The Power of the Executive Branch is vested in the State Governor, who is also responsible for implementing and enforcing the laws made by the State Assembly and, to that end, appoints the heads of agencies, including the Cabinet.
The Legislative Arm of the Government at the State level is called the House of Assembly. This arm of government is primarily responsible for developing laws focused on the progress and well being of the State.
The judicial arm of government plays similar roles the world over. It is primarily concerned with facilitating quick, fair and unhindered administration of justice to all irrespective of age, background or religion in line with laid down laws.