Inaugurating the committee on Wednesday in Lokoja, Ajanah said the aim was to ensure timely, effective and efficient justice administration and dispensation.
According to him, the committee is mandated to carry out a comprehensive audit of the facilities on ground.
He said that the committee was also expected to make recommendations on what would be required to complete the computerisation process which was needful.
“The need to streamline the judicial process toward ensuring timely, efficient and effective justice delivery system has now become very obvious.
“The increasing importance of the use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in facilitating that has also been acknowledged at the top echelon of the Nigerian Judiciary,” he said.
The chief judge also said that it was in view of that the Judicial Information Technology Policy was formulated for the Nigerian Judiciary in 2012.
The main focus of the policy, according to him, is to ensure that ICT is used to effectively support the functions and activities of justice administration and dispensation.
He urged the committee to work within the framework of Judicial Information Technology Policy.
The Chairman of the committee, Justice Alaba Omolaye-Ajileye, commended Ajanah’s personal interest in the computerisation project.
He said that started with his acquiring of laptop computers for High Court judges in 2009 even as an acting chief judge.
“We shall strive to meet the expectations of Your Lordship and the entire Kogi State and Nigeria as a whole.
“We shall set the pace for others to follow. By the grace of God, we shall not fail,” Omolaye-Ajileye said.
Other members of the committee include: Justice Elias Egwu; Mr R.O.B. Aina; Elizabeth Omale; Hussain Umar; Idris Ovosi and Saqeeb Saeed, as Secretary. (NAN)