The Electoral Committee of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Port Harcourt Branch has published the manifestos and curriculum vitae of gladiators for the forthcoming branch elections scheduled for June 27, 2024.

Also unveiled by the committee are the campaign flyers of the candidates already cleared for the election.

Among those whose manifestos have been unveiled is the pioneer female branch secretary Cordelia Eke who is aspiring to make history as also the pioneer female chairman of the highly influential branch.

Others to slug it out with Eke, who is viewed as a leading candidate, are Geoffrey Joseph and Felicia Nwoke.

Among the list of candidates whose manifestos were published are Ezechimenum Adums, Chijioke Amadi, Modupe Babalola, Elijah Briggs, Kelechi Chinule, Mary Samuel and Cordelia Eke. Others are Cleopas Esu, Atonye Ezekiel-Hart, Francis Ibekwe-Allagoa, Emmanuel John, Geoffrey Joseph, Nnenda Kejeh, Felicia Nwoke, Obumneme Nwoye and David Onyema.

While Amadi and John are to slug it out for the position of Vice Chairman, Briggs and Nwoye will duel for the influential position of Branch Secretary.

The race for Assistant Secretary is between Esu and Ibekwe-Allagoa while Babalola and Ezekiel-Hart will battle for the position of Financial Secretary.

Candidates who are going into the election as unopposed include Chinule (Publicity Secretary), Onyema (Welfare Secretary), Kejeh (Treasurer), Mary Dikibo (Social Secretary) and Adums (Provost).

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