The Judiciary says it has a good working relationship with the legislative and executive arms of government.
Chief Justice of the federation, Justice Walter Onnoghen revealed this to state house correspondents after he had a closed door meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari.
He said the three arms of government must continue to collaborate, in order to move the country forward.
On the need for special courts to try corruption and other related cases, Justice Onnoghen said although the onus lies with the executive to do so, the judiciary is ever ready to provide the needed manpower.
He pointed out that the prosecution of suspects is now faster than it used to be in the past, as the courts now operate at a faster pace.
The Chief Justice of Nigeria was in the State House to welcome President Buhari back to the country, after attending the Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting in the UK.