*By Kazeem Awojoodu, Ibadan.
Governor Makinde says his administrations will not interfere in the duties of Judiciary.
SWIndependentnews.com.ng reports that the Oyo State Governor Seyi Makinde has assured the people of the state, that he will never interfere in the appointment of Judges in the state.
The Governor gave the assurance during the swearing in of newly appointed Judges of high court of justice, and Oyo state customary court on Tuesday.
The Executive Chamber of Governor’s Office Agodi Ibadan on Tuesday hosted the Members of the State Judiciary as Governor Seyi Makinde Sworn in newly appointed four Judges of the State high Court of Justice, and a newly appointed Judge of the state customary court.
The Judges are Mrs Olusola Adetujoye, Mrs Olabimpe Segun-Olakojo, Prof. Elijah Taiwo, and Dr Kazeem Adedokun, for the State High Court of Justice, while Mrs Olubukola Ajadi was also sworn in as state customary court judge.
Governor Makinde while addressing the newly appointed Judges said that “the welfare of all serving and retired judicial officers in the state would continue to be given adequate priority.
He enjoined the newly sworn in Judges to be up and doing and discharge their duties accordingly.
The program was attended by the deputy Governor of the state, Eng. Rauf Olaniyan, Oyo state Chief judge, justice Munta Abimbola, the Secretary to the State Government SSG, Mrs Olubamiwo Adeosun, Commissioners, Members of the state judiciary, PDP Leaders in the state among others.