Nigeria plans dedicated corruption courts

21 September 2017

The Chief Justice of Nigeria has revealed plans to create special corruption courts to speed up the current slow judicial process.

Speaking at the opening of the 2017-18 legal year, Justice Walter Onnoghen said the Nigerian Supreme Court had considered 1,362 cases in the 2016-17 legal year and only 243 judgments had been delivered.

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