The antifraud mechanism put in place by the Chief Judge of Kogi State, Hon.
Justice Josiah Joe Majebi, to sanitize the judiciary system in Kogi state, especially the High Court of Justice, has detected syndicate behind the issuance of fake enrolment orders.
The Chief Judge is not taking lightly the discovery that has just been made of a syndicate behind the issuance of court Enrolment Orders to the public and has directed that the culprits be investigated by the police.
Preliminary investigations show that Court Enrolment Orders were being issued without passing through the required process of formal application to the court for issuance of same by recipients.
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According to the Chief Registrar of the High Court, Jubril Oladimeji Ibrahim Esq., the crime, which may have been going on for only God knows when was detected through the meticulous effort of the Chief Judges eagleeyed detective mechanism that has been deployed within the system and the public in order to detect untoward activities relating to justice administration in the state.
He said the mechanisms have been deployed without the knowledge of the staff of the institution and the general public.
Investigations revealed that the syndicate which has been operating mainly in Lokoja, the state capital, has its tentacle spread across the state and specializes in forging and issuing documents that are supposedly issued by the court.
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