A new Chief Registrar of Nigeria’s Apex Court has been named. She is Hajo Sarki-Bello and appointed as the new Chief Registrar of the Supreme Court following the expected retirement of the incumbent by this weekend. The new Chief Registrar’s appointment has just been ratified by the Nigeria’s Federal Judicial Service Commission.
She is to replace Hajia Hadiza Uwani Mustapha whose tenure in office will end on Sunday, July 8, 2021.
Hajo Sarki Bello, the Deputy Chief Registrar I, hails from Paiko, Paikoro LGA of Niger State. She attended Federal Government College, Idoani, Ondo State (SSCE), University of Sokoto, Sokoto State (LL.B Hons), Nigerian Law School, Victoria Island (B.L.) and the Nigerian Institute of Advance Legal Studies, Lagos (Legal Drafting). Masters of International Affairs and Diplomacy, from ABU Zaria.
Her previous professional appointments/positions held include: Counsel In Chamber, Messrs Oluyede, Onwuagbu & Co., Marina, Lagos.Legal Officer, Victory Merchant Bank Limited, Victoria Island, Lagos Counsel In Chamber and Summit Chambers, Minna, Niger State.
She was employed as a Senior Registrar in the Supreme Court of Nigeria in 1996 and promoted as Acting Deputy Chief Registrar in 2001, and became a Deputy Chief Registrar I in 2006.
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