President Adama Barrow, at the swearing-in ceremony for the three newly appointed Superior Court Judges, praised the leadership of Chief Justice, Hassan B Jallow, for what he referred to as “significant achievements” in the administration of justice in the Gambia.
“It is fitting to observe that, under the leadership of the Honourable Chief Justice, Hassan B. Jallow, the Judiciary has recorded significant achievements with regard to the administration of justice in the country and enhancing access to justice for all Gambian citizens and residents of the country,” President Barrow said.
He said his government will continue to support the Judicial Sector to realize the objectives expressed in the Strategic Plan, 2021-2025.
“From a broader point of view, the Government will continue to support the Judicial Sector for the realisation of the objectives expressed in their Strategic Plan, 2021-2025. My government is currently working on a Bill to improve the conditions of service for the Judiciary and make the Sector a model within the region,” the president said at State House on Thursday.
President Barrow made these remarks at State House on Thursday, during the swearing-in ceremony of the newly appointed Judges.