Chief Judge of Kogi State Is Dead

The Chief Judge of Kogi State, Nasir Ajanah has died in Abuja after a brief illness. In reaction to the death of the legal luminary, the Kogi State Government has released a statement signed by the state’s Commissioner for Information and Communications, Mr. Kingsley Fanwo.

The statement reads thus, “The passing of the legal luminary is a massive blow to the Government and people of Kogi State for his brilliant justice administration throughout his career as a judge and his tenure as the Chief Judge of Kogi State.

“He will be missed for his tenacity of purpose and outstanding commitment to the sanctity of the temple of justice. He was a collosus in the noble profession of law.

“The state government will work with the family of the late Chief Justice to give him a befitting burial. His shoes will be impossible to fill. May God forgive all his shortcomings and grant him eternal life.”

Even though it is reported that the Honourable Justice died from Covid-19 complications, this has not been confirmed by family members yet.

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