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Gov. Ishaku commissioning court complexTaraba State Governor, Arc. Darius Dickson Ishaku,  yesterday commissioned two office complexes within Jalingo metropolis and used the opportunity to commend Taraba State Chief Judge,  Justice Josephine Yakubu Tuktur for her foresight.

Governor Darius Ishaku said he is confident that with beautiful courtrooms, it will enhance the performance of Judicial officers in the State.

He stated that his administration will accord the Judiciary adequate attention so that justice will be dispensed fairly to all manner of people devoid of sentiment and with total respect to the rule of law.

Governor Darius Ishaku praised her vision for naming one of the complexes after the former Chief Justice of Nigeria CJN,  Justice Mahmoud Mohammed retired, who has distinguished himself in the law profession and a revered judge of international repute.

Earlier in her speech, the Taraba State Chief Judge, Justice Josephine Tuktur told the Governor that the court complexes constructed is to ensure that judicial officers in the State operate under conducive working environment so that they will be able to live up to their billings as judicial officers.

Justice Josephine Tuktur also said it has become absolutely important to honour one of its own who has written his name in gold in the judicial clime in the country and beyond.

The commissioned Court complexes were the Industrial Court and Magistrate court constructed near the Afolahan square while that of Mile six will house Area Court and Magistrate Court respectively.

Governor Darius Ishaku also inspected the new office complex of Taraba Aids Control Agency TACA  and new temporary office complex for newly created NGADA Development Area at TSBS Complex.