By Ayodele Popoola
The Ondo State Chief Judge, Justice Ayedun Olusegun Odusola yesterday sworn-in Mrs. Victoria Bob-Manuel as the new Chief Registrar for the State High Court.
The event had in attendance, the State Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Sir Charles Titiloye and other members of the State Judiciary Commission
Performing the swearing-in, Justice Odusola said Bob-Manuel perfectly met the qualities needed for the position not only because she is the most senior Chief Deputy Registrar in the State, but because of her diligence in discharging her adjudicatory and administrative duties.
The Attorney General of the State, while speaking , said the appointment of the new Chief Registrar was due when the former CR was elevated as an High Court Judge.
In her vote of thanks, Mrs Bob-Manuel thanked God and also the Judicial Service Commission for finding her worthy of the new appointment and pledged to support the Chief Judge in his effort to improve staff welfare and reposition the State Judiciary.
Mrs. Bob-Manuel joined Ondo State Judiciary in 1999 as a Chief Magistrate ll after serving at the State Ministry of Justices.
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