Mr. Ikechukwu Maximus Ugwuoke, an aspirant for the position of Welfare Secretary at the 2022 Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) Elections has congratulated the 2008 Call Set of the Nigerian Law School on their anniversary celebration.

The statement reads:


“I congratulate my learned colleagues who were called to the Nigerian Bar with me this day in May 2008 as we celebrate our 15th call to bar anniversary. That eventful journey of destiny which brought us together at the various campuses of the Nigeria Law school from our admission into the law school in 2007 to our call to the bar in May 2008, brought about the most transformation in our lives as ministers in the temple of Justice.

“In the course of my visit to the various branches of the Nigerian Bar Association across the country in the past few months, I have been opportuned to meet and interact with some of us especially those that passed through Abuja Campus of the Nigerian Law school with me.

“I am happy with the level of success and achievements we have so far recorded in our various endeavors within this one and a half decade since we dispersed. Our paths are never closed as we shall continue to meet at the top to celebrate our success and God favours upon our lives.

“May your stars continue to shine as worthy ambassadors of the 2008 call set where ever you are. May God continue to keep you, preserve you, bless you and lift you to greater heights. Bon Anniversarie. “

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