‘Why I Was Re-appointed as Attorney General/Minister of Justice’

Attorney General of Federation/Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, Wedneaday said his reappointment was as a result of the collective efforts the staff of the ministry gave him in his first term.

“My coming back to the ministry is through your collective effort.

“I implore you to do it again so that together we will move forward the policies and activities assigned to the ministry,” he said.

Malami reiterated his commitment to the collective welfare of the staff, charging them to be more proactive in their duties as they have a collective responsibility to work as a family.

He appreciated the entire staff for the warm welcome accorded him as he entered the ministry.

“I am overwhelmed by the reception given to me when I entered the ministry; it showed that we had a good time together in my last time,” he said.

Also speaking, the Solicitor General of Federation and Permanent Secretary of the Ministry, Dayo Apata, commended President Muhammadu Buhari for re-appointing Malami as the Attorney General of Federation and Minister of Justice.

He said Malami’s re-appointment showed that the President recognised his good work during the last four years which he definitely wanted him to come back and finish.

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