By Muh’d Zangina Kura, Dutse
The National President of the Nigerian Bar Association Mr Olumide Akpata has called on states judiciaries and other public and private legal institutions to support their staffs to go for regular and continue legal training for effective legal administration in Nigeria.
The president made the called while delivering his keynote addresses during at a two day training of legal practitioners on the implementation of the criminal justice law in Jigawa state and also the official commissioning of NBA Dutse branch new headquarter.
He said, effective implementation of justice administration is key to peace stability and progress of any given society, and therefore the legal practitioners must keep up upgrading their knowledge through regular training to enable them to met up with new dimensional changes and challenges in the society.
“We lawyers what we are selling or offering to the public is knowledge, and
When ever we allowed the pipeline of the knowledge to block that means the end of the journey”
“So legal practitioners must always keep themselves abreast with modern techniques and innovation on global standard system of justice administration for them to survive in the system” he declared
Mr Akpata than, promised to collaborate with other stakeholders to make the new befitting headquarter of NBA Dutse Branch as a center for continues training of lawyers in the state and beyond.
In his speech at the occasion organized by Nigerian Bar Association Dutse Branch in collaboration with MacArthur Foundation, the chief judge Jigawa state Justice Umar Maigari Sadeeq said, the state government in collaboration with other stakeholders has been doing a lot to ensure the full implementation of new administrative system of criminal justice law in the state.
He explained that, the laws canes with new innovations that will guarantee the right of a man standing trail and also speedy justice dispensation, therefore the Jigawa state will do everything possible to ensure its full implementation against all odds.