Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, SAN has received and acted on 13,772 mails received from Thursday, January 2, to Friday, December 18.
This was made known by his Special Assistant on Media and Public Relations, Dr. Umar Jibrilu Gwandu, in a statement issued to newsmen yesterday.
The breakdown shows that the minister received and treated a total of 4,679 emails from government agencies, while 5,281 mails were received from law firms as 756 civil society organizations sent in their letters while the remaining 3,056 were received from individuals.
The statement said Malami received 2,024 letters in January, 1,390 in February, and 1,398 in the month of March, but due to COVID-19 lockdown only 12 mails were received in the month of April.
He said in the month of May, Malami received 563 emails, while 1,136 mails were received in June, and on July 1,124 were received.
1,171 mails were received and treated in the month of August, just as 1,633 letters were received and treated in September.
There were 1,120 letters received in October and 1,471 emails were received and treated in November and as of Friday, December 18, 730 emails were received.
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