Babatunde Fashola, governor of Lagos state, has approved the appointment of four high court judges for the state.
In a statement issued on Wednesday, Grace Alo, public relations officer of the Lagos state judiciary, disclosed that the governor’s approval came after the recommendation of the national judicial council headed by Aloma Mukhtar, the chief justice of Nigeria.
According to NAN, the newly appointed judges are Iyabo Akinkugbe, Serifat Sonaike, Abdulfattah Lawal and Abisoye Bashua.
They would be sworn in on November 21.
With the new appointments, the Lagos state judiciary now has 54 judges.