EGBE AMOFIN O’ODUA ELECTS OLAGUNJU AS CHAIR
Former Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) General Secretary and Chairman of the Oyo State Independent Electoral Commission, Chief Isiaka Olagunju SAN has been elected as Chairman of the Governing Council of Egbe Amofin O’odua, the one-time influential lawyers’ regional bloc.
A statement made available to CITY LAWYER reads:
AARE ISIAKA OLAGUNJU SAN, TOYIN BASHORUN SAN, OSO ADETUNJI, OLAYINKA SOKOYA AND OTHERS ELECTED TO PILOT THE AFFAIRS OF EGBE AMOFIN O’ODUA.
History was made today in the city of Ibadan, Oyo State as members of Egbe Amofin converged to elect members of the Governing Council.
Aare ISIAKA OLAGUNJU SAN was elected as the Chairman, MRS. TOYIN BASHORUN SAN as Vice Chairman, Adetunji Oso Esq. as Secretary, Olayinka Sokoya as Publicity Secretary, Rotimi Olorunfemi as Treasurer, Paul Oluwaseyi Akomolafe as Welfare Secretary, Ikujuni Ademola as Asst. Secretary, Moshood Abiola as Auditor. By the Constitution of the Forum, the elected members of the executives are to serve for two years.
In his speech after they were sworn in, Aare Isiaka Olagunju past General Secretary of the NBA promised to set the ball rolling immediately. He assures members that the new leadership of Egbe will bring back eminent members of Egbe who had stayed away from the activities of Egbe Amofin O’odua to rejuvenate the forum.
He however asked that a minute silence be observed in honour of Chief Bamidele Aiku SAN for his vision and passion for Egbe Amofin O’odua before his demise.
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