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Treat judiciary, legislature as partners, not appendages – Lawmaker tells Governors




Because the strike embarked upon by the Parliamentary Workers Affiliation of Nigeria and Judicial Workers Union of Nigeria (JUSUN) has grounded the 2 arms of presidency, a member of the Home of Representatives , Hon. Omowumi Ogunlola, has appealed to govt to all the time deal with the judiciary and legislature as companions.


Particularly, Ogunlola suggested the State Governors to work harmoniously with the judiciary and legislature to develop the nation’s democracy, moderately than seeing them as appendages of the chief arm.

The All Progressives Congress lawmaker, who’s representing Ekiti West/ Efon/ Ijero Federal constituency, spoke in Ijero Ekiti, Ijero Native Authorities space, on Saturday.

Lamenting the entire closure of the judicial and legislative arms throughout the nation, Ogunlola mentioned: “The structure could be very express that there are three arms of presidency, although interrelated, with categorised and established capabilities to the extent that there shouldn’t be encroachment.

“However it’s regrettable that something goes in Nigeria, due to our penchant for illegalities. In relation to the problems of correct functions of the legal guidelines, custodians of the legal guidelines will distance themselves or maintain silent. The unlucky factor now could be that our legal guidelines are not revered.

“My recommendation to the executives is that, they need to not see the Judiciary and Legislature as appendages, however as companions. The Nationwide Meeting is making ready for a assessment of our legal guidelines and we’re going to assessment this and spell out the capabilities of all of the arms to indicate how actual governance must be,” Ogunlola acknowledged.

The Secretary to the State Authorities, Hon. Biodun Oyebanji, described the lawmaker as a worthy consultant of the folks, who has not dissatisfied her constituents.

Oyebanji assured that every one the developmental initiatives being executed in Ijero Native authorities by Governor Kayode Fayemi would proceed, applauding the lawmaker for not neglecting any city within the federal constituency.

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