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Malami treated 18,388 mails in 2021, says aide

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The Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice Abubakar Malami, on Saturday, said he received and treated 18,388 mails from January 3 to December 24 2021, which is one week to the new year.

His Special Assistant on Media and Public Relations, Umar Gwandu, said this in a statement issued in Abuja.

Gwandu said, “A point of interest associated with the volumes of the mails treated is the fact that in addition to the quantum, the enormity of the mails received and treated, the opinions, decisions and actions of the Office of the Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice arising from the mails have translated into major policy impact on the position of Federal Government relating to Justice sector reform, security, economy and the fight against corruption, among others, in the country.

“A breakdown showed that in the first quarter, Malami treated a total number of 1,317 from various Ministries, Departments and Agencies of Government, 1,687 mails received from law firms, 1,516 emails from private individuals while a total number of 391 emails were received from civil society organizations, making a total of 4,911 mails treated from January to March 2021.

“In the second quarter, several MDAs of government sent 1,336 mails to the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, 416 mails were received from numerous law firms, 1,652 mails from different private individuals and 268 mails from CSOs totalling 3,672 mails received from April to June.

“Within the third quarter, a total number of 5,113 mails were received 1,596 of which are from MDAs, 1,432 mails from law firms, 1,731 from private individuals and 354 mails received from CSOs from July to September.

 

“Similarly, no fewer than 4,692 mails were received in the fourth quater of the year; 1,470 treated mails were received from government agencies, 1,496 mails from law firms, 1,579 from private individuals and 147 mails from civil society

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