EX SUPREME COURT CHIEF REGISTRAR HONOURED BY ZULUM, GADZAMA, OTHERS
Dignitaries from all walks of life gathered at the International Conference Center, Abuja to celebrate the immediate past Chief Registrar of the Supreme Court, Hajiya Hadizatu Uwani Mustapha, during the unveiling of her biography titled “Hajiya Hadizatu U. Mustapha: From Headgirl to Supreme Court”.
Among those who attended the event were the Governor of Borno State, Prof. Babagana Umara Zulum (represented by the State Deputy Governor); the Attorney-General of Ekiti State, Mr. Wale Fapohunda SAN; former Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki; Senator Kashim Shettima; Hon. Justice Tijjani JSC; Chief Joe-Kyari Gadzama, SAN; Mr. Damian Dodo, SAN; Hajiya Aisha el-Rufai; Hon. Ahmadu Usman Jaha, and Hon. Asabe Vilita.
Speaking at the occasion, Gadzama who is the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the University of Maiduguri Alumni Association, said that “Hajiya Hadizatu has rightly been described as a worthy daughter of Borno State and we wish her the best in her future endeavours.” He launched the books on behalf of himself and the association and extolled the virtues of the celebrant with great delight. An indigene of Borno State, Hadiza is an alumna of the prestigious University of Maiduguri.
Meanwhile, the chief unveiler, Sen. Kashim Shettima, while inviting Gadzama to launch some copies of the book, commended him for his humility and contributions. He noted Gadzama was the first Senior Advocate of Nigeria from Borno State and from the North Eastern Nigeria.
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