As parts of her efforts at reforming the judiciary in oyo state, the Chief judge, Justice iyabo Yerima has inaugurated two chief magistrate courts in Okeho and Ilero in Kajola local government of the state.
Declaring the courts opened for use, Justice yerima noted that the befitting structure would ensure prompt and easy access to Justice for members of the communities.
Justice Yerima also stated that she would continue to strive hard until the judiciary is restored to its past glory.
In a remark, the Onjo of Okeho Oba Osuolale Mustapha while expressing his joy at seeing the commitment of residents in putting up the structure appealed to the chief judge to site a high court in the community.
Oba adeitan also maintained that with the inauguration of the chief magistrate court,crime and criminality would be curbed in the community.
On his part, the Elero Of Ilero, oba Wasiu Saka commended the state government for bringing the dividends of democracy to their doorstep.
Oba Saka particularly expressed joy that the Era of traveling as far as ibadan to honour court cases was over with the inauguration of the chief magistrate court in his community.
The Onjo Of Okeho and the Elero Of Ilero appealed to the state governor, Engineer Seyi Makinde to rehabilitate the existing roads and also construct new ones for the state to tap the agricultural potentials of the communities.