Daniel Kip Congratulates the Newly Sworn Judges of the High Court and Customary Court of Appeal, Cross River State

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Former Assistant Secretary of NBA  Calabar Branch, Daniel Kip has hailed the Newly Sworn Judges of the High Court and Customary Court of Appeal, Cross River State.

 

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I congratulate the newly sworn Judges of the High Court of Cross River State, and the Customary Court of Appeal of Cross River State.

While we will continue to agitate that the process leading to the appointment of Judges should be made transparent, open and on the basis of competence, capacity, experience, track records, and proven integrity, it is not in doubt that the crop of personalities so enlisted to be sworn-in are no less worthy. I have had cause to experience, first hand, the capacity and competence of some of the appointees while at the Bar, and on the lower Bench.

I trust that these crop of Judges will add value to the Cross River State Judiciary, and exhibit bravery and courage in dispensing justice without fear or favor.

Congratulations once again Your Lordships:

Judges of the High Court of Cross River State-

1. Daniel Ofre Kulo
2. Rita Otu Marshall
3. Odibu Emmanuel Ekaya
4. Obin Blessing Egwu

Judges of the Customary Court of Appeal, Cross River State-

1. Obo Agbor Anthony
2. Ititim Felix Igobi
3. Eunice Oshim Dada
4. Ankpor Jeremiah Arong

May God be with you all as you sojourn in the Bench.

DANIEL KIP



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  1. Man among men says:

    if I may ask, what is the essence of flying the national flag at half mast? I guess it’s an indication of a national tragedy? for a man who attained the Apex of achievement in all dimensions of life including age with due respect to the late (interim) president. But I ask without any mischief:what could be more tragic than the violent death of over 140 persons consisting of young and old in Zamfara State in the hands of the so called bandits? Could it be that the common man has only a numerical or electoral value and no flag value? But whether flag or none, all must appear before the judgement seat of God naked to account for our stewardship here on Earth. RIP to the souls departed.

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