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Daudu emerges NBA President

Reacting to his victory, the highly elated Daudu who becomes the 25th president of the association in its 51 years history, said he will work…

Reacting to his victory, the highly elated Daudu who becomes the 25th president of the association in its 51 years history, said he will work assiduously to reposition the NBA through his programmes already articulated in his manifesto which includes reviving the criminal justice system in Nigeria, mass computer literacy for lawyers and an upward review of remuneration for lawyers in conveyancing and legal documentation.

The outcome of the elections which was announced by the chairman of the Electoral Committee, Mr Obi Okwusiogu, SAN, also includes results of other national executive officers. Blessing Ukiri emerged the new First Vice President; Akingboro Olumuyiwa became the General Secretary while Philip Obegolu clinched the Publicity Secretary.  About 1,500 accredited delegates from the national branches voted in a secret ballot system.

Daudu was born in 1958 in Ibadan and hails from Ogori-Magongo in Kogi. He obtained an LL.B in law from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria in 1978 and was called to the bar in 1980. He became a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) in 1995. Daudu was branch chairman of the NBA, Zaria, between 1983 and 1991, and Acting Chairman of the Kaduna branch between 1992 and 1993. He was, concurrently, a member of the Body of Benchers and a member of the Privileges Committee of the NBA from 2003 to 2004 respectively. He will pilot the affairs of the association for the next two years.


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