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Delta Governor, Senator Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa (4th left), his wife, Dame Edith Okowa (4th right), his Deputy , Deacon Kingsley Otuaro (3rd left), the Minority Leader, House of Representatives, Rt. Hon Ndudi Elumelu (2nd right), the Speaker, Delta State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon Sheriff Oborevwori (1st Left), and the Secretary to the State Government (SSG), Chief Patrick Ukah (right), shortly after the swearing in ceremony of the State Chief Judge, Justice Theresa Diai (3rd right), and the President, Customary Court of Appeal, Justice Patience Elumeze (2nd left) in Asaba on Tuesday, June 29, 2021. (Pix: Bripin Enarusai)


New Delta Judges: Odiah Describes Diai, Elumeze As History Makers

An Assessor with the Delta State Family Court, Mr Michael Odiah has described the emergence of Justice Theresa Diai and Justice Patience Elumeze as Delta Chief Judge, and President, Customary Court of Appeal respectively, as history making.

Odiah who stated this shortly after the administration of Oath of Office on the duo by the State Governor, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa on Tuesday, noted that this day will forever be remembered by decades of future generations.

In his words, “If history is to have a seat in our schools today, this would be a great day to be remembered, but as God may have it, without the walls of a classroom, this day will forever be remembered, because this is the first time two industrious and eloquent women would head the two tiers of the Delta state Judiciary at the same time, and this is coming at the right time”.

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Mr Odiah who is the immediate past President of the Ubulu-Uku District Customary Court, while congratulating the elevated Judiciary Officers, said, “I have no doubt that the Justices will do exceedingly great as always in all ramifications”.

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