Federal High Court begins Easter vacation March 31
Written by Olarotimi Oshin on March 6, 2023
The Federal High Court will, on March 31, commence its Easter vacation. The Chief Judge, Justice Tsoho, disclosed this in a statement signed by the Court Assistant Director of Information, Dr Catherine Oby-Christopher, saying the vacation would last till April 17.
According to the Chief Judge, during the vacation period, the Abuja, Lagos and Port-Harcourt judicial divisions shall remain open to the public only for cases of extreme urgency.
Tsoho said the Abuja judicial division would cater for cases from the Federal Capital Territory, North Central, North-Western and North-Eastern parts of the country with Justices Ahmed Mohammed and Donatus Okorowo presiding.
The CJ said while Justices Ringim and O Awogboro would serve as vacation judges at Lagos division, Justices A.T. Mohammed and S.I. Mark would preside at Port-Harcourt division during the holiday period.