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NJC screens 22 justices for Supreme Court

The National Judicial Council (NJC) has screened 22 justices nominated as justices of the Supreme Court. The 22 justices were nominated by the Federal Judicial…

The National Judicial Council (NJC) has screened 22 justices nominated as justices of the Supreme Court.

The 22 justices were nominated by the Federal Judicial Service Commission (FJSC) recently to fill the 12 vacancies that have arisen at the apex court in the past two years.

A source in the council informed Daily Trust yesterday that the interview was the final part of the selection process as the nominees have undergone written and computer-based tests.

The source further stated that the outcome of the high-level screening would determine those who would eventually be appointed irrespective of the list they appear as the selection process is performance-based.

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The list comprises 11 justices on the priority list and another 11 as reserves.

Among the priority list are Justices Jummai Hannatu Sankey (Plateau, North Central); Stephen Adah (Kogi, North Central); Mohammed Baba Idris (Niger, North Central); Haruna Simon Tsammani (Bauchi, North East); Jamilu Yamamma Tukur (Gombe, North East ); Abubakar Sadiq Umar (Kebbi, North West); and Chidiebere Uwaoma Uwa (Abia, South East); Obande Festus Ogbuinya (Ebonyi, South East); Ugochukwu Anthony Ogakwu (Enugu, South East); Moore Aseimo Abraham Adumein (Bayelsa, South-South) and Habeeb Adewale Olumuyiwa Abiru (Lagos, South West).

Those on the reserve list are Ibrahim Sirajo (Plateau, North Central); Ridwan Maiwada Abdullahi (Nasarawa, North Central); Joseph Shagbaor Ikyegh (Benue, North Central); Abubakar Talba (Adamawa, North Central); Balkisu Bello Aliyu (Zamfara, North West); Abdullahi Mahmud Bayero (); Onyekachi Aja Otisi (Abia, South East); Theresa Ngolika Orji-Abadua (Imo, South East); Chioma Egondu Nwosu-Iheme (Imo, South East); Biobele Abraham Georgewill (Rivers, South-South); and Oyewole Joseph Olubunmi Kayode (Osun, South West).

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