Bozimo Tasks Judiciary Workers On Enhanced Performance
“Your capacity to provide the required services to court cannot be over-emphasised, because your proficiency and propriety determine the first impression and inspire confidence in every court user that approaches the court for remedy, Bozimo noted.
The former Administrator of the National Judicial Institute (NJI), Justice Rosaline Bozimo, has reiterated the need for enhanced performance by Judiciary workers in the country, in order to remain relevant and effective in the ever-improving world of Judiciary.
Bozimo stated this while delivering a welcome address at the opening ceremony of a virtual National workshop for Registrars, Court Clerks and Bailiffs held in Abuja.
The theme of the workshop was: ‘Enhancing Staff Performance For Effective Justice Delivery’.
The workshop, according to Bozimo, would not only afford them the opportunity to get equipped with necessary tools needed to overcome challenges, she added that it would abreast them with current developments in the discharge of their duties.
“The process of producing, transmitting and retrieving records of proceedings and communication as ordered by the court, will not be possible without your input.
“Your capacity to provide the required services to court cannot be over-emphasised, because your proficiency and propriety determine the first impression and inspire confidence in every court user that approaches the court for remedy”, Bozimo noted.
In a keynote address, the Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Hon. Justice Ibrahim Tanko Muhammad, observed that considering the roles being played by the category of staff, efforts should be made to empower them adequately to be able to deliver.
“As Court Registrars, Process Clerks and Bailiffs, you should understand the core functions of your office, and be acquainted with global best practices for optimum performance.”