The Nigerian Bar Association Section on Public Interest and Development Law (NBA-SPIDEL) will on Wednesday at 5 pm hold its Annual General Meeting as a part of the ongoing NBA Annual General Conference.

According to a statement by NBA-SPIDEL Publicity Secretary, Mr. Godfrey Echeho, the AGM will hold at Eko Atlantic City, venue of the Annual General Conference.

Meanwhile, the Section will on Wednesday at 11 am hold a Breakout Session on the “Consequences of undermining the judiciary under our democracy.”

Among the Panelists are leading human rights activists, Mr. Femi Falana SAN and Chief Mike Ozekhome SAN . Others are the Founder/Director of PRAWA, Dr. Uju Agomoh as well as the Executive Director of Access to Justice, Mr. Joseph Otteh. The Moderator for the session is NBA-SPIDEL Chairman, Dr. Monday Ubani.

The statement noted that highlights of the AGM would include presentation of reports by NBA-SPIDEL Chairman, Dr. Monday Ubani as well as the Treasurer’s Report by Ms. Funmi Adeogun.

The Annual General Meeting will also witness unveiling of the NBA-SPIDEL Branch Representatives who will drive the activities of the Section at branch level.

NBA-SPIDEL members at the Annual General Meeting will also go home with tickets “to benefit from the free Law Pavilion Package granted to all members,” the statement said.

On the other hand, the SPIDEL Breakout Session has NBA-SPIDEL Chairman, Dr. Monday Ubani, as Moderator while Panelists include leading human rights activist, Mr. Femi Falana SAN; a frontline human rights advocate, Chief Mike Ozekhome SAN; the Executive Director of Access to Justice, Mr. Joseph Otteh, and the Director/Founder of PRAWA, Dr. Uju Agomoh.

The session holds at 11 am at Atlantic City, Lagos while the Coordinators are Ogechi Ugwuegbulam and Raymond Nkannebe.

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