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BREAKING: Governor Fintiri swear in Barrister Caleb Atiman as member judicial service commission

Published by on May 13th, 2020.


GOV. FINTIRI SWEARS-IN BARRISTER ATMAN AS MEMBER JUDICIAL SERVICE COMMISSION

Barrister Caleb Atiman has been sworn-in as a member of the Adamawa state judicial Service Commission to replaced Clement Jakinwa from Guyuk who served his five tenure as a member of the commission.

The occasion which took place at the office of the governor with strict adherence to the social distancing guidelines, Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri tasks Barrister Caleb Atiman to discharge his duties in accordance with the oath of office.

Governor Fintiri congratulates barrister Caleb for his well-deserved appointment urging him to use his wealth of experience to add to the beauty of the judiciary being the last hope of the common man.

The Governor challenged him to abide by the oath which stimulates that he will treat all manner of people without fear or favor adding to the fundamental reforms in the judiciary system in Adamawa state.

Responding, Barrister Caleb Atiman appreciates the Governor for the confidence reposed in him promising that he will not betray it for any human reasons.

He says, he accepted the appointment base on the sincerity of the Governor in trying to make Adamawa state great Again after rejecting such offers in the past administrations.

The occasion was attended by the Deputy governor Chief Crowther Seth, Chief of Staff to the Governor Professor Maxwell Gidado among other senior government officials.

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Highlight of the ceremony was administering the oath of allegiance on the appointee by Commissioner of Justice Barrister Afraimu Jingi.

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