The Electoral Committee of the Nigerian Bar Association (ECNBA) has given a blow-by-blow account of how the election was conducted.
The ECNBA Chairman, Mr. Ayodele Akintunde SAN at a press conference at exactly 8:23 am yesterday declared Abuja based senior lawyer and Chairman of the NBA Welfare Committee as the duly elected NBA President, even as it declared that the election was free and fair.
In his acceptance speech, Maikyau vowed to “tell truth to power,” adding that the NBA would remain a sentinel for the rule of law.
Aside from Maikyau, Linda Rose Bala was elected 1st Vice President while Mr. Clement Chukwuemeka was returned as 2nd Vice President. The post of 3rd Vice President went to AWLA President Amanda Asagba while former NBA Welfare Secretary, Mr. Adesina Adegbite won the hotly contested position of General Secretary.
The post of Treasurer was won by Craoline Anze-Bishop while Lagos lawyer Chinyere Obasi was returned as the Welfare Secretary. Former NBA Assistant Publicity Secretary, Mr. Habeeb Akorede Lawal clinched the post of Publicity Secretary while Mr. Daniel Ka-Ayii Kip won the post of Assistant General Secretary. Mr. Charles Ajiboye was elected as Assistant Publicity Secretary.
Below are details provided by the ECNBA on the conduct of the election.
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