Chief Judge of Kogi State, Justice Nasiru Ajanah has
expressed concern over lack of proper investigations of cases, which he observed always delay administration of justice.
Justice Ajanah disclosed this while receiving the new state Commissioner of Police at his office in Lokoja yesterday, saying state judiciary would continue to partner with police on administration of justice.
However, he assured the state police command of a good working relationship, pointing out that the prison service was not playing its role of reforming the convicts, as some of them found their ways back to prison.
“We shall continue to cooperate with police so that the people of the state will sleep with their eyes closed,” he said.
Justice Ajanah also expressed gratitude to the police command for the critical role it played during the kidnap saga of Justice Samuel Obayomi of Okene High Court.
Earlier, the state Commissioner of Police, Emmanuel Ojukwu explained that the judiciary played a key role in the trial of criminals, stressing that his visit was to seek further cooperation and support from the judiciary.
Ojukwu noted that police could not do it alone and that is why they had been preaching partnership, adding that the command would work assiduously to justify the confidence reposed on it.
The police boss maintained that the command was ready to bring every criminal to book, adding that police would continue to strive to maintain a good relationship with the judiciary.
He therefore appealed to the state judiciary to give accelerated hearing to any case brought before it.

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