The Civil Law Court honors associate judge Kaba as “Greatness of justice and humanity”



Judge Dunbar (right) presents the Certificate of Appreciation to Associate Judge Yousif D. Kaba (left)

Brewerville, Montserrado County – Over the weekend, staff from the Monrovia Temple of Justice Civil Law Court honored newly appointed Associate Judge Yousif D. Kaba as “Legend of the Court and the Greatness of Justice and of humanity “.

The Associate Judge was honored on Saturday May 18, 2019 in Brewerville, Montserrado County.

Associate Judge Yousif D. Kaba was also clothed, slashed and certified in the program by civil law court staff.

Associate Judge Yousif Kaba replaces former Associate Judge Kabineh Mohammed Jan’eh.

During the presentation of the award, Deputy Registrar of Criminal Court “A”, Victor G. Gailor, said that the award was a recognition of his exceptional dedication and commitment to the service of the Civil Law Court as a judge of resident circuit from 2009 to 2019.

“Do you know what it means to work from 2009 to 2019 without fail? Without criticism? But only recognition, only praise? Madame Emma Washington said during the incarceration of the associate judge.

Ms. Washington also urged Judge Kaba to continue his service to the legal profession and the country’s judicial system, noting that “Do not slack off, what is done for Christ, what is done for Allah is done for the world. . You will always be praised and watched.

Also speaking during the presentation of the Certificate of Appreciation, Civil Law Court Judge Scheaplor R. Dunbar said that the Certificate of Appreciation is also in recognition of Judge Kaba’s dedicated service to the work of the Court of civil law in recent years as a resident circuit judge.

“We present this Certificate of Appreciation and we believe that your ascendancy in the High Court has brought us joy and we believe that you will not forget us,” Justice Dunbar said.

For his part, Associate Judge Kaba thanked the staff for the high honors bestowed upon him, stating “I will remember this forever”.

He also added that although he has left the court, his relationship with the court continues.

“One thing I won’t let go of is the spirit of the tribunal. The spirit that has developed together, I will never leave this spirit, ”he said.

The associate judge was appointed by President George M. Weah to fill the vacancy created in the Supreme Court by the impeachment of former associate judge Kabineh M. Ja’neh.


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