Ogun State Chief Judge, Justice Tokunbo Olopade, has released 38 prisoners from different prisons across the three senatorial districts of the state, as part of her prerogative of power and constitutional responsibility.
Discharging her duty during a quarterly visit to the prisons, she said the move became imperative in order to ensure the prisons were decongested.
In an interview with Channels Television
, Mrs Olopade said the state government was working hard to ensure quick dispensation of justice and the welfare of the inmates.
The Chief Judge also stated that the state government was considering the computerisation of the justice system as soon as the needed funds were available.
She asked those released to be of good behavior, as they reunite with their family members and the society in general.
It is however, believed that effort would be intensified and sustained to fast track dispensation of justice, so as to ensure justice is being done with utmost fairness
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