‘THERE IS NEED TO COMPILE WELFARE NEEDS OF LAWYERS,’ SAYS MAXIMUS UGWUOKE
“THERE IS NEED TO CURATE THE WELFARE NEEDS OF LAWYERS ACROSS THE 125 BRANCHES OF NBA”- MAXIMUS UGWUOKE , AS HE FELICITATES WITH NBA PORTHARCOURT, NSUKKA, ABAKILIKI, OKIGWE, OJI RIVER, OBOLLO AFOR, GWAGWALADA AND OTHERS
Ikechukwu Maximus Ugwuoke frontline candidate for National Welfare Secretary position of the NBA has advocated the need to curate the welfare needs of members of the NBA across the 125 branches of the bar. He made the observation in his felicitation to the various branches of NBA that held their monthly meeting last week, namely, NBA Portharcourt, Nsukka, Oji River, Okigwe, Abakiliki, Ahoada, Gwagwalada and Anaocha Branches of the bar.
According to him “I have observed in the course of my visit to various branches of the NBA across the country that the welfare needs of members of the NBA vary from one branch to another even though some of the needs are central to all the branches of the bar. For the welfare needs of Lawyers in Nigeria to be adequately addressed, there is need to curate these needs from one branch to another taking into account the peculiarities of the welfare need of each branch . Given the opportunity to serve the bar as the National Welfare Secretary curating the welfare needs of the 125 branches of the NBA is the way to go. This will be achieved through a publicized email address where this welfare needs will be complied, analyzed and made available to the President of NBA to enable him have adequate data required for his effective and efficient decision making around the welfare of lawyers. This is top notch in my Maximum Welfare vision for the bar.
The issues discussed by the members of the bar during their monthly meetings that held simultaneously in various branches of the bar last week, some of which I participated, underscore this point. I really commend the members of the following branches of the bar that held their monthly meeting last week and the branch leaders for the capacity they have demonstrated in providing leadership to the bar; the NBA Portharcourt Branch led by Nyekwere, Nsukka bar led by Ugo Fed Ukwueze, Oji River Bar led by Seth Nwokolo, Okigwe bar led by Ndeme Romi, Abakiliki Bar led by Ogbonnaya Okorie, Ahoada Bar led by Alili Kipe Morris and the Gwagwalada and Anaocha Branches of the bar.
I pray that God shall endow them with greater wisdom to continue to pilot the affairs of their branches especially at this critical period when many of them are in their transition process.”
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