The Chairman of Nigeria Branch of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (UK), Chief Akingbola Akinola SAN has commended women arbitrators for their contributions to the dispute resolution industry.

In a message to mark the International Women’s Day, Akinola stated that “As Arbitrators, you play a crucial role in ensuring that women’s voices are heard and their rights are protected, both in and outside of the Hearing Room.”

Turning to the theme for this year’s celebration, “Embrace Equity,” the chartered arbitrator said: “We appreciate that there’s still room for improvement towards achieving gender equality at full par, but with your dedication and commitment, I believe we can make significant progress.”

Continuing, the respected senior lawyer wrote: “I will like to take a moment to acknowledge your various contributions towards promoting equality and justice in your work as Arbitrators.

“This year’s theme for International Women’s Day is ‘Embrace Equity,’ which serves as a reminder that we need to continue to work together to create a more just and equitable world for women everywhere.”

Akinola added: “On this day, let us celebrate the achievements of our women and reaffirm our commitment towards building a world that is fair and equitable for all.”

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