GOV ORJI COMMISSIONS HIGH COURT COMPLEX
Abia State Governor Theodore Orji has commissioned the High Court Complex built by the administration to provide adequate office accommodation for the judiciary.
The two buildings located at Aba ,the commercial city and Umuahia were completed within two years and aimed to lay solid foundation for good governance and bridge the gap in infrastructural development.
The Governor while Commissioning the court premises said that the onus of governance is to provide enabling environment for institutions that support democracy to thrive.
He expressed delight that the legacy projects embarked by the administration has yielded a positive impact and also explained that this would enable the incoming government to focus on other important aspects of state.
According to the State Chief Judge, Justice Theresa Uzokwe, the complexes will help in quick dispensation of justice and de-congestion of cases thereby drawing attention of the governor to the need for court halls and other facilities in other judicial divisions and magisterial districts outside Umuahia and Aba.
These infrastructural projects put in place by the state government would support urban development and provide more facilities to speed up justice .