On Monday, February 1, Chief Justices from Caribbean Countries paid courtesy visits to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo at the Presidential Villa in Abuja and Chief Justice of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Mahmud Mohammed.
The Honourable the Chief Justice of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, Mr Justice Ivor Archie is in Abuja to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for the sharing of technologies related to the development of a customized Case Management Information System (CMIS) for Trinidad and Tobago based on a recently developed Nigeria CMIS.
Trinidad and Tobago will be the test case for the development of the system in the Caribbean, which if successful would possibly result in the roll out of similar systems across the Commonwealth Caribbean.
Chief Justice Hartman Longley of Bahamas, Chief Justice Marston Gibson of Barbados, and Chief Justice Janice Pereira of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court were also in Abuja, to witness a demonstration of the Nigerian CMIS and the signing of the MOU which will take place today (at the Supreme Court of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in Abuja.
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