SIMON NNADI, ESQ. URGES LAWYERS IN NIGERIA TO OVERWHELMINGLY ENSURE THAT ISAAC OMUTA OGBAH BECOMES THE NEXT 3RD VICE PRESIDENT OF NBA
A legal practitioner based in Kaduna state has urged lawyers to see to the project that Isaac Omuta Ogbah emerges as the 3rd Vice President of NBA come July 16, 2022.
In a message he made to the legal community, he stated as follows: “Gentlemen, I humbly welcome all of you to this project of helping our own, Isaac Omuta Ogbah, realise his selfless dream of becoming the 3rd Vice President of Nigerian Bar Association .
Isaac Omuta Ogbah is the Publisher of the Erudite Judgements of the Supreme Court (EJSC). He was the immediate past Chairman of NBA Ota Branch (The Utter Bar)”
“I knew Isaac Ogbah since 1993 in Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka where we met as students of Law Faculty. Isaac was friendly and helpful to all who knew him or needed his help. He was not tired of making himself available for any task in the interest of his classmates, hostel and school Fellowship. He is a detribalised Nigerian to the core.
I am therefore not surprised that he is successfully climbing the ladder of leadership of our great NBA today.
I testify that Isaac is a man of unquestionable character, brilliant, selfless, bridge builder, team-worker, humble, prudently generous, God-fearing and highly unassuming.
Let us join hands together and make this project happen. The cap of VP3 fits him. Let us help him to wear it.
Thank you all for your patience and understanding” .
@I humbly remain
(NBA KADUNA BRANCH)
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