CLEMENT CHUKWUEMEKA LAUDS EKET BAR ON LAW WEEK
2022 LAW WEEK: CLEMENT UGO CHUKWUEMEKA, A CLEARED CANDIDATE FOR THE OFFICE OF 2ND VICE PRESIDENT IN JULY 16, 2022 NBA NATIONAL ELECTION, FELICITATES WITH EKET BAR
A frontline bar leader and cleared candidate for the position of 2nd National Vice President in the forthcoming NBA general elections, Clement Ugo Chukwuemeka, Esq has felicitated with the leadership and members of the Eket Branch of the Nigerian Bar Association on the occasion of her 2022 Law Week.
Mr. Clement Ugo Chukwuemeka is greatly delighted to reckon with the monumental achievements of the Gloria Etim led Eket Bar Branch that has continued to be a shining star in the legal circles.
Clement Chukwuemeka notes with exhilaration that the theme of the 2022 Law Week “NIGERIAN STATE AND THE CRISIS OF GOVERNANCE: WHAT HOPE FOR 2023 AND BEYOND” is properly etched and adequately timely, considering the electioneering at hand and the need to advance competent leadership for the nation at all levels.
I urge the leadership of the branch to translate the theme of the law week towards NBA election hence the need for branches to eschew dignity and leadership, not to arrogantly and disgraceful adopting two candidates of same position with a primary aim of extorting money. Branches of NBA must look beyond 2022 – 2024 and elect competent and selfless leaders that will serve and not those that will want to recover their expenses before serving us .
Wishing the branch a blissful law week.
Mr. Chukwuemeka wishes the Eket Bar a fruitful week of inspiring activities that will leave indelible marks on the hearts of participants.
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