‘MY BLUEPRINT TO PROMOTE LAWYERS’ WELFARE,’ BY LIMAN SALIHU
As part of my vision if elected as 1st VP, I will assist the next President of NBA to Promote Rule of Law which is the cardinal objective of NBA, enhance capacity building programs together with continuous legal education for lawyers with emphasis on IT and related global best practices in the legal profession.
There will also be a special internship program with prestigious law firms both within Nigeria and abroad for mentoring young lawyers which will be code named “Bringing up smart lawyers or Smart lawyers project.”
I will also give special attention to welfare of lawyers to earn decent means of livelihood.
There will also be the need to resuscitate and revitalize the Human Rights Institute of NBA for greater efficiency and to achieve the objectives of NBA.
As a team player, I am best suited for the position of 1st V.P because I am ready to bring in more innovations into NBA that will impact positively on Nigerian lawyers and by implication that of the administration of the next President of NBA.
I humbly refer you to my manifesto as the details of my project are contained in it.
“Together we can make our NBA great”
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