The Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) Women Forum Treasurer, Safiya Balarabe has sent a goodwill message to NBA Jalingo Branch wishing the branch success in their ongoing 2022 Annual Law Week holding between May 11-13, 2022 with the theme, “Legal Practice in a Volatile Democracy; the Nigerian Experience.”
The goodwill message reads:
GOODWILL MESSAGE BY SAFIYA BALARABE TO THE JALINGO BRANCH ON THE OCCASION OF THEIR 2022 ANNUAL LAW WEEK CELEBRATION
“The distinguished Chairman, Executive Committee and Branch Members of the Jalingo branch,
“Permit me to use this medium in conveying my highest regards to your dear branch on the occasion of your 2022 Annual Law Week themed: ‘Legal Practice in a Volatile Democracy; the Nigerian Experience’.
“We have many challenges as legal professionals, but the challenge of lack of respect and regard for the person of a law in the course of his lawful duties is perhaps one of the most disturbing! We are always inundated with bizarre news of brutalization of lawyers by security personnel and the like. We know too well that this ugly practice in engendered by the weak institutions of state leading to a very volatile democracy where might is right and opposed to the rule of law.
“To this end, it gladdens my heart that you have chosen to centre your theme on this very broad and important aspect of our legal career and I look forward to positive changes arising from discussions and recommendation from the speakers at the event.
“I wish you a successful Law Week celebration. Thank you and God bless”
Treasurer, NBA Women Forum.
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