Jigjiga(SD)-Ceremony honoring international justice Day was held in Jigjiga, the capital of the Somali State of Ethiopia.
The commemoration was attended by top government officials, including President Mustapha Agjar, the officials of the Judiciary and other dignitaries.
Speaking at the ceremony, DDS President Mustafe Agjar said that there was a lot of injustice in the region before, and the region was at one time when the wealth of the people and their souls had been controlled by one person or persons, did what they wanted and they do not exist today.
Speaking about freedom, he said there are some who oppose the government but have not been harmed.
Finally, the President said there was weakness in the Local Courts and we will have to look at the service they provide to the public.
Residents in the region have been through a variety of problems with extensive damage to themselves and their property, but so far they have not been fully able to access justice.
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