By Archibong Jeremiah
Following the dilapidated state of infrastructure in the Cross River State judiciary, the former Federal Court of Appeal building, Moore road, now Cross River State Customary Court of Appeal is undergoing makeover.
The buildings which was raised by fire leading to the relocation of the Federal Court of Appeal to State Housing, and subsequently to her permanent site behind State Secretariat is undergoing the makeover from donation by a team of lawyers, led by the Acting Chief Judge of the High Court of Cross River State, Justice Eyo Ita.
The property which was part of those inherited by the State Government from the Colonial Masters was taken over by the State after the fire incident and allocated to the Customary Court of Appeal which is yet to commence function.
So far, sources not willing to be mentioned in print disclosed to CrossRiverWatch that, the donation is over 2 million Naira, adding that, the Acting CJ is using his allowance meant to run his office and contribution from senior lawyers to fund infrastructure projects.
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