Mohammed, who said he was always ready to go by the judiciary’s tradition, which, he said, was predicated on justice and equity, noted that the judiciary was the last hope of the common man.
“The judiciary is the last hope of the common man and it is not only the common man, it is the last hope of Bala Mohammed, because I have derived succour and solace in the judiciary.
“I am always ready to go by their tradition, because it is predicated on justice and equity.
Mohammed commended the harmonious relationship between the legislative, executive and judiciary.
”I call on the judges to ensure that verdicts are quickly made in criminal cases in order to enhance the issues of reward and punishment in the state,” he said
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the tenure of Alhaji Dahiru Ningi, the out-gone chief judge of the sharia court, ended on April 6. (NAN)