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Anambra State Government To Collaborate For Speedy Dispensation Of Justice

The Anambra Government and the Police Command in the state on Wednesday 20th of April 2022 agreed to work in hand to strengthen synergy for speedy dispensation of justice and to eliminate crime.

Today, in an agreement reach by the government led by top officials of the ministry, Prof. Sylvia Ifemeje, the Attorney-General and Commissioner for Justice in Anambra, today tour to visit commissioner of police, Mr Echeng Echeng, (CP) in the Anambra state.

According to prof. Ifemeje stated that the courtesy visit was a process to find an administrative justice in the state.

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Also promised to make the anambra State multi-door court house.

She said “We have come to visit the CP in Anambra to extend hands of fellowship to him, and find ways to partner with them on crime elimination and addressing insecurity to the barest minimum.

“We understand the role of Police in justice dispensation, and we discussed elaborately on virtual hearings and filtering of cases all in the bid to ensure speedy dispensation of justice in the state with minimal delay.

“Gov. Chukwuma Soludo is passionate about speedy justice, that is why we are here to ask for the cooperation of the Police,”

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However, the CP, Echeng responded that they shall give an hundred percent support and achieve speedy dispensation of services.

“The Police need the ministry of justice, and the ministry needs us in the speedy and effective dispensation of justice. We discussed extensively and my command assured the commissioner of full support.

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“We shall give them 100 per cent support and do whatever we can do to help achieve speedy dispensation of justice.

“We don’t want our investigations to last more than necessary just as we don’t want to keep suspects more than necessary, unless those who are involved in crimes that police don’t have powers to bail,” he said.



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