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BREAKING: Dapo Abiodun swears in three new Judges in Ogun

Three new judges of the Ogun state High Court and Customary Court of Appeal have been sworn in by Governor Dapo Abiodun.

The event was held at the Cinema hall of the Hubert Ogunde, Cultural Centre, Abeokuta.

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The urged the new judges to always uphold the fundamental principles of rule of law, shun greed and corruption.

He also tasked them on maintaining a high degree of integrity in discharging their duties, adding that judiciary remains the last hope of the masses.

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Abiodun said the three judges were appointed on the basis of their “unwavering dedication, integrity and profound understanding of the intricacies of the judicial system.”

He urged them to not only rise above temptations but also be honest in the discharge of their judicial duties.

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