Chief JudgeHON. JUSTICE KAZEEM OLANREWAJU ALOGBA
Honourable Justice Kazeem O. Alogba has been sworn-in as the 17th Chief Judge of Lagos State
In accordance with Section 271 (1) and (4) of the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (As amended), His Excellency Mr. Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu,Governor of Lagos State swore-in Honourable Justice Kazeem O. Alogba as the 17th Chief Judge of Lagos State with effect from Wednesday 21st August 2019 following the recommendation of the National Judicial Council (NJC) and subsequent confirmation of the State House of Assembly.
Chief RegistrarMrs Olubusola Adeyemi Okunuga
Mrs Olubusola Adeyemi Okunuga graduated from Ogun State University, Ago Iwoye in 1987 and was called to the Nigerian Bar in 1989.
Before her appointment as a Magistrate in 1995, she worked in two law firms between 1988 and 1993 and on 1st June 1990, was appointed as a Legal Officer 1by the Lagos State Local Government Commission.
She rose through the ranks in the Magistracy from 1995 to date.
She served in various capacities in administration before her appointment as Chief Registrar on 18th May, 2020.
She was Deputy Chief Registrar (Legal) from 2014 to 2020 and Deputy Chief Registrar (Admin) briefly from January to May 2020
Heads of Department
Mrs Taiwo Deborah Akanni Ikeja Division
- University of Ibadan (LLB)
- University of Lagos (LLM)
OLUMUYIWA O. MARTINS, CHIEF MAGISTRATE 1 Lagos Division
Mrs Olumuyiwa Martins is a Graduate of the University of Buckingham, Buckingham, U.K where she obtained a BA(HONS) in Politics, Economics and Law as her first Degree in 1986 and an LL.B(HONS) in 1988 as her second Degree.
Probate Registry Staff
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