The Kaduna state government on Wednesday launched a software management system for bringing cases to court as part of a renewed effort to ensure swift delivery of justice in the state.
Inaugurating the installation at the premises of the Kaduna Justice Ministry, Attorney General and Justice Commissioner Malama Aisha Dikko said the measure was aimed at improving the productivity of the justice system.
Dikko explained that information technology has become a part of people’s daily lives, not only because it offers easier or faster ways to manage activities, but because it makes it easier to identify areas. requiring improvement in service delivery.
She said the current administration on improving service delivery at all levels has taken bold steps in providing and strengthening services.
“The case management system was adopted for use by the ministry to improve service delivery and facilitate the categorization of cases for archival purposes.
“The ministry provided lawyers with the necessary operational skills, which was done through a series of trainings to enable them to work anytime and from anywhere.
“Lawyers have the app in their phones and computers that they can log into at any time to enter or retrieve data stress-free,” Dikko said.
The attorney general further said that the paper-based case management system has been around for a long time, but added that it is time to move forward with current trends to make things easier and faster for more. best results.
However, she urged all lawyers to adopt the system optimally in order to be successful in the judiciary.
In addition, the state’s deputy governor, Dr Hadiza Balarabe, said that with this new case management system software, there would be great achievements in the dispensation of cases.
The deputy governor said the paper-based system used before takes longer to get rid of cases, but added that now cases will be assigned to teams for a quick result.
“I see the department moving in the right direction and this will increase the morale and effectiveness of state lawyers.
Balarabe, who appreciated the management for a great job, also encouraged them to work and share their experiences as a team in order to overcome the challenges. (NOPE)