The arrow-heads of the eagerly awaited Nigerian Bar Association Section on Public Interest and Development Law (NBA-SPIDEL) Annual Conference have extended invitations to prospective delegates to attend the forthcoming conference.
In separate colourful video skits, NBA-SPIDEL Chairman, Prof. Paul Ananaba SAN; former NBA 1st Vice President and Conference Planning Committee Chairman, Mr. Monday Onyekachi Ubani as well as Alternate Chairman of the Local Organising Committee (LOC) and NBA Ibadan Chairman, Mr. Olayinka Esan all assured delegates that the conference promises to be intellectually rewarding aside from several sideline fun activities.
This year’s annual conference is scheduled to hold in the ancient city of Ibadan between May 23 and 26, 2021. The theme of the conference is “The role of public interest in governance in Nigeria.” CITY LAWYER gathered that while a Welcome Cocktail will be hosted by the Chief Judge of Oyo State, Justice Munta Abimbola on May 23, the technical sessions will hold on May 24 and 25 alongside fully sponsored lunches for delegates by Prince Lateef Fagbemi SAN and Chief Niyi Akintola SAN. A reception is also to be hosted by Chief Bolaji Ayorinde SAN while Mr. Oladipo Olasope SAN is anchoring yet another luncheon for delegates alongside a planned picnic.
Leading human rights activists and influential state actors among others have all confirmed attendance at the annual conference. To register, click on https://nbaspidel.ng/nba-spidel-conference/ or call 0806-956-6120.
Below are the video skits.
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