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Imo Chief Judge relocates High Court to Owerri over insecurity

The acting Chief Judge of Imo State, Justice Ijeoma Oguguo has relocated the Etiti High Court in Ihite-Uboma council area to Owerri High Court premises.

The relocation which was confirmed in a memo signed on her behalf by the Chief Registrar C. N. Okereke, came after some angry youths from Ihite-Uboma attacked the Etiti High Court and set it ablaze while protesting the alleged killing of two siblings by police officers.

Oguguo stated that the decision was taken to ensure safety of judicial workers and is temporal. 

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