Mr Fagbemi also pointed out the need for security and confidence of judicial officers during trials.
“I believe that with the right infrastructure and qualitative leadership, we can transform this nation,” he stated.
He said that the power of young people to secure the future of democracy in Nigeria can be harnessed through programmes like the LMI.
The Home Office is considering sending UK government lawyers to Rwanda to address concerns about the legal system there.
The council urged the companies to do the needful and refrain from cutting corners to augment the government’s efforts on food sufficiency in Nigeria.
“When I became traditional ruler, I gave priority attention to education and security. So, I built the first police station in the town.”
“This suspension will serve as a deterrent to anyone who wants to stand in the way of progress of Benue,” Mr Sater said.
Thousands of Nigerians would likely be affected by the new policy.
The decree issued by Mr Embalo states that a new date for fresh elections will be announced at an opportune time.
The minister said that the move would reduce the waiting period.