By: Valentine Adese,
In order to contribute to efficient and effective “Administration of Justice”, the Jos Branch Christian Lawyers Fellowship of Nigeria (CLASFON) is organizing a training program for Court Registrars and Bailiffs in Jos, the Plateau state capital.
The program, which is to hold on 31st January 2018, from 9.00am at Jos Business School, Rayfield, Jos, Plateau State is expected to, retool and refresh the skills of the officers stem out of perceived observations to reposition the officers responsible for the filing and service of court processes and execution of judgment and orders of the courts for the effective and smooth administration of justice.
According to CLASFON’s Press release made available to REALITY, the training program is part of its Corporate Social Responsibility.
“The Jos Branch of the Christian Lawyers Fellowship of Nigeria, as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility is organizing a one day training programme for Court Registrars and Bailiffs in the Plateau State Judiciary. As stakeholders in the effective and efficient administration of justice, CLASFON has observed the gradual slide in the efficient discharge of the functions/duties of Bailiffs and Registrars who man the various courts. We are of the belief that bailiffs and Registrars play a vital and pivotal role in the administration of justice. We therefore hold the view that there is the need to refresh or train this cadre of manpower in order to effectively discharge the demands of their office.” The release stated.
Good will messages are expected from the Hon. Chief Judge of the state, the Hon. Attorney-General and Commissioner of Justice, Plateau State, the Chairman, Nigerian Bar Association, Jos Branch, the Chairman, JUSUN and the National President CLASFON