Arson: Lagos CJ directs Affected Staff Members to Stay at Home, Unaffected Members To Close early
The Lagos State judiciary has directed the staff of some Courts to stay at home till further notice in view of the recent Arson perpetuated on the court.
In an Internal memo released on the 26th, October 2020 and signed by the Director Admin & human resources, Sanusi Kamal Adewale.
“In View of the recent Arson perpetuated on our Court Houses in Lagos, Igbosere, Lagos, the Hon. Chief Judge of Lagos State, Hon. Justice Kazeem O. Alogba has directed the immediate cordon of the Court Houses for safety reasons.
“Further, officers of the affected Court House are advised to stay away from office throughout this week with effect from Monday, 26th October 2020; while the attention of any of the officers may be required by the Hon. Judges or their Head of Units for official assignments in the subsequent weeks.
“It is also to be noted that other members of staff across the State are temporarily to close by 3PM in view of the Statewide curfew imposed by the State Government and on the fact that staff buses are momentarily out of roads.
“The Management seize this medium to appreciate the efforts of all members of staff during these trying periods of the State.
“The Management seize this medium to appreciate the efforts of all members of staff during these trying periods of the State”.
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