Browsing: Nigeria Bar Association

Given what I know, and especially His Excellency, Governor Udom Emmanuel’s determination to reconstruct the economy of Akwa Ibom State beyond crude oil, I can assure you that the state’s future is bright. But to benefit, you must be deliberate in reskilling yourselves, including a determination to explore beyond our shores. Do not let anyone tell you that you cannot soar and succeed

The President, in a statement by his Spokesman, Femi Adesina, in Abuja on Saturday, wished Akpata every success in the new position of leading Nigerian lawyers to chart a path of professional development and fulfillment.

A key concept in this elegant yet very intriguing brand of politics is the notion of primus inter pares, which underpins the entire parliamentary system of government wherein the British Prime Minister is the primus inter pares – first amongst other ministers who are seen as equals.

The Plaintiff, Lawyers Network Against Corruption, in conjunction with the Nigeria Bar Association, Abuja Branch are urging the Court to designate the Judiciary and Legal Practitioners as essential services personnel during the exercise of the President’s emergency powers under the Quarantine Act or any other Legislation

A legal luminary, Chief Lateef Fagbemi (SAN), has urged the Federal Government and the National Assembly to effect a constitutional change that would allow a decentralised police force to effectively address the insecurity challenges confronting the country.