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BENUE: GOV. ORTOM SWEARS-IN IORWUESE LIGOM AS MEMBER JUDICIAL SERVICE COMMISSION


Governor Samuel Ortom today swore in Mr John Iyorwuese Ligom as a member of the Benue State Judicial Service Commission.

Mr Ligom, a retired Permanent Secretary in the Benue State Civil Service replaces late Othaniel Akume who died and had since been buried.


Governor Ortom while congratulating Ligom on his appointment and swearing-in, described him as a man of impeccable antecedents who rose to the peak of his career as a civil servant.

The Governor expressed optimism that his appointment would add value to justice administration in the state.


Mr Ligom in a response, thanked God and Governor Ortom for the opportunity to serve the State as member of the Judicial Service Commission and pledged commitment to his assigned duties.


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