Erebe Tasks Corp Members On Commitment To Duties

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Front roll middle is the Solicitor-General and Permanent secretary Ministry of Justice, Asaba Delta State Omamuzo Erebe Esq. Next to him left is Jonah Otite Esq, Head of Chambers, office of the Solicitor-General and Permanent secretary of the Ministry of Justice amongst Batch C stream 1 Corp members serving in The Ministry of Justice on the occasion of their meeting with the Solicitor-General and Permanent secretary.

BY ONORIODE ETATSEMI

Batch C stream 1 Corp members serving in the Delta State Ministry of Justice have been advised to always key into the policy direction of the Ministry and discharge their duties with utmost commitments in order to add values to themselves and the state in general.

The Solicitor-General and Permanent Secretary in the State Ministry of Justice, Omamuzo Erebe Esq gave the advice during a meeting with the corp members in Asaba.

Mr. Erebe emphasised the need for them to be diligent in carrying out every assignment, adding that it was gratifying to be diligent.

He said that the Ministry of Justice would pay the Bar practising fee for everyone of them that had been called to Bar in order to encourage them for optimum service delivery.

Mr. Erebe enjoined them to take the Law profession seriously while enjoining them to exhibit competence on what they studied and as well acquaint themselves with the Law Report at all times.

The Solicitor-General and Permanent Secretary of the Ministry hinted that the Ministry would do subscription for the Nigerian weekly Law Report for those that had been called to Bar among them.

He assured the corp members that the Ministry would take seriously every issue concerning their welfare, noting that the Ministry would do everything humanly possible to encourage them so as to enhance their productivity.

Mr. Erebe stated that as corp members they were bound to make mistakes but should learn from such mistakes , stressing that nobody was perfect.

Earlier, some of the corp members who spoke commended the State Attorney-General and Commissioner for Justice, Mr. Isaiah Bozimo and the Solicitor-General /Permanent Secretary, Mr. Omamuzo Erebe for their Supportive and fatherly role to them.

They appealed for remuneration from the Ministry even as they pledged to be dedicated to their duties.

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