Adekunle Jimoh, Ilorin
Kwara State Authorities will from Wednesday this week start the trial of violators of the state lockdown order occasioned by COVID-19.
Accordingly, Chief Choose of the state Justice Sulyman Kawu has designated Justice of the Peace courts within the state to listen to the instances.
In a press release, Chief Registrar of the state Excessive Court docket, Serifat Olanipekun stated: “Following the signing of the Kwara state Infectious Illnesses (Emergency Prevention) Laws 2020 and the issuance of restrictions of each human and vehicular actions order of Governor AbdulRaman AbdulRazaq, for cover of the lives of the citizenry towards the ravaging coronavirus pandemic, Justice Kawu, with the intention to guarantee compliance with the stated order, has designated Justice of the Peace courts within the state to listen to and decide breaches of the regulation and different extant legal guidelines associated thereto.
“For the data of related stakeholders and members of the general public, admittance of offenders/defendants, authorized practitioners, prosecutors and others into the courtrooms shall be strictly on case by case foundation and solely after they’ve been subjected to temperature checks, hand washing and different sanitary measures put in place on the courtroom premises.
“As well as, sitting preparations within the courtrooms shall be in strict compliance with social distancing pointers issued by the related our bodies.”
The chief decide urged members of the general public to strictly adjust to the restrictions order of the federal government by staying at house and keep away from gathering in crowds for the safety of one and all.