who occupied the place till his latest appointment because the Commissioner for Lands and Bodily Planning within the State.
Inaugurating the brand new Commissioner on the EXCO Lounge, Oyetola mentioned the appointment was essential because the Fee stays an indispensable organ of the Judiciary within the state which oversees the processes of appointment and self-discipline of officers presiding over the state courts.
Oyetola famous that the function of the Fee has turn out to be expedient because of the necessity to keep the integrity of the courts and make sure the clean dispensation of justice within the state.
He charged the brand new appointee to discharge his duties with utmost sincerity, worry of God and work in the direction of the safety of the sanctity of the judicial system.
“The method of choosing and appointing members of the Fee is essentially a radical and painstaking one, which is geared toward producing the perfect of the perfect amongst us.
“Undoubtedly, the necessity to keep the integrity of the courts and make sure the clean dispensation of justice within the State makes such thoroughness completely expedient.
In his welcome remarks, the Legal professional Basic and Commissioner for Justice, Femi Akande, recommended the administration of Governor Oyetola for being dedicated to the promotion of the justice sector and the enthronement of the rule of legislation within the State.
Additionally current on the event had been the Chief Choose of the state, Justice Oyebola Adepele Ojo; the Secretary to the State Authorities, Prince Wole Oyebamiji; the Chief of Employees to the Governor, Dr Charles Akinola; Deputy Chief of Employees, Prince Abdullahi Binuyo; the Head of Service, Dr Festus Oyebade; members of the State cupboard; and members of the State Judicial Service Fee.