Kogi State House of Assembly Service Commission mourns late Ajana, describes him as an incorruptible Judge.
The Kogi State House of Assembly Service Commission has commiserated with the State Government, family and people of the State over the death of the Chief Judge of the State, Justice Nasiru Ajanah.
In a statement by the Chairman, of the Commission, Alhaji Abdulmalik Andas and the Secretary, Comrade Yemisi Olorunmaiye, on behalf of the Members of the Commission, said that the death of the State Chief Judge was received with a rude shock.
According to them, his demise is an irreparable loss to Kogi State, Judiciary and the Country as a whole, describing him as one of the most prized Chief Judged the state has ever produced
Alhaji Andas said that Kogi State has lost a brave, just, honest and incorruptible Judge, adding that throughout his career in the Bar, he symbolized Justice in every sense of the word and was a good man through and through.
While commiserating with the Government and people of the state, as well as his family, the Chairman of the Commission enjoined everyone to take solace in the fact that the late Chief Judge lived an exemplary life of honor and dignity worthy of emulation.
The Chairman urged the immediate family to be consoled by the fact that thier father lived behind worthy legacies which posterity would remember him for.
He prayed Allah to grant the soul of the late Chief Justice of the State, Nasiru Ajanah eternal rest, the family and people of the state the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss.