Glenna Thompson takes oath of office as Justice of Supreme Court

By State House Communication Unit

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Ms. Glenna Thompson was sworn in this afternoon, Tuesday 18th July 2017 as a justice of the Supreme Court of Sierra Leone. 

Her appointment came following the vacancy created by the appointment of Justice Patrick Hamilton, a member of the Supreme Court, as Chairman of the Political Parties Registration Commission (PPRC).

Glenna Thompson took her judicial oath at State House in the presence of President Dr Ernest Bai Koroma, the Chief Justice Abdulai Charm, the Atttoney General and Minister of Justice Joseph Fitzgerald Kamara, the Secretary to the President Emmanuel Osho Coker, Justice Nicholas Browne-Marke, members of the Bar Association, family members and friends.

Administering the oath, President Koroma congratulated Ms. Thompson for having gone through the process. Owing to her background and experience acquired over the years, the president expressed conviction that Justice Thompson would diligently and faithfully execute her duties in the interest of the nation.

Thanking the president for her appointment, Miss Thompson promised to live up to expectation, assuring that she would not misplace the confidence reposed in her.


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