Anambra Justice Ministry set to review state’s out-dated laws

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AWKA -Mr Chude Anali, Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice in Anambra, says the has commenced plans to review and update all out-dated laws of the state.

Anali disclosed this in Awka Monday while outlining the achievements of the ministry in one year of the Gov. Willie ’s administration.

The commissioner told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) that laws in the state were last revised   in 1991.
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He said that the ministry had drafted eight Memoranda of  Understanding and had prepared 20 agreements and 11 bills geared toward  the realisation of the vision  of the governor.

The attorney-general lauded the governor for approving the of some law officers in specialised legal areas  at the Nigeria Institute of Advance Legal Studies in Lagos.

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According to him, the gesture will ensure continuous legal training for lawyers.

He, however, appealed to the governor to equip the law libraries books as well as amenities and furniture in the ministry’s out-stations. (NAN)