By Vivian Okejeme, Abuja
The National Judicial Institute (NJI) has concluded plans to train the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Tanko Muhammad and and over 70 other judges across the country on an e-Worksop on secured transactions in movable assets and credit reporting reforms in Nigeria.
The Governor of Central Bank(CBN) Mr. Godwin Emefiele and the Administrator of the National Judicial Institute, NJI, Justice Roseline Bozimo, will also be in attendance at the workshop.
The workshop which is being sponsored by the CBN, the World Bank Group/ IFC and UK Aid, is Theme: The Role of the Judiciary in Ensuring the Effectiveness of the Secured Transaction in Movable Assets and Credit Reporting Act 2017.
According to the organiser, over 70 judicial officers from the Supreme Court, Court of Appeal, Federal High Court and Chief Judges of some states as well as Judges from each state of the Federation are attending the workshop which will take place between October 27 and 28, 2020 in Abuja.
The Director, Development Finance of the CBN, Mr. Philip Yila Yusuf and Chief. Osa Amadasun, Registrar, National Collateral Registry will also be in attendance.
Resource persons at the workshop include Mr. Osaro Eghobamien SAN, Kofo-Abdulsalam Alada, Director of Legal Services of the CBN, Augustine Edet Esq., of the Pan African University, Ubong Awah, World Bank/IFC Senior Credit Infrastructure Specialist and Niyi Ayoola-Daniels, Principal Partner, Juris Law Office.