Youth group felicitates Bayelsa Chief Judge, says appointment is well-deserved

Yenagoa—The Brass Local Government Federated Youth Council (BALGA-FYC) has felicitated Hon. Justice (Mrs) Matilda Abrakasa Ayemieye on her recent appointment and swearing-in as the substantive Chief Judge of Bayelsa State.

The youth body in a congratulatory message signed by its president, Ayebatonbara Telimoye Stephen-Gow, Secretary, Aaron Ayebakuro Wisdom and Assistant Secretary, Azibato T. Marcus hailed Justice Ayemieye for her ethics and contributions to the country’s judiciary.

The body stated that after years of hard work, commitment, exemplary character, leadership and competence, the appointment is well-deserved.

The council further expressed their confidence in Justice Ayemieye to turn around the fortunes of the judiciary for good, adding that she will bring her wealth of experience to bear in restoring the glory of the judiciary.

The message reads, “Your Lordship, this elevation is a well-deserved promotion that comes after decades of hard work, diligence, patriotism, excellent reputation, exemplary character, leadership, forthrightness, and competence in performing judicial duties.

“Your Lordship, your zeal for judicial philosophy, commitment to the rule of law, independence, and credibility has made a positive national impact on the justice system.

“You have also made an extraordinary improvement to the administration of justice by your well-thought judgments along with your open-mindedness, firmness, and humility, a high standard of ethical conduct that stands out among peers.

“Therefore, Your Lordship we have no doubt that you will turn around the fortunes of the judiciary for good by bringing your wealth of experience to bear in restoring the glory of the judiciary.

“On behalf of the vibrant youths and good people of Brass Local Government Federated Youth Council, we celebrate a noble daughter of the soil and pray to God to grant you the needed enablement to succeed in your new office.”

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