In a circular dated the 2nd day of July 2018 obtained by Courtroom MAIL, the Chief Judge of the Federal High Court transferred and posted some Judges of the Federal High Courts to different divisions. The Nine New Judges were posted too.
Justice Obiora Egwatu was assigned to the Kaduna divison, Justice Sa’adatu Ibrahim Mark was posted to Kano while Justice Mobolaji Olajuwon and Justice Aminu Aliyu were posted to MARKURDI and Minna respectively. Justice Tijani Ringim will be presiding in Owerri while Nkeonye Maha will be in Abuja.
Hon Justice S.B Onu will be presiding at the Kebbi Division.
The Chief Judge, A.A Kafarati, Justice J.T Tsoho,Justice Nyako, Justice A.R Mohammed, Justice I.L Ojukwu, Justice B.O Quadri, Justice Nnamdi Dimgba and Justice Chikere will remain in Abuja.Justice I.E Ekwo and Justice F.O Giwa-Ogunbanjo will join Abuja from Calabar and Portharcourt Division respectively.
Justice CMA Olatoregun-Ishola, Justice I.N Buba,Justice B.O Kuewunmi, Justice R.M Aikawa, Justice O.O Oguntoyinbo,Justice C.A Obiozor and Justice H.M Sule will remain in Lagos.
Justice Isa Adama Dashen will remain in Yobe, Justice Ibrahim Watila will remain in Abeokuta While Justice Taiwo o Taiwo will remain in Ado Ekiti.
Justice Evelyn Anyadike will maintain her division in Umuahia .Justice Uche Nma Agomoh will remain in Ekiti while Justice Musa Kurya will also maintain his division in Jos.
The Uyo division will retain Justice Fatun Riman while Justice D.U Okrowo will remain in Lokoja.
Courtroom Mail reports that,Justice C.J Aneke will return to Lagos from Makurdi ,Justice Y.S Bogoro will move to Lafia from Minna and Justice Pheobe Ayua will move to Abakaliki to Lokoja.
Justice B.G Ashigar will move from Katsina to Ilorin while Salihu J will move from Maiduguri to Owerri.
The Judges transferred are expected to resume on the 17th September 2018.