PREMIUMLowest case backlog in history: Reforms make Supreme Court more productive

first_imgLOG INDon’t have an account? Register here Google Topics : Log in with your social account Forgot Password ? Supreme-Court Hatta-Ali Jokowi-second-term judiciary-system After years of reforms, the Supreme Court has improved its productivity in resolving cases, resulting in the lowest-ever case pile at the end of last year.The country’s top court produced more than 20,000 rulings in 2019 compared to 17,638 in 2018, lifting its productivity rate to almost 99 percent from 95 percent in the preceding year.Ninety-six percent, or more than 19,000, of the rulings were made in less than three months since the case was accepted by the court.Supreme Court chief justice Hatta Ali said the achievements were due to simplified and accelerated judicial processes the court had implemented over the past five years.He said the court has been modernizing itself with the establishment of e-court and e-litigation systems. The e-court had handled more than 47,000 cases and the e-litigation had been met with high participation with more than 21,000 peopl… Facebook Linkedinlast_img read more

SWAN condemns robbery attack on FC Ifeanyi Ubah

first_imgRelatedPosts Super 6: SWAN applauds FC Ifeanyi Ubah NEROS/Anambra FA Cup: Drama as fan seizes football during penalty shootout NPFL: Nwagua’s brace lifts Pillars over FC Ifeanyi Ubah Sports Writers Association of Nigeria, Anambra, has condemned the armed robbery attack on the team of Nnewi based FC Ifeanyi Ubah on their way to honour their Week Six fixtures against Jigawa Golden Stars on Friday.According to China Ubah, Chairman of the club, the team was attacked by armed robbers operating at Kabba Junction near Lokoja in Kogi State.The association in a statement signed by Anthony Oji and Chimezie Anaso, Chairman and Secretary respectively expressed solidarity with the team in their time of grief.“Members of SWAN Anambra Chapter wish to express their strong solidarity with FC Ifeanyi Ubah, the flagship Football Club of Anambra state at this time of momentary shock.“Anambra SWAN regret and condemn the incident which occurred on November 29 and caused gun injuries to two occupants of the vehicle conveying the team to their NPFL M D 6 Week match against Jigawa Golden Star in Kano,” he said.The SWAN chairman described the moment as mixed feeling for it as it had nominated the Club for recognition as the most successful football club side in Anambra.“We thank God that no life was lost while we pray for quick recovery of those who were injured, more importantly that the trauma of the unfortunate attack may evaporate from the psyche of the team.“For us, it is a message of both congratulations and solidarity to the team because FCIU will later today, Saturday Nov. 30 be recognised as the Most Successful Football Club in Anambra at the Lecture/Recognition Night of the Anambra SWAN Week in Awka,” he added.  Tags: FC Ifeanyi Ubahlast_img read more