The Federal High Court’s Chief Judge, Justice John Tsoho, has announced that the court’s annual vacation for 2023 will start on July 24.
In a statement made available by Dr. Catherine Oby-Christopher, the FHC’s Assistant Director of Information, in Abuja on Friday, Tsoho made this claim.
The vacation, which the CJ said would start on Monday, July 24, and end on Friday, September 25, he said.
The Chief Judge of the Federal High Court of Nigeria, Honourable Justice John Terhemba Tsoho, announces its 2023 Annual Vacation and Roster for Vacation Judges pursuant to Order 46, Rule 4(d) of the Federal High Court (Civil Procedure) Rules 2019.
“The vacation will start on July 24 and last until September 15.”
“The court will reconvene on September 18.” It stated that this was done so that the honorable judges could take a well-earned break and get ready for the rigors of the upcoming legal year.
The statement claims that as a result, only the under-listed functional courts that are closest to them will be open to the public litigants.
The vacation judges are: Hon. Justices A. R. Mohammed and O. A. Egwuatu for the Abuja division; Hon. Justices I. N. Oweibo and A. Aluko for the Lagos division; and Hon. Justices A. T. Mohammed and S. I. Mark for the Port-Harcourt division.”
“The Honorable Justice John Terhemba Tsoho, Chief Judge of the Federal High Court of Nigeria, wishes his fellow lordships a wonderful vacation in advance,” it concluded.