The Federal Superior Court docket will, on March 31, start its Easter vacation.
The Main Choose, Justice Tsoho, disclosed this in a statement signed by the FHC’s Assistant Director of Information and facts, Dr Catherine Oby-Christopher, stating the trip would final until April 17.
“This is pursuant to the provisions of Order 46, Rule 4 (b) of the Federal Significant Court docket (Civil Course of action) Rules, 2019 (as amended).
“The court would resume sitting down on Tuesday, April 18, 2023, in all judicial divisions,” he explained.
In accordance to the CJ, all through the family vacation interval, the Abuja, Lagos and Port-Harcourt judicial divisions shall keep on being open to the community only for cases of excessive urgency.
Tsoho reported the Abuja judicial division would cater for circumstances from the Federal Funds Territory, North Central, North-Western and North-Japanese parts of the nation with Justices Ahmed Mohammed and Donatus Okorowo presiding.
“The Lagos division will cater for circumstances from all the South Western states, even though the Port-Harcourt judicial division will be dependable for cases from all states in the South-South and South Jap geo-political zones,” he said.
The CJ explained while Justices T.G. Ringim and A.O. Awogboro would serve as vacation judges at Lagos division, Justices A.T. Mohammed and S.I. Mark would preside at Port-Harcourt division for the duration of the holiday break interval.
“The trip judges and heads of divisions are as common advised to instantly refer to the Hon. Main Judge all matters which they feel might have to have His Lordship’s urgent awareness and directives.
“The Main Decide of the Federal Substantial Court docket of Nigeria, Honorable Justice John T. Tsoho, needs his fellow lordships a fantastic getaway in advance,” the statement concluded.