The Rivers States Governor, Chief Nyesom Wike, has sworn in four new judges into the state’s judiciary.
The governor while swearing-in the four jurists, asked them to show more commitment in the administration of justice and also adhere to their oath of office while performing their duties.
Wike also charged the judges generally to be fearless, firm and steadfast as they dispense justice for the good of the society. He said that the Judiciary had the responsibility to correct the Executive arm of government whenever the executive was wrong.
Naija News learnt that the judges who took the oath are: Justice Florence Fiberesima, immediate Past Solicitor General and Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Justice.
Others were Justice Mark Chuku, a former chief magistrate and deputy chief registrar, and Justice Lemea Ngbor-Abina, a private legal practitioner.
Wike also inaugurated Justice Ericonda Amadi as judge, Rivers Customary Court of Appeal at the occasion.