Nigeria: Judiciary Sacks 11 Workers, Demotes 21 Others Over Certificate Forgery 

Nigeria Judiciary Sacks 11 Workers, Demotes 21 Others Over Certificate Forgery (News Central TV)

At least 11 personnel have been dismissed from their jobs and 21 demoted for alleged involvement in certificate forgery, the Adamawa Judicial Service Commission disclosed on Saturday.

This was contained in a statement by the Commission’s Secretary, Hindatu Lamorde, in Yola, who stated that the affected persons were culpable of certificate forgery to gain entry into the Judiciary, as well as to obtain promotions.

“The commission approved the demotion of a magistrate to registrar for involving in corruption.

“It also approved demotion for 20 staff for using fake certificates to obtain promotions and 11 others for presenting forged certificates to secure employment into state judiciary,” she revealed.

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She further revealed the appointment of two deputy registrars for the High Court, one Director, one Deputy Director and one acting Deputy Registrar for Sharia Court of Appeal, Chief Registrar and substantive Deputy Registrar for Customary Court of Appeal, all recently approved by the commission

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