DAUDU BACKS OKEY OHAGBA TO WIN NBA GEN SEC RACE
The political fortunes of Port Harcourt-based Bar-man and candidate for the post of Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) General Secretary, Mr. Okey Ohagba brightened at the weekend following his endorsement by Mr. Paul Babatunde Daudu, scion of former NBA President, Mr. Joseph Daudu SAN. The erstwhile NBA helmsman is recognised as a major power broker in NBA politics.
Congratulating Ohagba on his listing by the Electoral Committee of the NBA (ECNBA) as a candidate in the forthcoming polls, the younger Daudu vouched for his “ability to deliver excellence and impactful leadership,” adding that his “passion for positive and innovative change” puts him ahead “as the true breath of fresh air the Bar needs now.”
The full text of the statement is below:
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR OWN OKEY LEO OHAGBA ON HIS FINAL CLEARANCE FOR THE OFFICE OF NBA GENERAL SECRETARY 2020 – TEAM OKEY IS OK.
We believe in your ability to deliver excellence and impactful leadership as NBA General Secretary. Your passion for positive and innovative Change puts you ahead as the true breath of fresh air the Bar needs now.
May we reassure you of our unflinching support, prayers, encouragement and implacable commitment at sustaining your enviable pace as the leading candidate for the office of NBA General Secretary until we achieve the desired victory at the polls come 29th/30th July. You’ve always got our back.
We thank all teammates, friends and supporters of Okey Ohagba and urge you to brace for the last lap. Together, and by the special grace of God, we shall build #InnovativeSecretariat #InnovativeBar
CONGRATULATIONS OKEY !
Paul Babatunde Daudu, Esq.
FOR: TEAM OKEY IS OK NIGERIA
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