Home Local News CHIEF JUSTICE OF NIGERIA SAYS JUDICIARY OPEN TO INITIATIVES IN HANDLING CASES.

CHIEF JUSTICE OF NIGERIA SAYS JUDICIARY OPEN TO INITIATIVES IN HANDLING CASES.

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The Judiciary is open to initiatives aimed at improving and strengthening the capacity of its officers in the handling of cases on emerging crime trends in the country.

Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Tanko Muhammad, said this when he hosted a United States delegation led by Ambassador to Nigeria, Mary Leonard.

Some of those emerging crimes, he stated include cybercrime, cross-jurisdictional infringement of Intellectual property rights, and cases related to cybersecurity and espionage.

He added that judges in the country require training on block technology and online dispute resolution.

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